Get Off Your "But" - is an incredible book. I felt inspired. I felt uplifted. And more than once I was moved to tears.
Sean Stephenson was expected to die at birth. He has a rare bone disorder and suffered more than 200 bone fractures by age eighteen. He reached a height of only three feet, and is permanently confined to a wheelchair.
He is also a friend of Bill Clinton, Tony Robbins & Richard Branson. He is truly the most inspirational and naturally confident man I have ever had the privilege of spending time with. (I interviewed Sean recently).
Sean Stephenson has inspired millions of people around the world, including Tony Robbins and President Clinton. He has had more life adventures than anyone I know.
Sean was expected to die at birth because of a rare bone disorder called Osteogenesis Imperfecta Despite and yet, despite or more probably because of all the challenges he has faced, Sean is now one of the leading authorities on the deconstruction of self sabotage.
In his early years he faced so many reasons to give up and to doubt or pity himself. And yet he never did.
In fact, he has worked on Capitol Hill & in the White House; he testified in front of the US Senate; he shared a speaking platform with Tony Robbins & Mark Victor Hansen; he traveled to over 47 states and 6 countries.
And he is also a board-certified psychotherapist, who runs a private practice and is completing his Doctorate in Clinical Hypnosis.
Oh, and he has been seen by millions on Oprah, CNN, The Discovery Health Channel, WGN, CBS News, and in The New York Times.
The stories of Sean's own life and that of his friends are both truly inspiring and often so powerful that I cried whilst reading.
I'll end with the quote from President Bill Clinton: Sean is an amazing person with an important message.
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