Sep 26, 2017
This episode originally aired on The Meaningful Way Podcast | Episode 27
There's a universal fear of death. The unknown of when and where it could happen can be the motivator of your life. Sean Swarner, cancer survivor of two deadly, unrelated forms of cancer -- and given the life expectancy of 14 days at 16-years-old -- is here to share why living a life that matters should be all the motivation you need.
Swarner is a well-known advocate who's gone through great lengths to share the power of self-belief. With only one remaining lung, Swarner's not only climbed Mt. Everest, but also all seven summits, including Antarctica. He's recognized as one of the most inspirational speakers in the world. Adventurer, elite athlete and author, Swarner is now adding performance coaching (thanks to a highly reputed school, iPEC) to his resume and repertoire.
Get ready to learn how all the inspiration you seek from the world can be found from within.
Your Wake Up Call. You fall asleep every night not knowing the future, not guaranteed of a next morning, and what lies ahead can be wondrous or your biggest challenge yet. Your wake up call to LIVING life with your eyes open and spirit ready for battle is... [6:20].
Your Mount Everest. We've all been there - broken-hearted, unemployed, in mourning, or unsure of ourselves after a traumatic life experience. How you navigate through the mountain ahead can shape your journey dramatically. Your best ally is also your GREATEST freedom on this voyage. Find out more at... [16:20].
Your Inner Monologue. You see the big picture, the beginning of where you stand now and the end result that you're dreaming about. But how do you get there? It's not luck, it's hard work and the one SURE way to get you there is... [20:21].
Your Driving Force. We all have that ONE thing we're aiming for. Sometimes it has a name, a number, or a feeling attached. For Swarner, it's the number: one million. As you move forward on your mission, the one thing you SHOULDN'T focus on and why is actually... [28:02].
Learn more about Sean and his incredible story of survival, here.
And for those of you interested in and inspired by
Sean’s Mission of Hope to put cancer survivors on top of the world,
the project has just launched and you can contribute and get
Tune in and turn the volume up for a dose of inspiration and life lessons. You're never more than One Idea Away from a whole, new reality.