Need a serious dose of inspiration today? Today on the #ProductivityGiants series we talk to Sean Stephenson, an entrepreneur, and speaker who has overcome extreme challenges and has inspired millions of people around the world.
Dr. Sean Stephenson was born with a rare bone disorder that stunted his growth and caused his bones to be extremely fragile. He was expected not to survive past birth – but he did, and fought for his quality of life. His message of hope and perseverance has been heard at live events all over the world, and his book, Get Off Your “But” , has been translated into over a dozen different languages. Sean also works as a board-certified therapist, and doctor of Clinical Hypnosis.
As you can see – Sean chose to rise above the issues life presented him with and made something seriously great out of himself. We loved hearing about Sean’s secrets to productivity and why maintaining friendships helps him be his most successful. Read on for motivation:
We’re excited to feature Peter Shankman on the #ProductivityGiants series this week. Peter is best-known founding Help A Reporter Out (HARO) which in “under a year became the de-facto standard for thousands of journalists looking for sources on deadline, offering them more than 200,000 sources around the world looking to be quoted in the media.” The New York Times called him “a public relations all-star who knows everything about the media and then some.
Our #ProductivityGiants series is all about providing you with the tools, inspiration, and practical advice you need to amplify your productivity and help you work smarter, not harder. We’re excited to talk to Scott Mautz this week – he’s the CEO of Profound Performance, a keynote, workshop, coaching, and online training company that helps you “Work, Lead, & Live Fulfilled.”
It’s summer, days are getting longer, and perhaps your motivation to be at work is waning. This is why it’s the perfect time to hear from Scott Mautz – he’s an expert on employee engagement, workplace and creative fulfillment, and others-oriented leadership.
The tagline on Vanessa Van Edwards’ website reads – “I’m Vanessa and I’m a recovering boring person.” Vanessa has reshaped her life into being a “professional people-watcher” – studying what makes people tick and what drives human behavior.
A behavioral investigator, she is the lead at her human behavior research lab, The Science of People. Designing and executing her own research experiments, her goal is to crack the code of human behavior and how and why people do what they do. She also hosts workshops for individuals looking to learn how to succeed in business and in their personal lives by uncoding the secret dynamics of human behavior.
Vanessa is also a bestselling author – her latest book Captivate was named “one of the most anticipated books of the year” by Apple and is all about how to be the most memorable person in the room.
Let’s be real – we’ve all had those mornings. Those mornings when our alarm goes off, we hit the snooze button five or six times, then run around like a crazy person trying to get dressed and get out the door to make it to work on time.
But it turns out the way you start the day is actually pretty important. The way you spend your mornings sets the tone for the rest of the day; if you start it off with routine and structure, you’ll have a productive day. If you start it off by oversleeping, scrambling to get read, and trying desperately to pour coffee down your throat as you rush out the door… well, you get the picture.
Charisma and positivity seem to run in Jairek Robbins’ family – just like his father, Tony Robbins, Jairek is a motivational speaker looking to help others lead the most successful lives they can. With more than a decade of professional speaking and coaching experience, Jairek’s mission is to “help you achieve success by living with purpose.”