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Sphere on Spiral Stairs

Who is Ronnie K? 

Highlights from My Eclectic Careers and Backgrounds

  • Film editor for 2 years at the WGN TV Studios in Chicago. (1968-1969)
     

  • Chief technical architect of one of the world's first computerized online global distribution systems. Soon after, I lectured throughout the US and beyond sharing this new and innovative technical design with others.  (1980-1983)
     

  • Founded a North American computer consulting firm and oversaw all aspects of operations for 16 years. Our clients ranged from Fortune 1000 companies to local and state governments around the U.S. The firm grew from just myself to a staff of 35 software engineers with offices in Minneapolis and Phoenix, AZ.  When I sold the firm, revenues approached 4 million dollars. (1983-1999)
     

  • Started a B2C internet company that provided consumers reports about their year, make, and model cars. For the 11 years I ran the company, it grew to over 600,000 opted-in members before I sold it. (2002-2012)
     

  • Board Chair of Divorce Recovery, Inc. During the 9 years I was involved with the organization, I facilitated over 30 10-week support groups meeting once a week, directly serving 300+ individuals. (2006-2014)
     

  • President of the International Coach Federation of Southern Arizona with a membership of 40+ executive and life coaches. (2012-2014)
     

  • On the board of directors of several prominent non-profit organizations in Southern Arizona including an 850-family congregation and a 100 million-dollar community foundation located in Southern Arizona. (1999-2014)
     

  • My personal belief system is metaphysical in nature.
     

  • And much more …

Anchor 1

A Life-Altering Event 

  • In the summer of 2015, I experienced a total emotional breakdown and too often found myself curled up in a ball, lost in deep sobbing and unbearable emotional pain.

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  • I soon checked myself into the hospital to get medicated to stop the pain ...and was diagnosed with PTSD. I stayed there for 8 days.
     

  • After leaving the hospital, I committed to myself that not only would I survive this most challenging life-threatening event … but that I would learn how to thrive after all was said and done. And importantly, with no more meds.
     

  • In 2017 at the tender age of 70 … I sold or gave away everything I owned, packed up my car, left Tucson, and started up the California coast as a homeless soul while not having a final destination to help set my course.
     

  • A week or so after I started this crazy adventure, I found myself camping at the Lake Shasta National Campgrounds in northern California for several days.









     

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  • During my morning meditation on day 4, the epiphany I had been waiting for, silently spoke to me ... the epiphany to tell me what to do next ... "Listen to the wisdom of your soul". And then a second time, "Listen to the wisdom of your Soul."
     

  •  Words at first, I did not understand ... and then, mystically, I began to practice this listening every day ... and I have since learned to "Trust the wisdom of my Soul".

Shasta Lake, CA

  • Looking back on my move to Ashland, it was like stepping into the Twilight Zone, only in a good way. I thought places like this town only existed in the movies ... and I am so grateful to find out, they exist in real life too.

    Baruch Hashem (Thank you God)

Ashland, Oregon

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