When did you realize you could write a book?

I have always been a storyteller.

I’ve always loved the craft, the craft of storytelling.

I’m a story-teller, but I’m also a scientist, I’m an artist.

I have to get in there and try to figure out what’s going on in the world.

I don’t know how to explain it.

I can’t tell you how much it’s been humbling to be a part of the human race.

But now I think I can write a great book.

I just have to figure it out.

The book has to be something that people can read and think about.

So that’s how I’ve decided to put it out: I’ve got a story that will be entertaining for people, but also something that is a little bit of a read for the layman, as well as for a writer.

I think it’s a really good book for a lot of reasons, not just because it’s the ultimate in the sports books, but because it will hopefully spark some new conversations in the industry about sports, the business of sports, and maybe a little more general business in general.

And the last thing I want to do is be a distraction.

I know there’s a lot going on at ESPN and elsewhere in the media.

But at the end of the day, I just want to keep writing, I want my readers to keep reading, and I want them to be excited about what I’m doing.

I hope it gets the job done.

This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.

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