Knowing the Problem

In order to find a solution we must first understand the problem. Yesterday my wife and I decided to start shopping for a new living room set. We’ve always loved our current sofa, chairs and ottoman. The dimensions are perfect and the leather finish is attractive and durable. The problem was the seat foam. Over the years it had compacted in our favorite relaxation spots. There seemed to be no way to replace the foam. Since we were about to toss them anyway I decided to make a slight incision in the mesh covering beneath each unit.

As I explored the underside I discovered the foam was supported by a series of straps. To compensate for the compacted foam I inserted some spare bed pillows in between the straps and existing foam. A perfect fix that cost me nothing but some spare time. Now my living room furniture is as good as new.

Life also has its simple little fixes. Sometimes it’s a decision to simply move through fear and try something new. Other times we must recognize the problem, understand it and compensate accordingly. The solution to our biggest problem could be a single decision away.

Our Truths aren’t Always True

I’m sure we’ve all done it. You know, covered our tracks in regards to a perceived failure or inability to conquer a fear. Most recently I discovered a client who is partners with a family member doing just that. He’d been telling a story and has now adopted it as truth. Years ago he had a business in terrible trouble. He faced a total collapse of all that he valued as his lack of business experience put him in a compromising position with the IRS. He made it through the process with the help of a tax attorney but afterwards he couldn’t seem to get back in the game. Soon an opportunity arose to invest in his relative’s business. It wasn’t intended to be a partnership. Yet, somehow he interpreted it as that. He began to say he gave up his business in favor of helping with his relative’s business. This was not the case. He stepped into the business because he wasn’t ready to continue with his. The wounds were too fresh and he needed time to heal. The danger was he’d been telling his story so often that he came to believe it. This was his more palatable truth. He wasn’t saved. He was the savior. Well, at least in his mind. The thing is he hates that business and often states he’s only there for his family member. The discontent in his situation is very disheartening. It is also affecting the business in a negative way. His heart is not in it. If your heart ain’t in it you’ll never win it. Unhappiness is a tell tale sign that something isn’t right. Uncover the truth and forgive yourself while moving forward accepting responsibility for the past and forgiving yourself today. It’s time to stop building on the sand.

Count Down Conquered

The mind wants to protect us from danger and failure through fear. There is a very limited time that we have to initiate an idea that may challenge us. I met a man named Dante today who shared in interesting story. When he first began dating he’d hold his breath as long as he could before talking to a girl he had an interest in. This was his countdown. Once he took that first breath the conversation just flowed. Today I met Dante, Marina and Nanita all because I decided to count down and conquer. I’d been procrastinating about driving for Uber since initially downloading the app months ago. I just couldn’t bring myself to try. There was always some excuse I’d make. Many of which were out of fear. It wasn’t until I realized it was time to count down from five and just do it. I got online with Uber and within a minute I received my first request. 5 4 3 2 1 and I was out the door and on my way. Remember, we have five seconds to make a decision that could add so much to the life we love. Don’t give your mind the time to count you out. You can count up to infinity or just count down and act now. 5 4 3 2 1 😁


Stephen Dubrofsky
Educational Therapist/Parent Educator

“I found Ron to be a most gifted communicator, extremely knowledgeable and well versed in the holistic values of what it takes to create healthy relationships with children and families. We had an interesting conversation about ways in which we may promote positive relationships within ourselves and our children. I found Ron to be supportive, understanding and fluid as to the nature of the dynamics of the topic.”

Stephen Dubrofsky MA., M.Ed
Family Counsellor
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Joe Danna
Owner of Atlantic Massage & Muscular Therapies, LLC

“Ron will go the extra mile to help anyone communicate their message to a large audience while being a personable guide along the way.”

Abiola Abrams
Lifestyle Expert, Empowerment Coach, Speaker, Author, Blogger, Love Advice Columnist

“Ron Ash brought me on board to do a weekly love and self-empowerment advice segment for his popular radio show based in Rhode Island and broadcast worldwide. I have given advice on networks from the BBC to MTV and found Ron by comparison to be an incredibly giving, organized and hard-working Program Director and Executive Producer. In other words, Ron was as great as anyone I’ve worked with at any other network. It was such a pleasure to work with him!

As an on-air coach, co-host and advice giver, you seek partnership with the shows producer and host. Ron wore many hats in this capacity and never once appeared to be anything less than supportive and in control in the most positive of ways. Listeners were always excited to call in and participate as Ron was smart, inspiring, capable, fun and informative on air.

Any organization would be lucky to have the creative and professional Ron Ash on board.”

Holly Hall
Programmer for On Air and Productions Manager,CEO of

“Ron Ash is innovative, motivated and an expert in the field or broadcasting and promotions. He has a professional approach when inspiring both his guests and peers to “Be” the best they can, and then some. I would highly recommend working with Ron Ash”

Susan Lataille
Certified International Health Coach at Susan Lataille Wholistic Health Guru

“It has been a pleasure to work with Ron. Advertising on Being with Ron has been of great benefit for my events. I look forward to a continued relationship.”

Lisa Barretta

“I consider the interview that I did for the Being with Ron Ash talk show, one of the most invigorating out of all of my experiences as being a show guest. Ron keeps the momentum of the dialogue going throughout the show and his engaging on-air personality can certainly put any guest at ease. I totally enjoyed working with Ron Ash.”

Dorian Osmani
Sr. Vice President/Sr. Client Manager at Bank of America

“Ron is a succeful individual which he has demonstrated through his many business ventures and also through out his career as an educator, business owner and adviser. I have known Ron for the last 9 years and he is very energetic with a daily positive attitude.”

Timothy Szymanski
Customer Service Leader/Manager in Training at Cumberland Farms

“Having just moved to the New England region, I have only known Ron for a short period of time – however – I have come to know him as a very entertaining and engaging radio professional. We have had numerous mutually beneficial discussions regarding the profession from the technical and sales side. He has quickly become a great friend in the business.”

If your motivation for financial success comes from the fear of being broke than your concentration is on being broke and your possibilities for success will be greatly diminished. You may succeed, but if your success is based on the feelings and emotions associated with financial freedom, joyous experiences and endless supply you will be free of fear and success will be immanent.

New Years Eve is symbolic of life’s many endings and new beginnings. In Hinduism Kāli is the Goddess of time, change, power and destruction, but without destruction there cannot be rebirth. So, Kāli is really the Goddess of rebirth as well. There cannot be a new beginning without the ending of the old. In Christianity Jesus had to die through crucifixion to experience resurrection. Again, the destruction of the temple which was rebuilt in three days. You see, these things are a characteristic of life, There will always be endings and beginnings that follow. A new year is only our annual symbolic representation of that change. It’s nothing more than an opportunity to experience those changes that we all experience throughout our lifetimes. With these things in mind, be blessed and at piece as 2014 ends and 2015 begins. How we deal with change will have everything to do with how we experience life. Love & Life, Ron Ash

Dating in the forties is a problem just waiting to happen. It seems like men just want to “play” and women want to “stay”. Truthfully, I don’t think men or women in their forties know what they want. It seems like they only think they know. The best course of action is to enjoy each interaction for what it is. Sooner or later the right person will show up. Try to stay away from “type casting” your potential companion. For example, “A good man or woman does this or that” and never make your new interest pay for the errors of the last. You shouldn’t put love in a box in your forties. We’ve all “been there done that” and now it’s our time. Also, be honest with yourself and share what you’d like from your potential love interest right out of the gate. This way if they are not up to it you won’t be wasting each others time. Most importantly, know your value! We are more than our looks. Our value goes beyond our sex appeal. There are qualities within us all that will stand the test of time. You’d probably be very surprised what men in their forties see as beautiful. All you really need to do is be the light that you are and everything else will fall into place.  Be Peace, Ron Ash

The best way to predict the future is to create it. The Intuitive Life Coach takes a Metaphysical approach to life coaching; identifying root issues, accessing key problems and formulating a highly effective approach and resolution. Through proven intuitive coaching techniques The Intuitive Life Coach will help you to move confidently in the direction of your dreams…author, counselor, teacher… Ron Ash is The Intuitive Life Coach.

Ron Ash has worked as a life coach for over six years teaching and speaking locally, nationally and internationally. He has performed highly in all areas in intuitive assessment tests. He has worked with the upper echelon of international spiritual teachers, writers and directors in the fields of Metaphysics and life after death phenomenon including Gregg Braden, Dr. Joe Vitale, Joseph LoBrutto, Anita Moorjani and Paul Davids .