If you ask Sean where he gets his positive beliefs and inspiration, he’ll likely tell you all about his good fortune in having a wise and spiritually connected grandmother, who was his teacher, mentor and biggest fan.
Sean grew up on the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago with big dreams of conquering the music industry. But he had a few things standing in his way. First, he wasn’t a good fit for the education system that favours those with good grades and second, he wanted to move to Canada but knew the odds of making that happen were low.
What Sean did have going for him though was BIG faith and a belief in God, thanks to his grandmother’s guiding hand.
Yes, he had some struggles along the way, like making sense of his divorce at an early age, and leaving his passion for music behind to chase money. Plus, he created a lucrative career, only to find he still felt empty.
But because Sean is reflective and sees life as an unfolding journey he has made it through those tough times to the life he has now full of purpose and meaning.
Sean now lives in Vancouver, B.C., having married the love of his life and has a beautiful family of 3 daughters.
He continues to learn from the experience of being a parent and had the privilege recently of taking 6 months parental leave with the birth of his 3rd child.
Sean’s struggles to find his purpose, his awakening and his new relationship with God are the essence of his collection of blogs called “Unique Perspectives on Life”. Whether Sean is speaking, creating music, writing or being with family and friends, it is this attitude of inspiration and joy he brings to his life that continue to open doors for him.
Sean speaks to parents’ groups on the importance of fathers being present for their children and families, and the value of parental leave.
He is frequently invited to be the Master of Ceremonies for corporate and community based events.
To see Sean in action watch “The Vancouver Dad’s Documentary” by Fairchild TV where he explains why parental leave for fathers is an important corporate benefit, and talks about the rising number of dads who are making the choice to stay at home, or work from home in order to be more connected to their families.
Sean can be reached at www.lifeandmusic.ca
For more information, visit out website atwww.twodocsradio.com
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