The problem is that we’re filling our minds with trash. Negative information that is destroying our chance of success is everywhere-on your phone, TV, YouTube, Facebook, you name it.
My guests today, Sean Whalen, teaches us how to get our heads on straight, explore and stay curious, and take action towards the life we want and deserve.
“I wandered around for quite a while wondering who I was and what I wanted to do with my life.” Tweet That— Sean Whalen
Meet Sean Whalen
Sean is a real estate investor and former Pro-MMA fighter with a passion for exploring cultural mindsets, how we behave, and how we can fix many of the world’s biggest problems by fixing ourselves.
Sean Whalen is the type of man who you love or hate-no middle ground. But, his authentic approach to the power of our minds, why we do the things we do, and what steps we need to take are extremely refreshing.
He’s got big political aspirations beginning in 2016 but until then, you can find him breathing fire on his Facebook and his YouTube videos where he faces head-on all of our most difficult conversations such as racism, homosexuality, and our broken school system.
“My biggest fear is that I day with a brain full of ideas and a heart full of passion.” Tweet That— Sean Whalen
What You’ll Be Learning
- What the problem is with our current culture
- Why the media has become the problem rather than the solution
- The first step in changing the information that goes into your mind
- How mentorship can change your life
- How to move past fear in your life
- How to reprogram your life for success
- How to keep passion and curiosity when you get older
- What’s wrong with the school system and how to fix it
- How to infuse creativity back in your life
- How to calculate the cost of inaction
“I got the point where I got tired of banging my head against the wall and decided I want more.” Tweet That— Sean Whalen
- 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
- The Dark Side of the Light Chasers by Deborah Ford
“We’re numb man. We don’t feel anything anymore.” Tweet That— Sean Whalen
Connect with Sean Whalen
“There’s really nothing wrong with the world but if you want to create the change you cannot keep putting a bandaid on a gushing wound.” Tweet That— Sean Whalen