I had the wonderful privilege this week to hear Former President George W. Bush speak here in our city. I thought it to be a great speech—funny, challenging, and insightful as to what it was like to be President of the United States. He began by referencing the fact that being the President mirrored lots of activities of life in that really his job was a constant string of decisions. He pointed back to the fact that the most important decision in life came years before being the President and that was his decision to stop drinking alcohol. Had it not been for that decision, his life was on such a course that he would never have been able to be President.