Are you truly living your life in a way that matches up with what you want it to be? Today’s guest, Ryan Lindner, experienced two serious cardiac episodes at a young age. After falling unconscious sometimes even with clients, he realized how important it was for him to understand his own energy and how to manage and care for it. It’s hard *not* to redefine your life after an event like that, and Ryan made it his mission to help others figure out what truly matters to them so that they could live each day, each moment, present and appreciative of their lives. There truly is no time to waste.
Think about who you are if you don’t list your resume. And if you don’t know, explore that. If you do, explore it more.
We're all just here for a short time. People say life is short all the time, I know that. But again, you don't reflect that in your daily life.We make choices that don't reflect that. And that's all life is – it's all a series of choices you've made about what is and is not important to you.
Every day can be an experiment in trial and error, every day can be a redo. If you find yourself getting trapped in a spiral of your own negative self-talk, try to treat yourself as you would a friend. It takes time but you can grow out of the habit.
Most people gravitate towards familiarity; rejection is not a comfortable feeling. So what do they do, they're gonna go back to the safety of familiarity. And that's why a lot of people don't take those big risks that are really necessary to learn.
“That's all time management is – managing your own energy. When I had to manage my energy after going through a trauma, I didn't have time for the “problems”; I didn't have time to worry about those types of things. My life dramatically shifted after that and [my coaching] sessions shifted as well.”
“If you believe that you're stuck, and you don't have time, then that's true.”
“Every day is a redo. And that's the sort of grace that you can extend to yourself, not just other people.”
“Lately, I've been trying to help this stray cat. She's so tiny and hungry. I've been trying to – I don't know what I'm doing, really. But I look at her, and I just think “I wonder what her life is like” – you know, she doesn't have anyone, she probably has never been touched. [There’s] something beautiful, like, trying to have a relationship with this cat, to where there's trust, and I think I feel more at peace, you know, fulfilling my purpose working with a stray cat, then I would, at any career endeavor.There's just something you know, just beautiful about being there with life.”
ABOUT THE GUEST Ryan Lindner is a personal development specialist who has worked as a behavioral coach for clients and organizations worldwide. After two sudden, unexplained cardiac arrests at a young age, he began to explore with clients the different perspectives that come with any profound, life-changing event.
If you aren’t living, you’re dying. It wasn’t uncommon for Ryan to teeter on unconsciousness even, at times, while working with a client, which required him to prioritize his energy and time. He learned how to assist clients to do the same. Ryan enjoys his time with his family and animals. He finds peace near his favorite spots by the beach.
Ryan’s website: https://rslindner.com/
On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-lindner-96802266/
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RyanLindnerCoaching/
Ryan’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ryanlindnercoaching/
Buy Ryan’s book, “The Half Lived Life”, on Indiebound https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781646636433
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