Ryan Mullens is a practitioner of self-leadership/emotional intelligence and currently works as a leadership consultant in Canada’s largest health region. He also currently teaches business leadership at Mount Royal University in Calgary Alberta. Ryan’s wish is to help people experience the freedom that comes with knowing one's self. Ryan is also the founder of Memory Anchor/Faces of Valour, a veteran founded business which is dedicated to using technology to help us remember our fallen.
In this episode, Ryan and I explore emotional intelligence. How can we begin to take responsibility for our lives and let go of the victim mindset? Ryan also explains the work he is doing in the world; Teaching individuals to let go of the judgement they hold of themselves and others and how we can begin putting our attention on who we want to be.
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I love discussing the deeper questions of the universe like:
Why are we here?
Where are we going?
How did we come to be?
And when I look out into the world, I want to know, and hear from some incredible guests, how to make it a better place for all.
On Quantum Coffee we will be curiously exploring the deeper, unanswerable questions of the universe, and how we can continue to work towards a brighter vision of the future.
It's time to shift the collective story we've been telling about the world and continue exploring new possibilities through open conversations about our personal growth, connection and transformation into a higher way of being.
What story do you want to tell?
Together, we'll be finding out what our guests believe about the universe, the purpose of life, their ideas around God, and what they think happens after death.
We'll also be discussing their personal journeys of transformation as well as any ideas that might help us shift the collective story of the world.
Some of the topics that we consistently cover include plant medicine, ayahuasca, transformation and growth, mindfulness, spirituality, change, Divinity, death, and God.
Inspirations for the show include Aubrey Marcus, Russell Brand, Duncan Trussell, and so many more.
Hold onto your space boots because I don't pretend to know the answers, but I sure love to explore the possibilities...