PH – 88 | Sean Croxton | Why Greatness Is A Choice
Hey Path Hunters!
Today’s guest has interviewed amazing people such as Lisa Nichols, Bob Proctor and Marie Forleo and has a mission to inspire everyone he comes into contact with. My guest today is Sean Croxton Host of the Quote of the Day Show. I knew I had to bring Sean onto the the Path Hunters podcast to chat with him and hear about his journey, and what he does.
That Painful Feeling
Sean shared an amazing story of his early life when he was using Youtube as a way to connect with people as he was learning how to be a better personal trainer. Later on, he realized that he trading time for dollars and that he knew he was capable of so much more. It got to the point it was so painful for him, that he had to do something about it, he had to take action. This is that uncomfortable feeling that everyone has when they aren’t living up to their true potential.
Our Greatest Power
The most valuable thing mentioned was that everyone has the ability to create and obtain the life that they’ve always wanted to have but it all boils down to accepting responsibility for your own life and making the choice on changing that.
Also, why people go to conferences, read books, and in a few days time, they revert back to their old ways is because they haven’t accepted responsibility and haven’t made the choice to internalize it, take action, and become the person that they’ve always wanted to become.
Life Is Not Over
If you’re working a job that you completely dread, and not feeling fulfilled, know that life is not over and that you have the abilities to create a life that you’ve always wanted, and it all starts by stepping into that greatness that’s inside all of us.
We get into so much in this interview and I would like to thank Sean himself for coming onto the podcast, I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to chat with you, and it was a blessing to get an insight into your world, my friend!
For more info about Sean, check out the links below!
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