Don't Keep Score

by Aron Chang '05

"My thought simply is to continue to do the right thing and don't keep score. Do the best you can, don't ask for feedback, don't ask for an accolade, don't ask for memory because they go short. Do the best you can, do the right thing, and don't keep score. Life's a gift, do what you can while you're here." 

Don Brown '67 leads his own architecture firm in Birmingham, Alabama and is a retired Colonel in the Air Force. With a collaborative and community-based approach he shares his professional journey, life lessons, and gratitude to those near and far.

Interview is part of the on-the-road 'We the Purple' Williams College alumni conversations held during Ephs on the Mooove in July 2021. Explore more conversations. 'We the Purple' concept and flags designed and donated by Penny Brewer '76, inspired initially as part of the class of 1976's 35th reunion celebration in 2010. 

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