The Nathan Seaward Show

Do you want to create an extraordinary life? A life that is beyond the ordinary? Join me every week as I dive into all the elements of creating an extraordinary life. From creating a business and mission that pull you forward, to deepening your connections, inner peace and sense of adventure, you’ll find it all here on the show.
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Jul 23, 2019

This week on the show, Marshal Gillen joins me to talk about leaving an impact on people's lives, on how his life changes everyday, feeling good about yourself and learning to love yourself.

I also shared how week went and my experience watching the live recording of Stephen Colbert of The Late Show.

Marshal and I discuss:

  • How one person can have a tremendous impact on other people's lives

  • Making an impact by leaving blueprints of yourself and a message to remember

  • Finding the emotion that creates the inspired action that creates the results

  • Learning as fast as he can about the things he wants to learn about

  • Setting an intention every single morning to have his life change and waking up creating space and allowing more energy

  • What happens to consciousness when we die

  • Listening to how you feel and being attuned to who you are

  • Being able to give another person some knowledge or experience to be able to free themselves

  • Going through burnout and pushing one's self excessively

  • How men can step up and create a space where one can honestly open up with what one is feeling

  • How we limit how much happiness we allow ourselves to experience and finding ways to sabotage ourselves as soon as we exceed the limit

  • Choosing how you want to lead and the type of leader you want to be

  • Letting people understand that it is okay to get in touch with their feelings

  • When we are feeling and connecting then we can raise consciousness at a global level

  • On learning about self-love and feeling good about one's self

  • Fear is just a made up story you keep telling yourself

  • On surrounding yourself with people that believe in you

  • The past is gone and the future is not real. The future is never going to be tomorrow, it is always right now

More about Marshal

Marshal Gillen is an inspirational speaker, lifestyle entrepreneur and author based out of San Diego. Marshal transforms lives through storytelling and throwing epic personal development parties.

Jul 10, 2019

This week on the show, Zion Kim joins me to talk about getting into entrepreneurship, overcoming burn out, sharpening your skills, growing your business and people’s relationship to their work.

I also shared how I’ve been spending my week and how I’m having more time reflecting and being in creative mode. It has been super exciting coming up with tons of business ideas. I have realised that I am best utilised when I am being creative and visionary.


  • The biggest reason why Zion and his fiancé moved to Austin
  • How his housemate who went to a military academy inspired him to want to do something big
  • Their house being raided by the police and how he ended in the jail
  • His realisation while being in jail and how he started his first business after he got out
  • Appreciating how one properly runs a business and developing a lot of compassion for other entrepreneurs
  • Having a hard time asking for help because of the little knowledge he has
  • Started learning social media and how it helped the business to survive
  • Growing his business and network and understanding what mentorship really meant
  • Having a lot of failed companies and how he completely burnt himself out
  • Feeling depressed and losing his confidence as an entrepreneur
  • Started a digital agency just to keep on getting better at the skill and competency of digital marketing
  • Sharpening his skills by working with various million dollar companies
  • Taking care of yourself first so that you can then think about taking care of others
  • Completely removing “sacrifice” from the vocabulary and the core values in his company because the moment one is sacrificing, it means someone has to lose
  • Importance of entrepreneurs doing what they care for
  • A better you is a better world
  • Letting purpose find you through action
  • Most business problems are personal problems
  • Victim versus responsibility
  • The difficult part of the process is finding out how much you are willing to step up to the things you don’t want to see
  • 3 biggest mindsets for people transitioning into entrepreneurship
  • One reason companies don’t grow is that they are not super clear on who it is they want to serve, the problem they want to help them with, and the outcome or solution that’s tied to that problem
  • Launch the product and serve the people really well
  • If you want feedback, ask for money. If you want money, ask for feedback
  • 2 foundational reasons of “imposter syndrome”
  • The best entrepreneurs are the ones who find the opportunity and then find the right people to solve that problem
  • Misalignment of our own personal values causes depression

More about Zion

Zion is the CEO of 1MT and the co-creator of the R.O.I. Method and the founder of Project Nuclear. He was kicked out of business school his freshman year and has since started six, 6 and 7 figure companies, two of them while still an undergrad. His company 1MT is currently on a mission to support 1 million entrepreneurs to 7 figures and beyond to add a trillion dollars to the global economy.

Jul 3, 2019

This week on the show, Ketan Makwana joins me to talk about his entrepreneurship journey, on losing his job, mindsets, innovations and overcoming failures.

Ketan and I discuss:

  • How Ketan got into business while having a background in IT, electronics and healthcare
  • Being one of the victims of the economic crash and how it turned his life upside down
  • Having a mindset that there are more than one answer to any questions
  • Moving from employment to self-employment then into business
  • Losing a job and starting a business can both create a lot of stress
  • When running a business, you are responsible for creating a system.
  • Entrepreneurship is not about business, or a way of life or way of thinking. It’s how enterprising are you.
  • Creating your system within a system
  • Huge societal expectation around education
  • Whatever you are doing in life, don’t look at your destination. Look at what you’re doing there and then.
  • Starting a business is both exciting and terrifying.
  • Advice on starting a business:
    -  Understand how to be honest to yourself
    - Know and realize when it’s a trap, a mistake or error in your judgment
    - Ask for help
  • You have to feel the vibration of every activities that you undertake.
  • Learning about what you did to maneuver your failures and how you are going to maneuver moving forward
  • Working smart than working hard
  • On being a Special Advisor to the Prime Minster on Youth Policy
  • We all have these genius within us.

More about Ketan

Ketan is a renowned international & TEDx Speaker, serial entrepreneur and mentor. He has started, scaled and sold multiple businesses in the last 7 years.

In a response to the emerging skills gap between education to employment and enterprise, Ketan launched Enterprise Lab which has evolved into a disruptive agency supporting Mindset, Attitude, Behaviour development serving over 100,000 people a year across the world.

In 2012, Ketan founded and delivered Youth Enterprise Live backed by the Prime Minister and the UK’s largest event focused on Education, Employment and Enterprise for 15-30 year olds. Leading on from this, he took a position as Special Advisor to the Prime Minster on Youth Policy.