About – Ozro Hepworth

Hello Beautiful People

As you've proabably guessed, my name is Ozro Hepworth :D. I'm an educator, coach, and master coffee drinker. My style of is bold, powerful, and transformative.

I work best with those struggling with self-doubt, depression, poverty, and a lack of purpose. I help my clients create a paradigm shift within themselves - Which leads them to achieving fulfillment in the areas of life they hold most dear. 

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The Origin Story

Hepworth Family

I was born and raised in a small town in Southern Utah. I'm the oldest of 5 children and if you were to ask anyone in my hometown what I'm known for, it is being a state champion in wrestling. 

After high school, I moved to the "big city". There I worked at a salt factory by night, and went to massage school by day. The biggest thing I learned during this time of my life was how dedicated I could be to a goal once I set my mind to it. I would work a 12 hour shift at night, drive home, shower, and attend an 8 hour school day. I was able to maintain this schedule for the majority of a year. Some may ask, "When did you sleep?" Well, it was on the massage table of course :0

A couple years after graduating massage school, I landed a job with Steiner Leisure, a spa company that runs a majority of the spas on the largest cruise ships in the world. I worked for 3 years as a massage therapist, and 1 year as a spa manager. 

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Cruisin' The Seas

At the age of 21, I boarded a plane in Colorado Springs, Colorado. As I settled into my seat, I found myself looking out the small airplane window and realized my life would never be the same. I told my self, "From this moment on, I will move forward without regrets. I will make the most of this life."

Hours after leaving Colorado Springs, I landed in London, England. There, I spent the next 6-weeks training at the Steiner Leisure facilities. While there, I met people from all over the world, partied like there was no tomorrow, and learned what it was to be who I wanted to be. 

After completing the training, I was assigned my first ship, The Celebrity Millennium. Myself and a fitness trainer boarded a plane in London and found ourselves on our way to Venice, Italy. The next four years of my life were full of adventure, hard work, self-doubt, questionable choices, and lots of memories. 

Living in the City of Angeles

INTERIOR: POOL DECK OF THE SPLENDOR OF THE SEAS (cruise ship) - NIGHT - MOVING

The cruise ship glides through the calm waters of the Caribbean Ocean. The water reflects slices of the full-moon through the windows surrounding the pool deck where crew members of The Splendor of the Sea find themselves dancing to some nice beats, swimming in the pool, chilling in the hot tubs, and chatting at the poolside bar.

Rose, a dancer new to the ship, is sitting at the bar soaking up the good vibes and enjoying her first crew party. Ozro, the spa manager, sees Rose sitting alone and decides to introduce himself, he is also new to the ship and wants to get to know the other crew members.

OZRO

(seats himself in the vacant seat next to Rose)

Hi, my name is Oz, what's your story?

ROSE

(tilts her head and smiles)

Hi, my name is Rose. You know, no one has ever straight up asked me that. Hmm, what's my story?  

OZRO

(Listening to Rose share her story)

Wow, thanks for sharing. Being that your new to the cruise ship life, might I say, you're going to have a lot of fun. On that note, tomorrow we are in St. Thomas. would you like to grab lunch with me and I'll show you around?

ROSE

(Smiling broadly)

Yes, I'd like that.

---And so, began their relationship---

This is how I met the girl who was the catalyst for me moving to Los Angeles, California. To move to Los Angeles in 2007, I had to turn down an opportunity to manage the spa aboard a ship that was going to be cruising around Hawaii... Such is young love :). 

In the end, it didn't work out between her and I. For my part, I still had a lot of growing up to do. I went from living on a cruise ship to living in one of the biggest cities in the world. Let's just say, I didn't adjust well. Nevertheless, once I got settled in LA, I began to feel that I was born to live in the City of Angeles.

Accepting My Limitations

The day is March 14, 2014. I'm at the DMV in Santa Monica, CA to renew my license. The next thing I know my driver's license is being revoked because my physical vision has deteriorated to the point where I am legally blind, and therefore not able to drive.

This was devastating news. I knew my vision was getting worse, but did not want to admit that it had gotten that bad. You see, I have a genetic imbalance that causes a deterioration of my retina. So, obviously, my ability to see well on the road is limited. It was hard to accept and even harder to start to share this weakness with others. 

Thankfully, I came across Brene Brown's work on shame and vulnerability and slowly began to accept my new circumstances and share my struggles with others. Does this mean I'm unshaken by the challenges of being legally blind? NO! However, I have developed gritt and determination that I would have never guest. 

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