First-Aid Kit for Emotions with Ryan Stanley

Season 1: Episode 41

In this episode, Ryan shares with us why he wrote Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful – a book that is truly a work of art. He shares with us the significance of embracing a creator mindset. We also unpack his definition of patience. Ryan shares how we must slow down if we ever want to truly experience the now. In his book, Ryan writes,“Know that ‘now” is all there actually is and when we’re not being present, we’re often ruining ‘now’ with a fear about the past or a future that may or may not even exist.” Listen and learn what’s holding you back from being present.

About Ryan

Ryan is a lifelong entrepreneur who is known for his impressively natural ability to connect with, understand and empower those who are willing to make significant changes in their personal and professional lives so they can end up being the best versions of themselves. Since graduating from The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) in 2009 as a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) Ryan has changed the lives of hundreds of clients from all walks of life. More recently, Ryan has also been working at his alma mater as both an Admissions Coach, where he closed almost $22 Million in sales in 8 years, and as their first ever Internal Coach where he coached staff from entry level to C suite on everything from daily professional growth to how they want to show up energetically in other more personal areas of their life.

In July of 2019 Ryan published his first book titled ‘Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful: A First Aid Kit for the Emotional Bumps, Scrapes, and Bruises of Life’.

In the Spring of 2020 Ryan took his sales and coaching expertise to new levels by co-founding Teach Me to Sell, an online Sales Training Organization focusing on working closely with Service Oriented SoloPreneurs or SOS’s (Coaches, Consultants, Direct Sales) as well as those new to any sales role in purpose driven organizations to help them push past fears and blocks around sales.


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