Listen to Randy Kay Speak on Cornerstone TV
Randy Kay outlines the foundations needed to develop a thriving mindset based on a multi-decade study by his research team.
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Randy uses his own story about clinically dying from pulmonary embolism and septic shock, which led to his meeting Jesus face to face in heaven. His testimony has been shared with many thousands in speaking and video engagements. The most authoritative voice on near-death-experiences (NDEs), John Burke (New York Times Best Selling Author of Imagine Heaven), wrote the foreword for Randy’s best-selling book, Dying to Meet Jesus. In Randy’s book he details his encounter with Jesus in heaven, and the hope and wonder therein. Randy’s experience allows him to uniquely speak to audiences about death, dying, and heaven while giving hope to those who fear death, or who are grieving the loss of a loved one. If you want your audience to learn about what is on the other side of this life and death, in heaven, from the perspective of someone who has been there, this is the presentation for you.
After a several decade and multi-disciplinary study by Randy’s human development firm, PACEsetters, he discovered the foundations of a thriving life. These foundations were determined as purpose, attitude, connection, and energy. Chief amongst these is faith. Randy speaks as to:
- how one can dream big to find purpose through pain
- how a renewal of the mind can produce a thriving mindset and attitude
- how social connections are the greatest contributors to finding joy, and how communication skills (like vulnerability) and empathy (to understand others) can strengthen relationships
- how energy is fundamental to thriving through the milieu of life
Chief amongst these foundations is faith. But, how does one develop faith to thrive in life? Randy discusses the way to increase faith in discovering the heart of God, to thrive.
Based on his book of the same name, Randy touches on the 22 most important things to thrive in life as determined by his human development and relates each of the 22 “things” to one essential factor: allowing the God of Jesus Christ to serve as the impetus for living a full and purposeful life. The 22 most important things include:
- knowing when to let go
- maintaining a ‘locus of control’
- communication that heals
- thinking like a child
- using “seminal moments” to effect change…
Just to name a few.