Everything I'm not…Makes me Everything I am…


I want to apologize to all of my readers for my being away for so long. I’ve had a lot going on but I am back now. I just want to update everybody on what I have been doing for the past month. My luck Sean Whitehas been up and down lately but I am still doing “Better than I deserve!”

As most of you may know, me and my fellow VOLS ended the season with an overtime victory over Kentucky and began our bowl preparations for our game against Virginia Tech in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl. That didn’t turn out so well.

Because of the foot injury that I suffered early into the season, I missed most of the season and had a chance to come back for the bowl practices. Unfortunately, the day after I returned to the practice field, I was injured again, tearing my ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) in my left knee. This was a devastating injury and it is making me consider hanging up my cleats and putting my business suit on for good. I stayed around for the bowl practices but did not go to Atlanta for the game. I made the decision to go home and spend the holidays and bring in the New Year with my daughter and the rest of my family.

After the New Year, I returned to Knoxville for surgery on my knee. I am about two weeks out now and I am well ahead of schedule. I have been doing rehab for 3 hours a day with what I believe is the best medical/training staff in the nation.

Classes have now begun and I’m preparing to launch another business.

All is well and I am still doing “BETTER THAN I DESERVE.”

Part III of “My Motivation for Success” to come tomorrow…


January 27, 2010 - Posted by | My Life... | , ,


  1. Sean,
    Welcome back. I always look forward to your updates. Whatever you choose to do in the next chapter in your life; there is no doubt that it will be a success.

    Comment by Margie Gregory | January 27, 2010 | Reply

    • Thank you. I refuse to not make it happen…

      Comment by Sean White | January 27, 2010 | Reply

  2. I really am proud of you Sean and saying that makes me feel like I’m talking to a child but it’s true. It does my heart well to see you, a young black male, stand up and be such a great father, friend and business man. Keep God in the forefront and He will continue to give you the desires of your heart. Love you buddy!

    Comment by Tina | February 12, 2010 | Reply

    • Thank you! Glad I could help.

      Comment by Sean White | February 12, 2010 | Reply

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