Stephen Seal completed his undergraduate studies in South Africa, graduating cum laude and valedictorian, he went on to complete a master’s degree at Trinity College, Dublin and a second master’s at Oxford University. He is currently studying toward a PhD through King’s College London. He has spent years helping people reach their full potential and has a passion for helping find true meaning and success in life. He has spent years in pastoral care and counselling and has first-hand knowledge of what it means to help real people in real situations. In 2006 he founded a successful corporate consultancy firm whose clients include small and large firms, government and non-government organisations as well as multinational corporations. He has delivered seminars and workshops to thousands of people in the areas of management, success, leadership, communication and diversity. He lives with his wife in Oxford.
Stephen Seal’s approaches the topic of success from a unique point of view; encouraging us not only to accept our failures but to embrace them and to seek out further failures. In so doing we are free of the crippling guilt that society has instilled in us and liberated to focus on what we really want. Seal urges us to consciously and continuously fail proudly in order to succeed.