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Brian Cranston Returns on the Nerdist

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I rode my motorcycle from Santa Monica all the way to Chicago on route 66. It was a blast finding and following route 66. Sometimes it sometimes it doesn't exist…That’s what’s so fun, you know riding a motorcycle it’s kind of like walking fast. you have the benefit of the breeze and the openness of it, you’re not enclosed, and even if you’re with buddies, there’s still a solitary component to it and its great to allow your mind to wander…i think of nothing at all  or i just fantasize about anything. It’s really cool. But there’s a portion of your awareness that has to be still acute there’s traffic signals and things like that that, but its really cool and it’s, now it’s cool because it’s anonymous. You can be any old guy with a helmet on, on the street...

How do you think you can break free from the excuse train and actually take a little more control your life? 
I just think it comes down a point of looking at what it is you really want... that's the questio…