Act 2 opens with Robert Raymond Riopel reflecting on the story of how the biography of Steve Jobs came to be written, and key data the author revealed that shed light on the path of Robert’s own development.
Robert discusses practices of setting ego aside when he and his team deliver and receive feedback, leveraging empathy, compassion and “brutal, honest truth” at the same time.
Digging deep into his experience with communication and relationships, Robert shares an important practice of listening. We riff back and forth on the challenges of setting solutions aside to stay present, and we touch on some myths about patience and the time it takes to develop real competence.
Robert brings his wife, Roxanne, and her box-busting perspectives back into the conversation, bringing us full-circle before we wrap this wickedly fun conversation!
Robert Raymond Riopel is an international Best-Selling author, App Designer, Entrepreneur and Trainer who has spent the past 18+ years travelling around the world sharing his passion. He has also shared the stage with and trained many of the top trainers and thought leaders in the world today.
With his high energy and heartfelt style, Robert draws on his journey from humble beginnings to financial freedom at the age of 32, to inspire individuals into tapping into their greatness. Realizing that he is not the only person that struggles, Robert’s “Clues” open individuals up to the possibilities that lie within them and that is why he is a highly sought after presenter.Learn more about Robert - and pick up a free copy of his book "Success Left a Clue" - on his website: robertriopel.com and on his socials below: