Ep #63: Mastering Resilience with Sean Douglas
Being a member of the U.S Air Force Military is very tough. Who knew being a U.S Air Force Veteran could be tougher? This episode of The Top One Percent is full of insights – from being resilient to fatherhood and parenting. We are joined by Sean Douglas, a U.S. Air Force Veteran, TEDx Speaker, Master Resilience Implementer, Suicide Awareness Trainer, Business Positioning Strategist, International Radio Show Host of Life Transformation Radio, and Author.
Sean’s WHY is he’s a suicide survivor who hit rock bottom with no purpose or passion. He believes that you were created for a purpose, and once you unlock your true potential, you will elevate your life, which is why he founded The Success Corps. In a highly interactive and engaging environment, utilizing online mentoring sessions and face to face workshops, Sean works with Entrepreneurs, Speakers, and Business Owners to improve their Positioning in the Market which increases Profitability while decreasing their anxiety and stress they feel in life. Sean equips them with the tools necessary to live EPIC lives, and leaves them better equipped to manage change effectively.
Listen and learn more about the life of a U.S Air Force Veteran and the challenges they deal with after their service. We, all, could benefit from being resilient. So, sit back, relax and tune in!
· Get to know Sean Douglas (1:10)
· Life as a U.S Air Force Veteran (8:50)
· Battling with Mental Health Issues (14:48)
· Sean’s Theory: 3 Different Ways a Person is Raised (26:25)
· Helping People Thru Resilience Training and Implementation (36:05)
· Family and Parenting Tips and Advices (44:40)
· Insecurities and Fatherhood (53:20)
AND MUCH MORE!
Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
· For more information about Sean Douglas, visit his website: thesuccesscorps.com
· Connect with Sean:
· Ep #47: Switching Hats and Building Wealth with Dr. Greg S. Reid
· The Hurt Locker, a 2008 American war drama film
· Joe Polish’s Genius Recovery
“Life expectancy of a retired veteran is 5 years.”
“The peace, in everyone’s life, is sort of what it is all about.”
“Do something to occupy your mind. If you just sit there and waste your life away, you can’t do that.”
“The lesson in life is for us, anybody, to always find your mission. Always have a purpose. Always have a why. Follow your passions.”
“The broken home kids are messed up just as much as the rich kids, whose moms and dads were never there.”
“It is not what you say. It is how you say it.”
“You can’t love from an empty cup.”
“My mental state and my emotional state is what comes first.”
“If you are not showing up 100% of yourself, then how can you love somebody else?”
“The likelihood of you then becoming an abuser of your children is heightened and is more significant especially when alcohol is at play.”