Episode 249: The Cure to Your Insecurities with Dr. Sean Stephenson

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"You better have a vision for your life. You better have a really clear vision for where you are going. What do you want? Who do you want to become?"

Dr Sean Stephenson

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Sean Stephenson was born with a rare bone disorder called osteogenesis imperfecta. In fact, his parents were told that he likely had mere months to live.

30 years later, Sean is known worldwide as the “3 Foot Giant,” and with good reason. He’s worked at the White House, can count Richard Branson, Bill Clinton, and His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama among his admirers, has been interviewed by Oprah and Jimmy Kimmel, and has 10+ million views on his videos. He also appears in the upcoming Miracle Morning movie.

Sean is a powerful speaker and his mission is to rid the world of insecurity. He appeared at our Best Year Ever [Blueprint] LIVE experience in San Diego last weekend, and his talk was the one I wanted my wife and children to see more than any other. If you have unfulfilled goals, unfinished work, or dreams you still want to see through, it’s a must-listen.


  • Why having a goal matters more than achieving it.
  • The three things we all do that cause us to feel miserable.
  • The big reason you need a vision for your life, where you’re going, and who you’re going to become.
  • Why self-care is the cure for insecurity.
  • The three things you need to become unstoppable.


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"When you put all your time and attention on what you don’t want, you get what you don’t want."

Dr Sean Stephenson

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