44 min

Avoid the Maze with _Ryan Linder_Consultant & Coach _ Personal Development Specialist _8 4 22 AVOID THE MAZE

    • Society & Culture

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Intro music provided by Jeff Brisbin -https://jeffbrisbin.com/ - take a moment and listen to the full version of “I Wish You Enough” – from newclevelandradio.net & Avoid the Maze – We too wish you ENOUGH!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyzqk0thcec


Welcome Ryan as he shares his journey (just a small piece in the allotted time slot).
"Ryan helps listeners cut through all the self-help noise out there.

Everyone wants the perfect formula to stick to personal change, and there is no shortage of self-help books to tell them about the best method to save time or find that elusive success they spend so much time chasing (and is never enough). Perhaps they’ve “read all the books.” They just aren’t doing it.

In his book, The Half-Known Life, Ryan challenges conventional thinking of success, identity, and personal change. Most often, truly-profound life change happens following events that shake people to their core—a car accident, death of a family member, or a cardiac arrest that pulls someone into a moment of clarity. Priorities change when time becomes precious."

https://rslindner.com/

Please subscribe to our youtube page to get notices on all new podcasts as well helping us grow our audience. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewClevelandRadio
Intro music provided by Jeff Brisbin -https://jeffbrisbin.com/ - take a moment and listen to the full version of “I Wish You Enough” – from newclevelandradio.net & Avoid the Maze – We too wish you ENOUGH!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyzqk0thcec


Welcome Ryan as he shares his journey (just a small piece in the allotted time slot).
"Ryan helps listeners cut through all the self-help noise out there.

Everyone wants the perfect formula to stick to personal change, and there is no shortage of self-help books to tell them about the best method to save time or find that elusive success they spend so much time chasing (and is never enough). Perhaps they’ve “read all the books.” They just aren’t doing it.

In his book, The Half-Known Life, Ryan challenges conventional thinking of success, identity, and personal change. Most often, truly-profound life change happens following events that shake people to their core—a car accident, death of a family member, or a cardiac arrest that pulls someone into a moment of clarity. Priorities change when time becomes precious."

https://rslindner.com/

44 min