Are you leveraging your “resource of choice” to the fullest?
The simple act of making choices can keep us unstuck and move through new doors of possibility.
However, the fear and uncertainty of doing so might hold us back.
In this week’s episode, Tyler Riverbank joins me to share how he boldly chose what he wanted in life.
He’s running 3 successful businesses as a result of that.
All the while having the time and financial abundance to snowboard every day.
Tune in and learn how to work past the uncertainty,
Choose what you want, take what you get, and then choose again…
…until you’ve designed your ideal life!
Tyler J Rivenbark is an entrepreneur and artist who helps people in their personal, professional and creative lives.
His whole life has been about learning how to activate his choice more and more to be able to be the author of his life.
He has learned that refining his ability to choose and live a life of joyful service has transformed his life to naturally include more happiness, Love and flow in his experience.
He runs a handful of businesses that help people and also supports his expression in the world, including Plato’s Academy, the Institute for Human Creativity, Design & Business Strategy Consulting, his personal art practice and his Counselling & Changework work with clients.
One of his purposes to help shine the light on his clients path to open up their ability to author the life that most fills their heart up with joy, and in turn makes the world a better place for us all.
Knowing that the truth that the more people who can experience a life of well being, the better it is for everyone and the beautiful planet we are blessed to call home.
MLMB Special offerings:
A new Plato’s Academy is beginning April 18th, 2021 and we are offering a $500 discount for the 6 month program through More Business More Life Community.
Listen to the podcast below:
More Business More Life® Podcast Episode 44 – With Tyler J. Rivenbark
The More Business More Life® podcast has been recorded by Napolitan Inc.
It is hosted by the company’s Megaphone channel.
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