John Brennan is an entrepreneur and hotelier whose innovation, resilience, and commitment to never stop growing and improving has struck me. He is the author of My Name is Jhon: An Atypical Story of Success.
Today, John joins me to talk about his book, sharing its purpose and its message. He shares his story and how it impacted him. He shares the power of realistic optimism and honest failure. He talks about how his cancer diagnosis has affected his life and shares his insight on how most people view death. He explains why it never helps to dwell on the negative, and he shares his definition of the meaning of life.
“You don’t have to be successful in anything but in your own life.”
– John Brennan
This week on In the Doctor’s Chair:
- John’s story
- The power of realistic optimism
- The benefits of failure
- The importance of enjoying life
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