In this raw and deeply insightful episode, Shaun O’Gorman of The Strong Life Project delves into an unavoidable truth: some days are just going to suck. Drawing from his own intense experiences as a former Police tactical K9 handler and someone who has battled PTSD and depression, Shaun cuts through the fluff and talks openly about the challenges that life in high-stress environments can bring.

Shaun shares his own coping mechanisms, underlining the importance of stress management and resilience. He emphasizes that it’s not about escaping the hard days, but rather learning to navigate them with grit and poise. For Shaun, the bad days are as much a part of the high-performing existence as the good ones—they’re an opportunity to learn, grow, and showcase one’s leadership skills.

He highlights case studies from his one-on-one high-performance coaching sessions with CEOs, executives, and leaders from all fields, showing that no one is immune to bad days. Shaun reassures listeners that it’s okay not to be okay sometimes, but it’s not okay to let those days define you.

Through practical advice and actionable steps, Shaun aims to equip listeners with the tools they need to take responsibility for their lives, even on the days that suck. He challenges his audience to step up, confront their trials head-on, and embrace them as an integral part of the journey toward a fulfilled and high-performing life.

Don’t miss this episode, as Shaun takes you on a transformative journey that will change the way you perceive challenges, stress, and indeed, life itself.