Jason R. Ayers

Jason R. Ayers

Episode 141


How To Stop Your Stories From Destroying Your Life

There’s so much wisdom in knowing yourself.

How do you create an inspiring vision for your life and then turn that vision into your everyday reality?

I believe we all have an idea of the kind of life we want to live. We all have dreams we want to fulfil and an inner knowing of who we could be and what would make our hearts sing.

The question is, are you giving yourself permission to articulate that vision and then take the steps necessary to bring it to life?

If this is an area of your life where you could do with a hand, this episode’s guest is your man!

I’m super pumped to introduce your new friend, Mr Jason R. Ayers.

Jason is an entrepreneur, operations optimizer, process engineer, and relentless problem-solver with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. He has spent most of his life studying leadership, the psychology of achievement, performance management, systems, marketing, automation, business, and sales.

He’s a certified Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner, which helps him to get his clients into action when they’re feeling stuck, trapped, or blocked.

Above all, Jason is a problem-solving Integrator who empowers people to not only create their visions but to expand them into their fullest potential. So if you’re looking for a shot of inspiration so you can live into the fullness of who you are and your vision for your life, this episode is for you.

Jason is an incredible human who moves through life with a beautiful tempo and speed. He’s a man who’s passionate about doing the inner work necessary to extract your true vision, and is well versed in dancing with the shadows as well as the light.

I just loved diving into the rabbit hole with this inspiring man to talk about all of this good stuff!

  1. How to create the space to be introspective.
  2. Why time is relative.
  3. Exactly where do our limiting stories come from?
  4. The importance of exploring shadow work.
  5. Why playing small keeps you safe.
  6. The important difference between desire and choice.
  7. How travel can shift your perspective.
  8. Jason’s mountain analogy for limitless living.
  9. What happens when you make the choice to not walk this path alone.
  10. How to save yourself a lot of anguish.
  11. And more.

If you know you could be doing more with your life and you’re excited to discover the right path for you, I encourage you to carve out some time for Jason. You never know, you might just hear the thing you need to move forward in an aligned and inspired way.

JR.ason Ayers