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Through interviews, stories, and research, Ryan Hanley examines how insurance professionals reach peak performance in life and business. Why subscribe to The Ryan Hanley Show? CURIOSITY. I’m curious about how people get better at the business of insurance. I’m curious about how people find meaning in their life. I’m curious about how people overcome obstacles (most notably the ones they put in front of themselves). I’m curious about life, our planet, aliens, drugs, money, government, and a m ...
 
Start your day with one simple thing you can do in the next 24 hours to be your better self--not so you can be a perfect person. Or even a good person! Just... better. I wrote the book "How to Be a Better Person" after "be a better person" topped the list of most popular New Year's resolutions for the first time ever. This podcast builds on the ideas in that book and is intended to be like the little angel on your shoulder, providing a counter narrative to the negative thoughts and impulses ...
 
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This week I’m talking about rest. Not sleep, per se, but giving yourself what you need so that you can feel restored. And today I’m answering a question from a listener named Libby, who writes: “I’m having a hard time relaxing lately. It’s not necessarily that I’m stressed, it’s just that I find that I’m rarely doing nothing. I’m trying to be effic…
 
In this episode, we break down the exact process Ryan Hanley uses at Rogue Risk to close 89% of inbound insurance leads. Yes, that's right. This process, executed properly, results in enormous conversation rates for inbound leads. Listen and learn for yourself... Resources Mentioned: Reach out to Ryan Hanley Rouge Risk Finding Peak SIAA…
 
When you’re in the midlife realm, t’s really easy to focus on the changes that your hair, face, skin, body are experiencing and label them as negative and feel bummed out. Some days it’s like, how do I present myself in this new reality? So today I am sharing my go-to, number-one strategy for feeling fabulous–even when I don’t really feel fabulous.…
 
This week is all about feeling good about how you look, especially when you’re in that midlife spin cycle where you feel like your appearance is changing before your very eyes. Today we're homing in on skincare at midlife--because your skin is literally the face you present to the world as well as an important component of health. And like every ot…
 
This week I’m talking about how to have a grown-up glow up. Glow up is what my kids call a makeover. But it’s not this radical transformation that we used to think of as a makeover–it’s more about highlighting your natural beauty and glowing from within because you love the way you look. Today I’m sharing a mantra that can help you glow up as a gro…
 
Take my one-question survey! (Thank you!) One of the most common barriers to making a positive change is time. We tell ourselves things like “I just don’t have time” or “there aren’t enough hours in the day,” and over time, telling yourself that you don’t have enough time to do the things you want and need to do creates a feeling of what behavioral…
 
Take my one-question survey! (Thank you!) Today I’m sharing two motivation secrets that can help you get going with whatever change you’re trying to make, and then help you keep going. One of them is pleasant, and the other, frankly, is kinda unpleasant. But it’s necessary, and it tends to work pretty well. So let’s break it down. This episode spon…
 
Take my one-question survey! (Thank you!) I’ve been doing a lot of reading about habits and behavior change for a book project I’m working on and I’ve learned some cool stuff about how to make it easier for yourself to do the things you want to do–especially when those things are new, or at least outside your typical day-to-day experience. And sinc…
 
Today we're joined by Mark McClure and Kim Read of Tivly, formerly CommercialInsurance.net, Tivly is a leading provider of new customers and services to the insurance industry. Tivly works with insurance agents, brokers and carriers looking to connect with specific types of businesses who are actively searching for insurance coverage. In this episo…
 
Today I’m talking about an overall approach to life that helps keep your mind open and your brain sharp, now and well into the future. And that attitude is to be a lifelong learner. A lot of people think they can do their beloved crossword or sudoku and keep their brains strong. But what I’ve been learning by working on a book with my last guest, D…
 
Today I'm interviewing Dr. Heather Sandison, who is the founder of the Solcere medical clinic and the residential elder care facility in Marama in Southern California–the first memory care facility to have the goal of returning its residents to independent living. Heather is working on a book where she details her evidence-based approach--full disc…
 
A recent survey found that sixty-four percent of all Americans say that their biggest fear about growing older is that they will suffer from dementia. I share that fear! So this week I’m diving into some evidence-based strategies you and I and everyone can implement to take great care of those beautiful brains of ours, so that it can take care of u…
 
Remember how bewildering and awkward and silly puberty was?? Well, midlife is basically puberty in reverse. Huge hormonal shifts. The dawn of a new phase of life. A body you may or may not recognize. As the mother of a 14 year old daughter, I can see the similarities between us and you know what? A lot of it is awesome. Come find out why. This epis…
 
Thinking about today’s episode the lyric from “Landslide” keep running through my head: “Children get older and I’m getting older too.” Whew! Deep. Today I’m talking to Meagan Francis, host of the podcast Mother of Reinvention, mom of 5 kids (who range in age from 13 - 25), somewhat recently divorced, self-employed since she was 25 years old, and n…
 
I’ve been talking to friends and hearing from listeners that a lot of you are pondering life changes–maybe it’s because the kids are grown, or just because it’s time to switch things up. Or maybe your hand is being forced because you’re dealing with some kind of health thing. The common theme I’ve detected is that it’s happening at midlife. It has …
 
Now that I’ve gotten to do a deep dive into everyone else’s planning process, I’m psyched to incorporate pieces from everyone’s approach into my own. I took last year off from planning–after the pandemic years, I just wasn’t in the mood, frankly. So this year, I’m feeling pumped and hope you are too. Today I’m sharing the details of what I’m doing,…
 
I don’t know about you but I just love hearing how different people go about their New Year’s planning, and today’s guest offers a totally cool and different take on the process. I’m talking with Kimothy Joy, an artist, mentor, and author of a series of really cool guided journal/organizer hybrids called “Focus Pocus.” Kimothy’s process helps you b…
 
In this throwback episode of The Ryan Hanley Show, Ryan Hanley interviews Gordon Coyle, founder, and president of The Coyle Group. Gordon is a risk management and insurance services firm specializing in liability products. He joins the podcast and explains how he's using video to create inbound leads in specialty liability insurance. This is an epi…
 
The New Year’s Plan Jam keeps rolling today with my interview with Jessica Tudos, a professional organizer and life designer who helps people who are multi-passionate (raising my own hand here) take good care of all the parts of their lives and all the things they care about. This is my second time interviewing Jessica (she came on to talk about li…
 
Welcome to Day 2 of the first ever New Year’s Plan Jam. Today, I’m replaying an interview with Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a New York City cardiologist who specializes in helping women take care of their hearts (because, after all, heart disease is the number one killer of women–take that, breast cancer). While not an interview on New Year’s planning pe…
 
Welcome to the first ever New Year’s Plan Jam! This week, I’m interviewing four different types of experts and asking them to share their own personal New Year’s planning rituals and routines. (I’ll share my own on Friday, too.) First up is Sarah Hart-Unger, host of the Best Laid Plans podcast (who was on the show earlier this fall during the week …
 
You know how it can be so hard to wake up? Maybe it’s cold outside, you didn’t sleep great, you’ve got a lot of stuff to get done that day and you just don’t want to do it? But you drag yourself out of bed and get going but maybe never really shake off the sluggishness? Today’s self-care can help you feel more alive and strengthen your immune syste…
 
You know how your energy can conk out in the afternoon? And you start craving something to perk you back up, and maybe something to distract you and keep you going for another couple hours until the work day is through? Today’s quick self-care tip is delicious, restorative, feels like a treat, and is so so good for you and can get you in some reall…
 
You MUST answer only one question in 2023 to maximize your success. Are you building a lifestyle or growth agency? There is no right or wrong answer. The only mistake is not taking the question seriously. In this special episode of The Ryan Hanley Show, we break down why this question is so important and how your answer creates a filter for all dec…
 
Your nervous system is an information super highway that dictates how stressed you feel, how well you’re sleeping and digesting, and whether you want to bite someone’s head off. Today I’ve got three easy ways for you to communicate with your nervous system and help it help you. No supplies needed. This episode sponsored by: Better Help Learn more a…
 
When you’ve been sitting all day you feel it in your body–your neck and shoulders get tight, maybe you get a headache, you’re fatigued… blech. Today’s 5-minute self-care is something you can do that requires NO EFFORT and brings your body back into a better alignment that is also profoundly relaxing. This episode sponsored by: Better Help Learn mor…
 
During this holiday hullabaloo, when it may feel like time is at a premium, I’m focusing on sharing EASY, FAST, and MEGA-POWERFUL ways to show yourself some TLC. First up is something that refreshes your eyes, brain, and spirit and has even been shown to help patients recovering from surgery get out of the hospital faster and be less crabby to thei…
 
Anxiety is often the result of living in the future--thinking about what hasn’t happened yet, perhaps even dreading it. Of course, it’s not bad to think about the future--you do want to give thought to where you’re headed and planning is generally a pretty handy skill to have–BUT, like anything else, it can become a habit. Living in the future can …
 
In this episode of The Ryan Hanley Show, we're joined by Helen and Dave Edwards, founders of Sonder Studios and authors of Make Better Decisions: How to Improve Your Decision-Making in the Digital Age, an essential guide to practicing the cognitive skills needed for making better decisions in the age of data, algorithms, and AI. Do not miss this in…
 
I’ve heard anxiety described as “excitement without breath,” Meaning, anxiety isn’t 100 percent bad. In fact, it’s often a sign that we are up to something big, or important. In today’s episode, I’m sharing a breathing technique that brings breath into the picture and helps you get out of that locked-up, stressed-out, worried state. It’s easy, and …
 
I’m re-airing an interview from December 2020 with Leigh Medeiros, a screenwriter and creativity coach who has lived with anxiety for over 30 years and is working on a memoir about how it’s affected her life. You’ll hear some references to the height of the pandemic, but certainly, the things Leigh shares about understanding anxiety and learning to…
 
You could spend most of the day and night worrying–and how unproductive and unpleasant is that? Today I’m sharing how to put up some boundaries around your attention so that you set aside specific time and space for worrying–a technique I learned about from a 9-year-old. This episode sponsored by: Better Help Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
This week I’m talking about anxiety. I mean, mid-December–‘tis the season, isn’t it? Lots to do, lots of expectations to manage, lots of opportunities to feel like your experience doesn’t match the cultural narrative of how the holidays are ‘supposed’ to be. Sometimes anxiety is absolutely appropriate. But many times it isn’t a match for whatever i…
 
This week I’ve been sharing new ways of thinking that can help you stay in a more positive place. And today I wanted to answer a listener question that relates to this idea, and offers a mindset hack to help. Camille from Canada writes, “Lately I’ve realized that I spend a lot of time–too much time–and energy on worrying about other people. I love …
 
I’m guessing that the voice you use to talk to yourself isn’t currently all that friendly or supportive. So today’s mindset hack is to try on a new inner voice. (My current fave? Dolly Parton! Or, my dog, if she could speak English). This episode sponsored by: Better Help Nutrafol promo code “BETTER” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphon…
 
A mode of thinking that can really keep us stuck in that place of feeling upset and down and small-minded is judgment, whether we’re judging other people, or judging ourselves. So today I’m replaying an interview from 2020 that breaks down what judgment is, and how we can understand where it comes from so that we can work with it more skillfully. H…
 
How many times have you beaten yourself up for spending money or time on something that didn’t end up panning out? It’s easy to do, because we tend to think of time and money as zero sum games--once they’re gone, they’re gone, and they’re never coming back. Which is not actually true. So let’s break up the shame cycle that is all too often built in…
 
In this busy holiday month, I’m coming to you with some mindset hacks–little pivots in your thinking that can help things feel a lot less stressful and give you more energy and resilience at any time of year. Today’s mindset hack is to start training yourself to look for the loving reason why something has happened. When I say loving reason, I mean…
 
You can be generous in some ways, and stingy in others. And it’s really fascinating to start to unpack where you are a natural giver, and where you might be more likely to freeze up and think, oh heck no. Maybe those are areas that you can think about differently and find your way to feeling more generous; but maybe those are just things that don’t…
 
"Seek out pain, fall in love with suffering." - David Goggins In this episode of The Ryan Hanley Show, we break why seeing comfort, even if it's comfort in being uncomfortable, is the worst course of action to reach success. "Discomfort is your friend." - Joe Rogan Big shout out to Chris Paradiso for the inspiration on this one, don't miss it… Reso…
 
While giving is often energizing, there are definitely times when it’s draining. Or even upsetting. It can leave you feeling taken advantage of, or unappreciated. And that doesn’t feel good. In addition, sometimes *your* giving can make the person you’re trying to give to feel bad--micromanaged, or like you think they aren’t capable. So today, let’…
 
We think about giving to others in very practical ways, but there are ways that you can give to people emotionally, too. And some of them feel good. But others, really don’t. Today I talk with Damon Brown, a coach for non-traditional entrepreneurs who does a lot of emotional support in his line of work, as well as a multi-time author (links to his …
 
If you’ve ever had the thought that you could stand to be a more generous person, I hope today’s episode will show you that there are SO many ways to be giving–well beyond giving money or time–and that something you hear today will get you into the higher energy state of seeking to be of service to others. This episode sponsored by: Better Help Giv…
 
When you think of what being a better person means, I’m guessing that being generous is one of the first things that pops to mind. BUT, that’s not to say that we have to be 100% selfless, or always put others first, or give until it hurts. So, how do we find that balance? Let’s start by looking at the benefits of being generous–not for the other pe…
 
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