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VIDEO interview: Sean Stephenson on succeeding as a disabled entrepreneur

Following on from our launch of the DHorizons Tribe last week, in our new series, we’ll be interviewing experts, celebrities, and influencers to bring you video interviews, personal insights and more. First up, disabled self-help guru Sean Stephenson talks about his life, career and confidence.

The self-help industry is now a multimillion-dollar business, and it’s easy to see why. It’s an incredibly useful tool that can help people get to where they want to be in life, whether that’s going into their dream job, meeting ‘the one’, or just being able to be more independent.

I recently got to meet the most famous disabled entrepreneur in the self-help field – Sean Stephenson. Sean is a trained therapist, author and professional speaker. He’s spoken to huge audiences and worked with many famous faces, including Bill Clinton, Sir Richard Branson and the Dalai Lama.

In this video interview, Sean shares what it was like growing up with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (also known as brittle bones disease), how he focuses only on what he can control, why he loves running his own business and more.

In addition to this video, Sean has shared his top 5 tips on how to rock your self-esteem and confidence. Many disabled people struggle with this part of life, not surprisingly either. To help you conquer your fear and make a difference in your life, Sean opens up about how he has overcome this issue, and how you can too.

To find out when and where this free master class will take place, simply pop your email below and await further information. You’ll also receive our Ultimate Disability Survival Guide. If you’re already a subscriber, you don’t need to do anything 🙂

UPDATE: For those who missed the master class on the DHorizons Tribe, here are Sean’s top 5 tips:

By Martyn Sibley

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