Robert Mallon is a nationally recognized speaker, author, and leadership consultant based in Atlanta, georgia.
With over 30 years of business experience, he has won numerous awards for his management, leadership, and sales abilities. Robert has always had great passion for opening people and companies to their full potential.
When I was eighteen, I worked alongside a master carpenter for a time. We had the same tools and even wore the same tool belt, but he had 30 years of experience on me, and it showed spectacularly. He would gracefully whip through his tools one after the other for a project, and then slip them back into his belt as quick as he pulled them out.
I soon realized that the magic wasn’t in the tools--especially since they worked so slowly for me. It was how he used the tool as an extension of himself. They were no more a pencil and an impact driver than they were words in his vocabulary or fingers on his hand. The man was a machine--a whistling, patient, and thorough machine. He finished jobs in a fraction of the time, he made very few mistakes (and even fewer more than once), and he had time in his day to fully enjoy what he did and teach me in the process.
In the end, he ended up handing me two huge lessons, the first being that carpentry and I weren’t the greatest fit. The second lesson followed me throughout my entire career: Good tools aren’t enough if you don’t know how to fully embed them into your life. And they do next to nothing if you don’t know what you want to build--or how to build it properly.
Chances are you are a builder in some respects.
You've built businesses from the ground up. You've built a life around your family. You've built a community around yourself. Your achievements have brought you income and opportunity, but they come with an underlying worry that you are both succeeding and failing everything at once. Foundations are eroding, and the walls between work and family are starting to deteriorate. Time is slipping through the cracks. You know you can and should do something about it, but you just don’t know how.
Robert Mallon knows how.
And he has real tools, systems, and processes to give busy growth-minded professionals what they need to find true, meaningful achievement.