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The Success Corps In The Media
The Success Corps has been featured in the media many different ways. Whether Sean is speaking on stage, a guest on podcasts and online articles, or being featured in a guest blog, the mission is always the same: to elevate everyone around us.
Follow The Success Corps on the media journey by clicking on a podcast, a show, or an article to learn how you can live an EPIC life.
From The Desert To The Airwaves—Skype Empowers And Inspires An Air Force Veteran
In addition to speaking engagements and resilience training, Sean also hosts a live, online talk show, Life Transformation Radio, which he began in February of 2017. Heard already in 27 countries, he has interviewed fellow speakers, authors, and even a UFC announcer. To meet the communications needs of his show he incorporates Skype to connect with and interview many of his guests. “Skype is used a lot in my personal and professional life because it’s the only program that has worked for me, better than anything else I have tried.” He also appears as a guest....Read More
5 Things the Best Leaders Do Every Day
Miscommunication doesn’t happen solely when employees don’t understand a leader’s expectations. It also happens, and leaves a lasting negative impact, when leaders aren’t fully aware of employees’ needs. After feeling he wasn’t performing at his best, motivational speaker Sean Douglas of Goldsboro, N.C., realized he was giving employees feedback but wasn’t asking for it in return.
“I decided to ask for their feedback and...Read More.
9 Ways to Find Your Career Path When You’re Feeling Lost
Exploit Your Gifts and Talents. We all have areas we excel in. If you can exploit what you’re good at, you will have a high chance of success and fulfillment. When this happens, it is then time to sharpen your skills in order to be the best version of yourself...Read More.
Keeping The Household Peace When Your Partner Roots For The Wrong Team
Prepare for negative reactions by your families when they find out. Many families will simply be in shock and may try to convince you that you're making a terrible decision. "My family said to stay away from her, she's bad news," said Sean Douglas, an Air Force veteran and a motivational speaker who roots for the Detroit Lions while his wife roots for the Green Bay Packers. He didn't heed their advice, and now...Read More.
8 Happy Couples Share How They Broke Through Their Biggest Relationship Hurdles
"I was a party animal who loved to live a rock-star lifestyle. My house actually burned down during a massive party I threw on St. Patrick's Day in 2007. My now-wife, who I was dating at the time, kindly took me in, and we were married a few months later. After less than a year of marriage, I was still drinking heavily and did not want to give up the bar life, which she deemed inappropriate. We filed for divorce at the end of 2008. I got...Read More.
Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Successful Leader?
Sean Douglas, a U.S. Air Force veteran, motivational and inspirational speaker, master resilience trainer, life coach, and author of www.TheSuccessCorps.com, says, “Leaders lead from the front, managers lead from the back.” Douglas believes that the attitude of an organization will always reflect its leadership...Read More.
With ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,’ NLT Puts Family Strife In Spotlight
In playing Brick, Douglas is making his debut on the NLT stage. He said the part is a difficult return to personal demons for him. The sound of clinking glass runs throughout the play as Brick pours drink after drink, and Douglas, a recovering alcoholic who is today active-duty Air Force and a motivational speaker, said he wishes he could somehow reach out to his character and offer help.
“I have to go back into that hole,” Douglas said. “But going back there, it’s therapy in a sense. ... I went to places I didn’t think I could go to again. I started becoming friends with Brick and I wanted to root for him...Read More.
Podcast Movement Celebrates Father’s Day 2018
Happy Father’s Day! Podcast Movement is proud to recognize a few of the Dads in our community. We could not recognize them all in this featured post, but we are grateful for them and appreciate all that they do! We hope that everyone enjoys this special day!...Read More.
20 Entrepreneurs Share Their Business Tips
No matter how you look at it, starting a business is hard. One of the hardest things you may ever have to do. There’s the business plan to think over, a name, government policies to consider, how it will affect your family, finances and the list rolls on from there. Some hardened entrepreneurs suggest spending a long time thinking about if that’s really the path you want to take....Read More.
Veteran Shares Message Of Hope For Those Considering Suicide
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Active duty service members and veterans often face a number of barriers when it comes to seeking and receiving the mental health treatment they need.
A study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reports that only 50 percent of veterans who need veteran mental health treatment receive these services.
Success Profiles Magazine - 3 Questions To Ask Yourself Right Now!
If you ask better questions, you'll get better answers. When you have better answers, you will achieve better results. Knowing which questions to ask and when is a problem that most people face because they don't know what they don't know, and they can't help that. Before you start any business, podcast....Read More
20 Best Relationship Books (For a Great Relationship in 2019)
13 experts share the best relationship books worth your time.
Check out the list below!
The most recommended relationship books are:
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John Gottman, Nan Silver
Wakeup Routines That Might Actually Get You Out of Bed Earlier (but also maybe not)
Whether you start your day with meditation, exercise or making a healthy breakfast (or are hoping to switch to that from your current habit of hitting snooze 17 times), morning routines vary from person-to-person and can set the precedent for your entire day. Plus, they’re good for you — research has found that various elements of your morning routine, such as exercising, can positively affect your entire day...Read More