Today on the podcast:

Paul Scanlon has trained and mentored people for over 30 years as a keynote speaker all over the world. 

He believes that everyone has huge but often untapped potential and helping them to discover and release it is his passion.

He now focuses on three main passions – Communication, Leadership & Growing People.

A lot of you will recognise Paul’s voice from episode 237 on 3rd May 2021: Paul Scanlon on The Art of Unlearning, Developing ‘Get Back Up’ Skills When Life Gets Difficult and Why It’s Okay To Outgrow People! – which is linked in description below as well. 

 “Don’t blame a clown for acting like a clown, ask yourself why you keep going to the circus?” 

Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s podcast: 

  • Getting “unstuck” in a relationship, a job or a health/fitness/wellness journey 
  • Why you shouldn’t be doing life with people that exhaust you! 
  • Self-acceptance vs self-love and the reason its so difficult to grow
  • The reason you should stay away from people who make you feel hard to love! 
  • The beauty of not fitting in!
  • Why should you stop trying to forget something bad somebody once did to you and focus on remembering and softening instead!
  • Never make yourself small or dial yourself down just to suit somebody else
  • Finding your “no” voice
  • And more 

(Website)

Personal Growth & Leadership Coaching | Paul Scanlon

(Facebook)

Facebook

(Instagram)

Paul Scanlon (@paulscanlonuk) • Instagram photos and videos

@paulscanlonuk

(LinkedIn)

Paul Scanlon – Motivational Speaker – Paul Scanlon business | LinkedIn

(Youtube)

Paul Scanlon – YouTube

(Twitter)

Paul Scanlon (@paulscanlonuk) / X (twitter.com)

(Paul Scanlon appearance on the Brian Keane Podcast)

Episode 237

#237: Paul Scanlon on The Art of Unlearning, Developing ‘Get Back Up’ Skills When Life Gets Difficult and Why It’s Okay To Outgrow People! – Brian Keane Fitness

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