Episode 064: Movers & Shakers – RJon Robins – How To Manage

I’m so excited to share another episode in my Movers & Shakers series, where I feature amazing people who are making a huge impact in not only their lives but the lives of others.

This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with a friend and former client, RJon Robins, CEO and founder of How To Manage Enterprises.

In 2016, his company How To Manage a Small Law Firm was named by Inc. Magazine as one of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the country.  THE fastest in the category of helping small law firm owners kick-butt and build better law firms.

But…in 2008 RJon lost pretty much everything.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How an illness in RJon’s family led to financial struggles in his growing business
  • How his experience with The Art of Success program led him to give David his last dime to coach with him and get him back on track
  • How getting past the pain of taking responsibility for his actions led to a major breakthrough in his company 10x the scale

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2 thoughts on “Episode 064: Movers & Shakers – RJon Robins – How To Manage”

  1. Thanks RJon and David – what a terrific story! RJon, I love how you honestly told of the difficulties from a hindsight viewpoint – that included an honest dimension that is almost always left out of such retellings (for those of us who are still saying “I don’t have the money”)

    The biggest take-away for me was the idea of not wanting success badly enough and then linking that (for me) with the decision of complete responsibility. Radical self-responsibility has been a core value of mine for many years. But it clicked for me while listening that I’d done that on the intellectual level, not on the awareness level. Consequently, I’ve taken full responsibility for certain inner aspects of my life and achieved magnificent results there. But other (outer) areas of my life, it never even occurred to me that such a decision was possible from an in-the-now awareness level. I’d been seeing it as response-ability, in other words as (not-yet-developed) potential, and that kept it in the intellect for me. Perhaps it should be called response-awareness. And linking that to wanting the external success badly enough… moreso than my present results. I realize I never really decided to take full responsibility (awareness) for that yet. It really brings it home! Thank you for such a great podcast.

    1. David Neagle

      Thanks for the feedback Patrick, I’m really glad this one was so impactful for you. Your awareness around accepting responsibility and how it pertains to your outer world was huge and something to celebrate moving forward. That is a big step for you so congratulations.

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