"F#@k It: Why Not Me?" - A Journey of Perseverance with Ryan Cooper
In this episode of The Tragedy Academy Podcast, host Jay Hicks sits down with entrepreneur and author Ryan Cooper as he shares his inspiring story of overcoming adversity. Despite growing up with a bipolar mother and later being diagnosed with the same mental illness, Ryan persevered to become the successful entrepreneur and author he is today. He talks about his book, "Fuck It: Why Not Me," and the legacy he's striving to leave behind. Listeners will be moved by Ryan's resilience and perseverance, even in the face of life's toughest challenges. 🎙️
In this episode, we hear the remarkable story of Ryan Cooper, a man who has faced more than his fair share of adversity. From growing up with a bipolar mother to being diagnosed with the same mental illness, Ryan has had to navigate some challenging circumstances. However, his story is one triumph over tragedy, and he's here to share his experiences and insights with our listeners.
Ryan is an entrepreneur and author, and in this episode, he talks about his book "Fuck It: Why Not Me" and the inspiration behind it. We'll also hear about his diagnosis, how he manages stress and his passion for sports and coaching. Ryan's journey is one of resilience, optimism, and determination, and he will inspire anyone who listens to this episode.
💡 The inspiration behind "Fuck It: Why Not Me?"
⚕️ Coping with bipolar disorder
😩 Strategies for managing stress
🧘 Finding mindfulness through coaching
😬 Dealing with animosity in the home
Guest Bio: Ryan Cooper is an entrepreneur and author of the book "Fuck It: Why Not Me." He has faced numerous challenges, including growing up with a bipolar mother and being diagnosed with the same mental illness. Despite these obstacles, Ryan has become a successful entrepreneur and coach, using his experiences to inspire and motivate others.
- "I wrote the book for me, but I released it for the world." - Ryan Cooper
- "I never want to let my diagnosis define me." - Ryan Cooper
- "Therapy has been one of the best things for me." - Ryan Cooper
- "Coaching is my mindfulness." - Ryan Cooper
- "I never lost love for my mother, but there was a period where I resented her." - Ryan Cooper.
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CTA for Guest: Connect with Ryan Cooper on his website or social media channels to learn more about his book, "Fuck It: Why Not Me," and his work as an entrepreneur and coach. Ryan's story is one of resilience and determination, and he's sure to inspire you to overcome any challenges you might face. 🤩
Conclusion: In this episode of The Tragedy Academy, we learned about Ryan Cooper's triumph over adversity. From growing up with a bipolar mother to being diagnosed with the same mental illness, Ryan has faced numerous challenges. However, through perseverance and optimism, he has come out the other side with gratitude and triumph.
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