99. Former fighter pilot, Waldo Waldman, talks about the importance of being a peak performance leader.
In the previous episode, Pejman Ghadimi shared how he went from humble beginnings to building multiple businesses worth in excess of $40 million in revenues.
Rob ‘Waldo’ Waldman - The Wingman – is a professional leadership speaker and author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller Never Fly Solo. He teaches organizations how to build trusting, revenue producing relationships with their employees, partners, and customers while sharing his experiences as a combat decorated F-16 fighter pilot and businessman. Voted one of the Top 40 under 40 Business Leaders, and he’s been featured on Fox & Friends, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, The Harvard Business Review, Investor’s Business Daily, INC. Magazine, and Business Week.
As a fighter pilot, I struggled with massive claustrophobia during whole my professional career. I will never forget the long night on which I had to fly my jet over the Atlantic . I sat inside the small fighter cabin for 7 hours and 30,000ft above the ground during a night flight. Fortunately, my passion of flying is a stronger feeling than the claustrophobia and it never betrayed me.
Every success is a result of continuous self-improvement. Go and improve your skills, mind, and body a bit every day. Ask for help when it is needed. Realization of these factors has created the foundation of my success. Remember the saying: The more you sweat the less you bleed!
Any successful person is willing to ask for help.
Best advice you have ever received? Get coaching.
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Business Book: "The One Thing" by Gary Keller
Grab a FREE copy of Waldo's NYT best selling book, "Never Fly Solo" go to: http://www.yourwingman.com/nfs