In this episode I speak to Sean Croxton about his experience with anxiety. We also get into a discussion around mindset, shifting the paradigm and being polarizing amongst other things
Seans Bio (written by Sean):
I am SUCH a nerd.
I like to hang around my house and read books. In fact, I order them much faster than I can consume them. Thanks, Amazon…
I happened to like reading so much that I thought it would be a good idea to start interviewing the authors. That’s when I launched my first podcast, Underground Wellness Radio, way back in 2008, when no one really knew what a podcast was.
Oh, wait. The podcast came second. In 2007, I launched a YouTube channel about health. Basically, I took really complicated matters of health and made them easy for my viewers to understand. It was an instant hit. Probably, in part, because there weren’t many health channels on YouTube back then. But also because I brought some “edu-tainment” to a space dominated by jargon the average person couldn’t quite understand.
Anyway, back to the podcast. Underground Wellness Radio ran for 7 years, with 348 episodes about all things real food and functional medicine, with a sprinkle of personal development on the side.
In late 2015, I decided to close up shop at Underground Wellness. It was time for something new — to turn things upside down, to talk and write about personal development with a sprinkle of health on the side.
At the time of this writing, my new podcast, The Sessions with Sean Croxton, has just debuted. Back to the beginning. I’m excited for what’s to come.
In this particular episode you will learn:
- How Sean got started in business, on youtube and podcasting
- How Sean was always quiet and had to build up the courage to talk to people when suffering with social anxiety
- How Sean had his first panic attack while doing some personal training
- What Sean's experience was like with medication
- How the social anxiety isn't completely gone and Sean's ok with that
- What Sean's motivational influences were
- How we have the power to choose what we're going to accept and reject
- You're either moving forwards or moving backwards, there is no standing still
- How Sean went through a paradigm shift
- "In order to change your life, you have to change yourself"
- How to be unapologetically you