Bill Watkins and Robert Mallon use their failures to help other men who are struggling to find balance. The Rusty Lion Academy is life coaching for men taught by men who have experience and the battle scars to prove it. This team will bring to light your strength no matter how big or how deep your battle scars are. Here’s what you can hear on the podcast today:
– Bill and Robert’s skill sets compliment each other, which is why they make great business partners.
– One key to running a successful business is keeping a balance in your life. If you sacrifice your family life for your business, both will fail.
– Your inner messages may be driving you, whether you know what the message is or not.
– Employee engagement is critical- Talent is nothing without motivation.
– There are 5 employee motivators that are MORE important than compensation.
– Find out why “The Platinum Rule” is better than “The Golden Rule”.
– Setbacks are going to happen. Life isn’t about the setbacks, it’s about how you react to them.
-Get your free kit on “The secrets of Employee motivation” by clicking here. http://www.Rustylionsacademy.com/niceguys It includes:
– Free weekly training for men – http://www.Rustylionsacademy.com/livetraining
– Check out their podcast -Lion’s Den for Business Men, posts twice a week- https://rustylionacademy.com/podcast/
Contact Robert and Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org
Show notes: Production Assistant – Anna Nygren http://www.annavnygren.com/
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