Becoming A Better Leader.

The Sobering Truth.

Dr. Ryan A. Starzyk, Ryan A. Starzyk, Ryan Starzyk, Democrat, Veteran, Politics, Arizona, Arizona Politics, Democrats, AZ

Being a leader means you understand how to bring people together. It also means you have a certain level of self-control and understand how to exercise it. At the time of this writing, I was 127 days sober from alcohol. I realized that my drinking level over the summer reached a point of significant discomfort in that I was drinking too much. I didn’t endanger myself or anyone around…

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Dr. Ryan A. Starzyk

Dr. Ryan A. Starzyk

Progressive Democrat, Military Veteran, Community Leader, LGBTQIA+ Lifetime Member, Small Business Owner (he/him/his)

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