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Paralysis to purpose: A Strokehacker’s Story with Sean Entin

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Amy Zellmer

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After graduating from the University of Southern California, Sean successfully built two large businesses in public companies. He also found himself in the mixed martial arts world and became one of the first fight managers, representing big names in the field. However, Sean's fast-paced lifestyle took a toll on him, and in 2011, he suffered a massive stroke. He was left with a long road to recovery, but he never gave up. He believed in himself and worked tirelessly, day and night, to get back on his feet. Sean's journey has inspired him to launch Stroke Hacker, a program and community aimed at helping stroke survivors and individuals with traumatic brain injuries. Sean provides one-on-one coaching, encouraging survivors to face new challenges in their lives and helping them plan a recovery road map. www.strokehacker.com

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