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Sean Stephenson
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    (May 5, 1979-August 28, 2019)
    Born in Chicago, Illinois
    Therapist/self-help author/motivational speaker
    Wrote 'How You(th) Can Succeed!: Transforming Dreams Into Reality for Young Adults' (2001) and 'Get Off Your 'But': How To End Self-Sabotage And Stand Up For Yourself' (2009)
    Has the genetic disorder osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bone disease)
    Three feet tall
    His hero is Tony Robbins.
    To become a therapist, he studied the dubious fields of neuro-linguistic programming and hypnotherapy at an unaccredited school.
    It's not as if his advice is that different from any other self-help guru: it just sounds more profound coming from a guy who lived his life.
    He was an intern for President Bill Clinton, and we really hope he did not have to perform the same duties as a certain other intern. (Let's face it: at three feet, he is just about the perfect height for it.)
    He had broken 200 bones by the time he was 18.
    His parents used an egg timer to limit him to 15 minutes of self-pity a day.
    He developed a weightlifting regimen which significantly reduced the number of broken bones he suffers.
    Jimmy Kimmel called him 'the Yoda of personal development, with less pointy ears.'
    He said, 'Being three feet tall and in a wheelchair is about two percent of who I am. I'm more than able.'

Credit: C. Fishel

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