Dr. Scot Conway – Transformational Vocabulary
This week, we are honored to speak with Ohana Master, Dr. Scot Conway. Scot Conway is a martial arts grandmaster. He has authored three dozen books and nearly as many training programs. He says he “spent way too much time in school,” earning a law degree and a Ph.D. As a pastor, counselor, attorney, coach and more, he lives his life to be a “hero maker” of others.
In this conversation, we cover a wide range of topics including how to address facts over feelings, transformational vocabulary in our personal identity, prayer, faith, conflict resolution in relationships, and his O.H.A.N.A. methodology . . . just to name a few topics.
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