Sean Stephenson: Living Life Large

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  Sean Stephenson Dr. Sean Stephenson is a motivational speaker, an author, and a board certified therapist. Sean was born with a rare bone disorder that stunted his growth, and caused his bones to be extremely fragile, resulting in recurrent, painful … Continue reading

Movie Review: 20 Feet From Stardom

  2014 Academy Awards Winner Best Documentary Ever wonder why anyone would want to be a backup singer?  Maybe they aren’t good enough to be the star out front? Maybe they are working their way to the front, or maybe … Continue reading

Book Review: Unthink by Erik Wahl

Where would talent be without creativity? The two work hand in hand, and to me, are inseparable. For that reason, when I heard about this book, I had to investigate further. I am a strong believer in getting outside the … Continue reading

Project: Shattered Silence

Sometimes art mimics life, sometimes the intersection of art and life is so real, it is difficult to see where one ceases and the other begins. The performance of Project: Shattered Silence is one of those times. Project: Shattered Silence, … Continue reading

The SAG Foundation LifeRaft Videos

What could be better than advice from the pros? Free advice from the pros! What could be better than free advice from the pros? Free professional advice that you can get at your convenience, in your own home! Now there’s … Continue reading

Peaceful Warrior

Here’s an inspirational film you might have missed;  Peaceful Warrior (2006) directed by Victor Salva and starring Scott Mechlowicz, Nick Nolte and Amy Smart. The film is based on the book, Way of the Peaceful Warrior, by Dan Millman.  Peaceful Warrior begins as a … Continue reading

Book Review: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

“The amateur believes he must first overcome his fear; then he can do his work. The professional knows that fear can never be overcome. He knows there is no such thing as a fearless warrior or a dread-free artist.” – … Continue reading

Book Review: Get Off Your “But” – by Sean Stephenson

How many times have you heard someone say, “I’d love to learn an instrument, but I really don’t have the time,” or “I’d love to try acting, but I’m way too shy.” I’ll bet you’ve made some other statement including … Continue reading