Get Off Your “But” by Sean Stephenson

Earlier this year, I had the chance to hear and see Sean Stephenson. The first thing he does is address the elephant in the room—he’s confined to a wheel chair, has a rare brittle bone syndrome, needs assistance for everyday tasks, and has a fulfilling and blessed life!

It’s really hard to listen to Sean without thinking that all our ‘complaints’ are petty, to say the least. In his book, he talks about how important it is to connect with others. He reminds us that words are powerful, so watch what you say to yourself. He discusses mastering physical confidence and how that impacts our view of ourselves, as well as how others view us. Then there’s the importance of choosing your friends wisely. Last, but definitely not least, he talks about taking full responsibility for yourself and your life.

A powerful book! Highly recommended! – CMW