Renegade Profile: Writer Dad, Sean Platt

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Platts01This week’s Renegade Profile is writer, dad and creator of, believe it or not, the web’s best potty-training info-product—Sean Platt. You can find Sean at WriterDad.com and @writerdad on twitter.

In our interview, you’ll discover:

  • Why Sean decided to leave a mainstream job to create his own future
  • How he and his wife started their own school
  • How they not only taught little kids, but became known as the potty-training whisperers
  • What led Sean to start turning to the online world
  • How he launched a blog that got dozens of comments on each post within weeks
  • How his relationship with his wive and kids has empowered his online journey
  • How a “rival” online dad became his close friend and biz collaborator
  • How he bridges the gap between his online persona and his true self without losing his authenticity
  • Where he’s going and how he’s making money from his blog
  • And, much more…

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3 responses to “Renegade Profile: Writer Dad, Sean Platt”

  1. Andy Hayes says:

    Really resonated with this one…especially with the ‘indentured servitude’ bit. 🙂
    .-= Andy Hayes´s last blog ..Darlene and Thomas Talk about Life after 40 =-.

  2. Jerret says:

    Very disappointed with the language. I can throw around curse words with the best of any sailor. But I think there’s a time and a place.

    It’s hard for me to take someone serious when they talk passionately about running a pre-school in one breath and cuss about something else a few minutes later.

    Call me old fashioned or a prune but I can tell you from my own experience that foul language is a credibility killer.

    I guess we should ask ourselves, “If my children were in the room, would I say the same words?”. I would have thought someone with “Dad” as a major part of their platform would understand and easily be able to answer that question. I’ve been proven wrong.

    Just a thought.

  3. Asher says:

    Thanks for your knowledge sharing. I read your blog with love & passion.
    Here in my country Uganda Education system is completely bouring and its directed at Job seeking rather than Creation & Tarent.
    Jonathan Fields’ Career Renegade has given me courage to answer my dream of starting up a CAREER RENEGADE SCHOOL. What i need is your help and if possible your patternish.
    Thanks once again Jonathan Fields.

    Regards,
    Asher Tugume Mushana,
    Kampala -Uganda.
    Telephone: +256-0712-701155