Time magazine's Person of the Year and rock legend, Bono, took a break from his gig as lead singer of U2 to speak at the American Society of Association Executives' Nation's Capital Distinguished Speakers Series on February 3 at the Washington Hilton and Towers. The man known for writing hits such as “Beautiful Day” and “Where the Streets Have No Name,” discussed his experiences and shared lessons on how one person can have an impact by choosing to live a more purposeful and involved life. ...

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