In Episode 2785 of The Strong Life Project Podcast, Shaun O’Gorman delves into a question that perplexes many: Why is it so easy to see solutions for other people but so challenging to find answers for ourselves? With his wealth of experience in high-performance coaching and stress management, Shaun brings a unique lens to this universal dilemma.

Drawing on his years as a Police tactical K9 handler and the profound journey he took through PTSD and depression, Shaun digs deep into the psychology that often blinds us to our own solutions. He talks about how emotional investment and ego can cloud our judgment and make us less objective about our own circumstances.

Through real-life anecdotes and practical wisdom, Shaun provides actionable strategies for breaking free from this tunnel vision. He emphasizes the importance of self-awareness, objective self-assessment, and the role of mentors and coaches in providing that external viewpoint that can often illuminate our path.

Whether you’re a CEO, an executive, a business owner, or anyone who finds themselves stuck in their own narrative, this episode offers invaluable insights to help you step out of your own story and become a more effective problem solver—not just for others, but for yourself.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from a man who has walked the hard path to a high-performing life, and now dedicates himself to helping others do the same.