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 Hi there, I am Sean and here is my own story... 

I'm motivated to help individuals recall and share their stories, experiences and life lessons. This helps foster their connection with family, friends and community. A life worth living is a life worth sharing!

The 1st Terry Fox Run in North Carolina held at NC St. University 2012.

How did I become interested in storytelling?

In 2010, I collected over 200 stories from people across Canada asking where they were when Paul Henderson scored his famous goal in 1972. This was voted the 6th most important moment in Canadian history. I found that the majority of people I asked had a strong visual memory of the event, they just had to be asked! The result of this story collection was the book "The Goal That United Canada" which I launched at the Hockey Hall of Fame for the 40th Anniversary of that historical moment.

During the last 20 years, I have used a tool and process called Mind Mapping. I used that for the organization of the book and have created over 1,000 Mind Maps over that period for several business and personal applications. I would go on to do workshops, presentations and coaching to help others. Mind Mapping is a terrific way to organize your thoughts and improve recall.

I’m also a passionate fan of Terry Fox and organized the first Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research at NC State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. All the planning and media preparation was used with Mind Mapping.

Ten years later, I would co-author my second book on the '72 Series for the 50th Anniversary entitled "When Canada Shut Down".  

During the book launches, I have thoroughly enjoyed being interviewed by a number of media outlets including CBC News, CBC Radio, Sportsnet, NHL Home Ice, Toronto Sun, Toronto Star, Zoomer Magazine among others..

Mind Mapping is a non-linear process

"Strategic non-linear thinking is like exploring a maze with multiple pathways, trying different routes, and adapting to obstacles, while linear thinking is like following a single predetermined path without deviating. The former allows for exploration and discovery, while the latter restricts creativity and innovation."

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