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I made the decision to come back to New York, quit my job and move to Paris
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"I made the decision to come back to New York, quit my job and move to Paris"

- Ed Bradley

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Ed Bradley's quote reflects a vibrant choice to take a danger and pursue a dream. He selected to leave the convenience and security of his task in New York and transfer to Paris, a city known for its culture and romance. His choice most likely required a lot of guts and determination, as it suggested leaving the familiar and accepting the unknown. It is a testament to his aspiration and willingness to take risks in order to pursue his dreams. His quote is an inspiring tip that in some cases we must take threats in order to achieve our objectives which the benefits can be excellent.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Ed Bradley somewhere between June 22, 1941 and today. He/she was a famous Journalist from USA. The author also have 28 other quotes.

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