Episode 1: John O’Leary
HOW TO LIVE AN INSPIRED LIFE
Once expected to die, today JOHN O’LEARY teaches others how to truly live. As an internationally acclaimed speaker, bestselling author, and renowned podcast host, John helps hundreds of thousands of people to live inspired each year, sharing his insights and inspiring message with emotional storytelling and unexpected humor.
In a marketplace and media climate that often feels negative, John created his Live Inspired media channel to share the other side of the story utilizing his Monday Motivation essays, Live Inspired Podcast, and more to do life with his community of 300,000 friends online. He’s the author of the #1 national bestseller, On Fire and his highly anticipated second book In Awe hit shelves May 2020. John lives with his wife and four children in St. Louis, Missouri.
It’s a joy any time I get to sit down with my friend, John O’Leary. In today’s episode we talk about John’s story of growing up and the accident that left him with 1% chance of survival. Despite life’s challenges, John is one of the most encouraging, practical, winsome leaders I know. You won’t want to miss this episode.
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THE SHOW NOTES
WAY TO GO AWARD
AND ONE QUESTIONS
ONE PERSON THAT HAS MADE A LASTING IMPACT ON YOUR LIFE?
ONE WAY YOU’RE CONNECTING WITH GOD THESE DAYS?
Driving in silence is a really cool way to connect with God. I’m always just listening to Him. Secondly, during Covid my wife, Beth, and I take a walk almost every night, regardless of the weather.
ONE LESSON YOU WISH YOU COULD HAVE LEARNED SOONER?
Just slow down. What are you racing for? What are you racing towards?
ONE THING YOU’RE LOVING THESE DAYS THAT WE SHOULD CHECK OUT?
I read this book after lunch, Ask Him: Simple Words to Jumpstart Your Conversation with God.
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