Ryan Hall

Creative Self-Help Powerhouse

Location icon United States of America

I am the author of the 2015 novel Written in the Stone, available on Amazon. I'm the creator and host of the Be a King podcast (available on Google Play and iTunes) which is dedicated to getting the world to start working again by supporting more to become a king - the gentle, heart-centered leaders - in the world. And I'm a 2017 graduate of Accomplishment Coaching. As a coach, I primarily supports men to become kings by embracing their gentle, masculine power. And for better than two years, I've been a contributor to The Good Men Project (goodmenproject.com). I write exclusively on self-help and personal development.

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The Beauty Of The Human Spirit - The Good Men Project

"There's a rainbow on this pavement and it's shining up at me. I'ma rise up like a phoenix cuz I'm through with misery. Oh, my world has never been this low before, and my head is tellin' my heart that this is war." - Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews This is my final article for 2019.

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Guest Blog-A Lesson on How to Nurture Your Inner Child by Ryan Hall ⋆ Conlin Coaching:...

In my guest space here on Bob's blog, I want to give you a lesson on how to nurture your inner child while you execute your bold, grown-up vision for your life. I've got a deep connection with the Winnie the Pooh universe. As a kid, I saw myself as a stand-in for Christopher Robin ...

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Connection May Just Save Your Life - The Good Men Project

"He was a quiet guy. The type of guy you pictured one day taking a gun out and going on a shooting rampage." If you think about it, everybody knows a Craig. I mean, I don't actually know anyone named Craig, but I know I Craig. He was a quiet guy.

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How Can Charlottesville Make Us More Human? - The Good Men Project

"It seems to me that more and more we've come to expect less and less from each other, and I think that should change." - Aaron Sorkin After the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December 2012, I wrote a blog post for my old BlogSpot page.