“I was being wheeled off the field to my 7th knee surgery and I was looking up in the crowd thinking, ‘I may be going to prison.'”
That’s what it took for our next guest to shift his dreams away from the NFL.
Like me, football was his passion growing up. He took his dream all the way to the top where he spent 4 years with the Houston Oilers.
As our next guest on the School of Greatness left the field that day, and decided he was going to be the best stage actor in the world and star in his own show on Broadway!
Yeah. Thank you for downloading Greats. Please welcome, Bo Eason, the master of teaching The Power of Your Personal Story.
“When I was 9 years old, I had a dream… so I drew up a 20 year plan.” (Tweet)
“I’m moving to New York City, I’m going to get up on the stage and express myself.” (Tweet)
“Surrender to the pace of being the best.” (Tweet)
“There is nothing more intoxicating than co-creation.” (Tweet)
Think of the greatest moment of your life.
Get that out of your mind. That’s not a good story.
Think of your lowest moment. The one you don’t want to tell. The one you’re ashamed of.
That’s the one you want to share. That’s where your gold lies.
Did you enjoy this episode? If so, leave a comment below sharing what your personal story is in one sentence. Just as Bo does by saying “When I was 9 years old, I had a dream… so I drew up a 20 year plan.” What would your opening statement be that would have another person captivated in who you are? Share that below and connect with Bo to let him know as well.
“Co-creation. That is the key to building what we want to build. The only way to co-create is to share yourself; to share what is most intimate with you.” (Tweet)