Jan 8, 2017
To day we talk with Sean Croxton, former host of Underground Wellness Radio, about his new pursuit in the personal development space.
Sean Croxton just might be the world’s biggest nerd.
His idea of a darn good time is lying in bed reading (actually, probably re-reading) a book, wandering around random bookstores, or strolling around his neighborhood listening to personal development seminars while obsessing over steps on his FitBit.
He’s pretty much always been this way. There was a time when he kept everything he learned pretty much to himself.
Then is 2007 he stumbled upon this thing called YouTube where he created one of the first health-based video channels on the internet, sharing seemingly complicated masters of health in a way that everyone could understand
Soon thereafter in 2008, he launched his first podcast Underground Wellness Radio, on which he interviewed authors and experts in the alternative health space. The program ran for 7 years with over 10 million downloads and 348 episodes about all things real food and functional medicine with a sprinkle of personal development on the side.
During his seven years with Underground Wellness (UW), Sean penned his still-popular Dark Side of Fat Loss ebook, started the JERF (Just Eat Real Food) movement, and hosted seven online summit events, including The Thyroid Sessions, Digestion Sessions, and The Depression Sessions.
In late 2015, Sean walked away from his thriving UW brand to create a new movement in the world of personal development and the science of mind. The nerd in him couldn’t stop wondering what makes people do what they do and not do the things they really want to do.
His goal is to blend the vintage works of these writers with the more modern research in the field of neurology, and to teach one million people how to use their minds to give and get everything they want in life.
Sean is the host of The Sean Croxton Sessions, one of the internet’s most popular Self-Help podcasts. He is enrolled as a student in the Proctor Gallagher Consultant program as well as the Robbin-Madanes Training course.