Every day is a good day. Nothing is ever bad. Life is wonderful. I don’t what you’re smoking, but I’m not buying all that. Until I realized bad days only exist if we make them exist. I learned part of that lesson when I realized I could focus on the shit storm of my life, or I could focus on the shit storms that continued to give me life. Then I met a guy, a fellow coach, who actually almost had a last day, that converted him to deciding there were no bad days. Now he lives by the motto – no bad days
Michael O’Brien takes us on his near death experience that led him to make the bold move to stop making bad days, quit pursuing happiness, and just be. Be in a state of choosing rather than being the victim to life. Michael invites us all to Shift: Creating Better Tomorrows, which happens to also be the title of his first book. He knows first hand the value you of making the shift and what it can do for bringing you out of the closets of your life.
Also make sure you listen to the end of the podcast for a special offer to get Michael’s next book My Last Bad Day Shift. You won’t want to miss this announcement.
Michael O’Brien is the Chief Shift Officer at Peloton Coaching and Consulting. He elevates successful corporate leaders by preventing bad moments from turning into bad days. His award-winning, best-selling memoir Shift: Creating Better Tomorrows chronicles his Last Bad Day and near-death cycling accident recovery journey. He has shared his inspirational story and transformation from human DOer to human BEing and work and at home on the TEDx stage, with multiple Fortune 500 companies, and in the Bergen Record.