When is it time to move on for a bigger purpose? Nathan Seaward loved his job, but knew he was meant for more.
All his life, he dreamed about flying, then he became a pilot; small planes airliners — he got to do it all. Nathan was working in a very successful career as a commercial pilot, flying some of the largest air craft in existence; the mission was not large enough for him.
He always knew he was meant for a bigger purpose. Now, he’s helping others to live an extraordinary life — the bigger impact he knew he was meant for.
Nathan Seaward enjoyed a successful, 16-year career as an airline pilot before becoming a personal coach and host of The Nathan Seaward Show.
He believes, through the process of self discovery and self mastery, entrepreneurs can change the world whilst creating extraordinary lives for themselves and their families.
He supports entrepreneurs to create game changing businesses that help people and the planet in new and innovative ways.
“It was that moment where I kind of realized I’ve gone as far as I wanted to go. It was time to make some difficult choices. And so it’s really that feeling: I love this job, but Really getting true with myself that it wasn’t satisfying everything that I really wanted..”
— Nathan Seaward
From being a successful entrepreneur in the food industry, to leaving at the height of his piloting career to serve others, he’s always lived at the edge of his comfort zone, taking on new and challenging things in service of being his best self and serving the world.
Nathan Seaward sits down with me, Jeremy Ryan Slate, to discuss life, success and living on purpose, on the latest episode of the Create Your Own Life Show.