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Stage Four 2 On Stage: The Podcast with Dylan Slattery

Oct 3, 2018

Meet the man who has recently been voted one of the top 8 most inspirational people of all time.


With only one functioning lung, a prognosis of fourteen days to live, and being in a medically-induced coma for a year, Sean Swarner is the first cancer survivor to stand on top of the world… Mt. Everest.

Sean was diagnosed with two deadly, different, and unrelated forms of cancer, once at the age of thirteen and again at the age of sixteen. After an incredibly poor prognosis, and being read his last rites, Sean astounded the medical community when he survived both these brutal diseases. He realized that after defeating cancer twice, no challenge would ever be too great, no peak too high.

Sean proved his theory when he crested the peak of Mt. Everest. As the first cancer survivor to do so, Sean decided to continue climbing and has since topped the highest peaks in Africa, Europe, South America, Australia, Antarctica, and North America, thus completing the “7-Summits”. Upon skiing to both the South and the North Poles, Sean completed the Explorer’s Grand Slam.

With the completion of the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii, Sean is the only person in history to accomplish these feats. 

Discover how Sean is continuing to inspire through


Check out his FREE PROGRAM: The Next Seven Days.

Designed to help cancer survivors take the next step in rising above any challenge, overcoming fear, developing a flow, creating focus, and learning new skills

In this episode, Sean share's his keys to a successful mindset.

As well as:

  • How he used visualization and the mind-body connection to help defeat cancer.  TWICE!
  • How to stop asking the question "Why Me?"
  • The importance of developing core values
  • Recognizing triggers and internal dialogue
  • The importance of having a team, to push you and pull you up, as well as reaching back to help others once you've reached the top

Sean teaches me a thing or two about Superman, including the meaning of the S on his chest.  It’s not as obvious as you would think!

It probably explains why his favorite book right now is The Anatomy of a Superhero