Bill Watkins and Robert Mallon are best friends with years of business experience who have put together the Rusty Lion Academy, a coaching firm helping thirty to 49 year old entrepreneurial men develop and sustain thriving businesses and extraordinary lives. Aside from helping these men build a successful business, they also focus on a man’s life outside of work as an equal part of the whole.
You have probably heard the expression “be careful what you wish for.” I prefer, “Be prepared for what you wish for.” In either case, the warning pertains to the unintended consequences you have to deal with. It’s best to be prepared.
We talk a lot about our businesses supporting us. But your business can’t support you unless you support yourself. The questions for today are how are you supporting yourself and how you are you not supporting yourself?
In my book, Build Your Money Muscles, I introduced the idea that money is a symbol of relationship because it represents energy passing between two people or entities. In this episode I talk about how you can use money as a window into your relationship with yourself and others and how to improve your relationship with money.
In this episode I look at the elements that go into finding out who you really are and how you can authentically express yourself through your business. It includes understanding what’s going on inside of you, your genetic makeup, how your past is part of your present.
David Ralph is the host of Join Up Dots, an inspiring podcast where David interviews interesting and successful entrepreneurs during which he takes his guests on a journey to meet with their younger selves, based on the iconic speech made by Steve Jobs back in 2005.
He is also the founder of Podcasters Mastery, and Dream Starter Academy where using online tutorials and support he guides members through a simple six-stage formula to create the life of their dreams and a business that the love.
Julia Kelly is a former hippie, world traveller, accounting school graduate and theme-park artist who built a six-figure business drawing caricatures while going to school full time. She is a digital caricature artist who specializes in using caricatures to help companies get more leads at trade shows.
Judy Robinett is the author of “How to Be a Power Connector: The 5-50-150 Rule,” #1 of The Top Ten Business Books of 2014 by Time.com. She is a business thought leader who has been profiled in The Street, The Huffington Post, Forbes, The Washington Post and Bloomberg Businessweek as a sterling example of the new breed of “super connectors” who use their experience and networks to accelerate growth and enhance profitability.
Judy, who lives in Salt Lake City, UT, has more than 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur and corporate leader and has served as the CEO of both public and private companies and in management.
A few weeks ago, I mentioned I was going to visit an energy healer who supposedly could help release destructive ties to ancestors. Well, I visited him and what I learned had a lot to do with what not to do as a professional practitioner. It also helped me clarify what needs to be done.