In this episode of the Championship Leadership podcast, Sean Crane talks about his experience in prison and coaching, learning to acknowledge your mistakes and learning to forgive and so much more.
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In This Episode:
[3:29] What does championship leadership mean to Sean?
[4:29] Who is Sean Crane and what brought him to where he is today?
[16:07] His experience in prison.
[25:45] Leaders that have influenced him.
[30:10] A turning point inside of his life.
[34:15] Episode takeaways.
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“Pay attention to what you want first.”
“When we listen to fear, doubt and procrastinate that’s always going to lead to a life of regret.”
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At 23, Sean Crane was sentenced to 7 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. With nothing positive to show for his life up to that point and a massive challenge ahead he had a decision to make.
Would he give up and let the rest of his life pass him by like the first 23 did or could he face his fears, fight through the pain and pursue the life he always wanted..
From a small cement box Sean was able to take control of his life.
He completely transformed his mentality, his routines, and the results he got in his life.
“ In that cell I started to create the life of my dreams that I am able to live today.”
Sean Michael Crane is a life coach with an incredible story of perseverance and determination. He has used his hardships and life experience to reach others and inspire them to conquer their fears and pursue the life they have always dreamed of living just as he has.
“ If I did this from a prison cell, I promise you can take control of your life too! You deserve it and you are far more capable than you realize”!
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This post was previously published on Nate Bailey’s blog.
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