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When Your Life Coach is Also a Phish Fan


Thoughts from my noggin put into words and then typed into my computer with my fingers. Topics vary from personal development and self awareness to music and those that participate in the process of creating it, or enjoying it on any level. 

When Your Life Coach is Also a Phish Fan

Ryan Stanley

Here is a brief list of 28 things that I know I do when I attend a Phish concert. My intention for the remainder of 2016 is to also do them in one way or another every single day no matter where I am.......

Show up with excitement for what's to come no matter what it is because you know it's going to be good.

Have expectations of awesomeness with no attachment to the result.


High five strangers.

Spend time with friends.

Spend time by myself.

Make new friends.

Connect with old friends.

Be grateful for the entire experience because it is just that: The gift of an experience.

Appreciate improvisation.

If something comes on the stage that isn't your thing, you can recognize it as part of the show and look for things to enjoy about it or walk away and come back for whatever is next.

Have engaging conversations with people who are both like minded and not like minded to you.

Spend time thinking about what else I want in my life and the best way to manifest it.

Eat, Drink, Be Merry.




Be polite.



Earn money.

Donate money.

Practice Gratitude.

Be Kind.



At the end of the night, discuss the highlights. 

Look forward to doing it again tomorrow.

Photo by Dave Vann © Phish 2014

Photo by Dave Vann © Phish 2014


How do you spend time at your favorite concerts? How does that compare to  how you spend your time during the rest of your life?

Is there a lesson here?

Maybe so, maybe not.

What would you add to this list?