How To Make The Right Decision

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Yes or no? Stay together or break up? Change careers or stay put?

Oh the discomfort of feeling stuck in indecision!

We try to figure out the best decision – analyzing all data – thinking hard about what to do – running lists of pros and cons in our heads.

Is it really possible to know the best choice to make before we’ve even made it?

Rather than wading in agony, debating what to choose, JUST CHOOSE. Make a choice and align your energy with what you choose.

Rather than worrying about making the right choice, make a choice and then make it the right one.

The Universe will give you feedback along the way to drive you to the next stage of your life.

Surrender the decision and ask to be guided. Make a decision on what feels most aligned and then JUMP. Don’t look back, just go.

The net will not appear until you jump, free fall, flail, calm down and suddenly…it will catch you.

Don’t stay in the stagnant energy of indecision – it will get you nowhere.

There’s no such thing as a wrong decision…as long as you choose something and line up with it in faith.

Certainly there are ways to center yourself to be sure you make a choice from a peaceful, fearless place. Turn to meditation, mindfulness, mantra. Become the awareness so that you aren’t victim of your thoughts. Your mind will offer you a million thoughts per second to keep you from choosing anything at all. Calm yourself first then decide.

I made a week long video series with PopExpert to help you do exactly that. Learn to wake up with a practice that will connect you deeply to your Intuition and creativity. (link this to the sales page?)

Shine bright. Love big. Find Freedom.

Loving you from here,
Ryan

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Why Your Brain is the Control Center to Optimal Health

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Most of us know how much better we feel when we are eating healthy foods, compared to that dreaded feeling of eating too much in one sitting, or eating junky processed and sugary foods. The end result is that sluggish, tired feeling that is a glaring reminder of the negative health effects happening inside our bodies.

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How to Prioritize Your Relationships for True Life Success & Happiness

Nancy Pina Top 20 Emerging Mindfulness Leaders for 2015

Focus on Love. When it works, hearts are happy and emotions stable. We feel secure and able to face any life obstacle. Anyone who has experienced a drama filled relationship, been through a divorce or had their heart broken knows how quickly that lack of stability, generally doused with a touch of fear of the unknown can be all consuming.

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How to Get Healthier with Simple One-Ingredient Meals

Ann Musico Top 20 Emerging Mindfulness Leaders for 2015

The single most important area related to nutrition that will help anyone at any level live better this year is to simplify things by keeping it real. I always try to encourage people to focus their meals around real, fresh, high quality one-ingredient foods.

Begin by choosing one-ingredient foods. That simply means fresh whole foods, rather than packaged, processed, or fast foods. For example, here are some ideas to get you started:

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7 Ways to Simplify Your Business and Inbox (AKA Life)

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Overwhelmed? Join the ranks. Whether you are running your own business, have a cubicle with several office mates, or happen to be in charge of the soccer carpool, you might be feeling overwhelmed.

Stress, worry, and anxiety are not exclusive to any gender, age group, nor socioeconomic status. We’ve all felt a bit burdened from time to time and sometimes it feels the most all consuming when we are the ones running the show.

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The Top 20 Mindful Life Coaches to Watch for 2015

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popexpert is excited to recognize the Top 20 Mindful Life Coaches to Watch for 2015, chosen for their meaningful contributions to the mindful living movement and dedication to creating online learning opportunities for people around the world. These coaches are on a mission to help the world live, work and be more mindful in all aspects of life.

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Expert Insights: Marcey Rader on How To Level-Up Your Productivity

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Name: Marcey Rader

Expertise: Productivity

What inspires you to teach/coach people? I believe that as a society we wear the wrong badges – badges of little sleep, working long hours, a giant inbox and too little time. I want to help people get to what matters most by helping them work smarter and be healthier. I want them to Work Well so they can Play More!

Who was one of your most influential mentors and what’s one of the most important lessons you learned from them? I can’t really pick just one mentor but reading the book The Power of Less was what first got me interested in productivity. My business coach, Megan J. Huber was a great mentor to me in helping me figure out the direction I wanted to take in the first year of my business.

What’s one piece of advice you would give to someone just starting out in your field? Hire a business coach. You may be an expert in your area but that doesn’t mean you are expected to be an expert in marketing and business.

If you could pick one person to spend an hour learning from (they could be anywhere in the world) who would you pick? I would learn from Tim Ferris. I have followed him since his first book and love how his mind works.

What are the benefits of meeting clients over live video? I think it is much more productive. Besides not having commute time, people are less likely to get distracted. Also, as opposed to a phone call, you can tell when a person is not paying attention and there eyes are scanning their computer screen because they are reading their email!

Debbie Gioquindo on the Wonders of Wine

debbie-gioquindoName: Debbie Gioquindo, CSW, WLS

Expertise: Wine

What inspires you to teach/coach people? Wine is complicated and I don’t want people to be intimidated by it.

Who was one of your most influential mentors and what’s one of the most important lessons you learned from them? Michael Migliore from Whitecliff Vineyards. I learned all about the process of making wine from him. Working in the field to blending the finished product. You always have to be thinking about what comes next.

What’s one piece of advice you would give to someone just starting out in your field? Network with others in your field. People love to share experience and advice.

If you could pick one person to spend an hour learning from (they could be anywhere in the world) who would you pick? Gina Gallo

What are the benefits of meeting clients over live video? It’s personal when you meet clients over video. It brings people together as if you are sitting having coffee, (okay a glass of wine) together, even though you might be on different ends of the world.