Ep. 326: The Two Choices in a Rock Bottom with Rico Racosky
45 min

You have the choice of getting out of your rock bottom, so why not make that choice today!?
On the second episode with fighter pilot, author and speaker Rico Racosky, Ashdin talks to him about how, even in rock bottoms, there are two choices to be made, how the Just 2 Choices approach can be applied to rock bottoms, the various things that can lead people into their rock bottoms, identifying the new and better choices that you can make moving forward, figuring out and identifying your options, deciding that you want to tell your new story and not the old one, the drama triangle, choosing where are our energy goes, the '100th Monkey Theory', and lots lots more. Tune in for an enlightening conversation.

If you missed the first episode with Rico, do tune in to that one as well. Ashdin and Rico talked about the 'Just 2 Choices' philosophy in detail.

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

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