Sean Stephenson Quotes

Who was Sean Stephenson?

Sean Clinch Stephenson was an American self-help author and motivational speaker with weak bones or osteogenesis as his physician calls it.

Born May 5, 1979
Died August 28, 2019
Aged 40 years old

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Best 12 Quotes by Sean Stephenson

“Doubt is a virus that attacks our self-esteem, productivity and confidence. Faith that you and your life are perfectly unfolding is the strongest vaccine.”

“If someone tells you, "You can't" they really mean, "I can't.”

“If you have a heartbeat, there's still time for your dreams.”

“Until you believe you have options, you'll continue to feel stuck.”

“When I hear excuses muttered from another, I'm reminded to stop repeating those of my own.”

“You make a new life by making new choices.”

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“Choose the words you say to yourself wisely; they are creating your reality.”

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“Communication is merely an exchange of information, but connection is an exchange of our humanity.”

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“Fears are a complete waste of your time. Nine times out of ten, whatever you're afraid of is not dangerous or life threatening. In fact, it's probably not even real.”

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“It's no coincidence that good words make us feel good and that hurtful or angry words make us feel bad. There is a 100 percent correlation between the words we choose and how we feel.”

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“Pain is inevitable, it eventually touches us all. Suffering is optional.”

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“Until you take ownership for your life, you will always be chasing happiness.”

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It governs the blood and controls the blood vessels. It manifests in the complexion and controls the tongue, the taste buds, and the sweat.”

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