Ep. 324: Just Two Choices with Rico Racosky
43 min

On this episode, Ashdin is joined by Rico Racosky. Rico is a former pilot and flight instructor for the US Air Force and currently flies for a major US airline.
Rico follows and teaches the amazing and fascinating idea behind 'Just 2 Choices' - that is the idea that everything in our lives comes down to just two choices. He talks about how he started believing in this ideology, why he started teaching it to 4th and 5th graders as well, the connection of the just-2-choices approach to aviation, the advantages if teaching with visuals, how Rico starts when teaching the 'Just 2 Choices' approach, how he explains this philosophy to someone, talks about what 'high-vibe' means - a term he likes to use, how he wants to make people aware that they've always been using this 2 choices approach, the difference between options and choices, how life is about the small choices and not the big ones, how one should avoid excuses from becoming habits, how choices can only be made in the present moment - not in the past, not in the future, how our minds are tuned for stress aversion, how we can make the 'Just 2 Choices' approach into a habit, and lots more. Tune in for a truly fascinating conversation.

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Check our Rico' book: https://www.amazon.com/Just-Choices-Its-That-Simple-ebook/dp/B00AB6AZ2Q

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