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Wednesday
Dec022009

Do You Have A Wingman?


It's a podcast, it's an interview, it's a radio show... it's "Straight Talk with Jimmy Vee & Travis Miller."

This week we're interviewing Waldo Waldman, author of the book Never Fly Solo.

The Topic: Everyone Needs A Wingman

The Guest: Waldo Waldman, author of the book Never Fly Solo
 

In Never Fly Solo, former combat decorated fighter pilot Lt. Col. Rob "Waldo" Waldman shares business critical concepts for success and delivers a very human message: we all have missiles in life to overcome and we can't do it alone.

But it's not just about survival. From trusted partners come better ideas, more opportunities and best practices. Their role looms larger than the accountability of a board of directors … reaches deeper than the advice of a mentor or trainer … and stands firmer than the contribution of an employee. Trusted partners have the greatest power to expand your performance because they are as vested in your success as you are theirs.

I suggest that you grab a copy of Waldo's book right now. It's powerful stuff.

http://www.NeverFlySolo.com

Plus, Waldo is working to raise 100k for Veterans. He's donating 100% of his advance purchase profits of his new book Never Fly Solo (McGraw-Hill, Dec 09) to veterans charities. It's a good cause and a win win for all!

Download the interview, for free, and enjoy.

 

 

Reader Comments (3)

Are you gentleman planning to publish any more blogs? I miss them, the main way I connected to your company
January 27, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEarl Morrall
That is very true. Thanks it helped me a lot.
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May 31, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDeyan
This is especially useful in the business world. This is why networks are created. You need someone to have your back. The world of business is cruel so connections are always essential.
November 27, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterIvan Widjaya

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