Superhero Secrets: Bo Eason, Part 1

Bo Eason might be best-known as an NFL player, but that seems like a lifetime ago.

Today, Bo runs an event called the Personal Story of Power, in addition to working as a Broadway playwright, actor and a motivational speaker. These careers sound incredibly different to most people. But not Bo, who argues that most work is performance-based. Master one performance, like football, and you can more easily master another, like acting.

“People make the mistake of refusing to put all their time into one thing, thinking that it’s not going to work out,” Bo explains in the above video. “Well, it’s definitely going to work out. Maybe not for ballet, but for whatever you’re going into next. It works.”

So what prompted Bo to move from the football field to the stage? And how did that inspire the Personal Story of Power? Watch the video above to find out!

Want more? Learn more about Bo at his website, Instagram or Twitter. Then, let us know what you thought in the comments, on Facebook or Tweet us @SuperheroYou! Don’t forget to check back next week for Part 2.

Written by Sasha Graffagna

Bo Eason might be best-known as an NFL player, but that seems like a lifetime ago.

Today, Bo runs an event called the Personal Story of Power, in addition to working as a Broadway playwright, actor and a motivational speaker. These careers sound incredibly different to most people. But not Bo, who argues that most work is performance-based. Master one performance, like football, and you can more easily master another, like acting.

“People make the mistake of refusing to put all their time into one thing, thinking that it’s not going to work out,” Bo explains in the above video. “Well, it’s definitely going to work out. Maybe not for ballet, but for whatever you’re going into next. It works.”

So what prompted Bo to move from the football field to the stage? And how did that inspire the Personal Story of Power? Watch the video above to find out!

Want more? Learn more about Bo at his website, Instagram or Twitter. Then, let us know what you thought in the comments, on Facebook or Tweet us @SuperheroYou! Don’t forget to check back next week for Part 2.

Written by Sasha Graffagna

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