Helping People Write Their Life Stories.

How Life Coaching Can Help…

Productivity

Increase your productivity. Learn how to get more done than you ever thought possible.

Performance

Discover the barriers to your best performance in every aspect of life, work, relationships, and family.

Well-Being

Remove the obstacles to feeling your best. Learn to take care of yourself first.

How Our Program Works…

Step #1…

Begin with the Emergence: Mindset course

Step #2…

Have 8 powerful one-on-one zoom coaching calls

Step #3…

Complete weekly activities and assignments

We recommend you start here…

Whether you have a mild interest in Life Coaching or are a Life Coaching veteran, the Emergent: Mindset course holds something for you.

The heart of coaching is the coach-coachee connection. The 1:1 is where this happens. The call laser focuses on what is most important to YOU…

Complete weekly activities and assignments.

Step #4…

Many clients choose to continue coaching one-on-one. Working with a coach in the long term can help to solidify the results you’ve achieved.

Testimonials

“My weekly session with Ryan has given me a new outlook on the way I live my life. He has given me the confidence to set boundaries in relationships and maintain a healthy work/life balance. During our sessions his methods and active listening creates a comfortable environment, allowing me to relax, open up and discover things about myself that I didn’t know existed! His guidance has given me direction and I have become more positive and a better person since I began meeting weekly with Ryan last year!”

Chad W.

“Ryan so clearly practices a profound level of engagement with life, including somatic (yoga) practice, understanding of psychology, and a rich inquiry around all the grand and subtle interactions between identity, self, and the world. As a coach, he listens with a generous curiosity and accesses deep, potent intuition in his responses. In the space of his conversations, insights come with ease and inspiration. He has a powerful grasp of how to organize and structure life so that it fosters authenticity, creativity, and passion. When I listen to Ryan, it feels healthy. When I take his coaching, it consistently makes my life better. Five stars. I can’t recommend him enough.”
Scott C.

“I’m happy to recommend Ryan as a coach. He listens well and deeply, and it’s clear that what you are saying matters to him. Ryan brings good energy. He is affirming and insightful.

I’m really glad he’s in my corner.”
Joan H.

“Working with Ryan helped me gain new perspectives and strategies to set and accomplish my goals. I highly recommend his course to anyone seeking ways to increase their output and gain fresh approaches to mindfulness and self-awareness. Highly recommend!”

Don S.

“I find Ryan to be thoughtful and insightful throughout all of our conversations. I look forward to and value every session we have.”

Chris Z.

Emergence: Mindset Course

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Recent Blog Posts

Life Coaching … (Retch)

I was (and suppose I still am) resistant to the term “Life Coach.” I’ve had a mental block with the concept and had to reprint my marketing material to include the term “life” in the life coaching portion of the logo.

YOGA MINDSET WORKSHOP

On Sunday, November 13th @ 10AM, Join us at East Cincy Yoga for the Yoga Mindset Workshop.

More information and tickets are available at eastcincyogaschool.com.

The Seven Mental Laws

At a time when I was burnt out, tired, hopeless, and ready to give up, I sought books to help. Brian Tracy was one of the first authors I came across that really made an impact. Tracy’s Reinvention was a game changer for me. It was prescriptive, simple, and straightforward. I have consumed several of Tracy’s works, but none was as powerful as Reinvention.

My 40’s Manifesto: Update #9

A new journey calls, a journey (quite frankly) I never thought I’d take. A journey of soul-filling purpose and duty. A Journey biology was genuinely built for. A life-altering new world and path. One I didn’t believe I’d ever live in or on. A world of joy,legacy, and nurturing – in all the best and most challenging ways.  

BOOKCLUB: The Myth of Normal, by Gabor Mate

The book’s title reminds us of a fact of which we are already aware. That normal is a term brought about and supported by science. Normal is the curve’s middle when considering a dataset. None of us are actually there – in the middle. And thus, none of us normal.

Who Are We?

Whether you believe we are godly creations put here as a test to enter eternity in paradise or an aimless spec in the universe’s infinite expanse, one thing is for sure: WE ARE A MIRACLE.

The 25 Year Warranty

It’s hard to explain the fear. There was anger, too. Why didn’t anyone tell me this would be an issue? I was born with a heart defect. It wasn’t clearly explained to me until I was thirty-six. My parents told me it was simply a “hole in my heart.” My brothers...

Chakras: An Introduction

There are seven major chakras: root, sacral, solar plexus, heart, throat, third eye, and crown.The seven are divided into two categories, Matter and Spirit.

My 40’s Manifesto: Update #8

After a disappointing 20s and a heartbreaking 30s, I’m out to have the best decade of my life. I’ve studied the past and applied what I’ve learned to how I’m directing my future. I’m following five tenets that have changed and evolved to this point including connecting and engaging with relationships, being authentic without sacrifice, accepting love with grace, experiencing deeply, and going public.

BOOKCLUB: Breath, by James Nestor

At some point, I became aware that the main benefit I received from yoga was the breathing. The Ujayii – the champion’s breath – is my favorite. I do it most of the day, especially when working on tasks. I’ve wondered if this is the most important thing I’ve learned in my practice. James Nestor seems to have had a similar question as is evident by his 2020 offering Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art.

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BA in Psychology and MBA from Kent State. ENTJ Myers/Briggs and my love language is acts of service. However, I don’t think any of those things should provoke you to read my blog. Hmmm. I want to talk about things we all think about but, can’t freely talk about.

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