What Is Your Time Value? Work Less To Get More Of The Things You Love

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk to Robert Mallon and Bill Watkins, Founders of the Rusty Lion Academy—A coaching program designed to help you get in control of your business and your life.  

Bill is a West Point graduate, decorated Army officer, world class athlete, corporate executive, and an entrepreneur. 

Robert is a nationally recognized professional speaker, business coach, and mentor.

Together they help others reach that perfect balance between work and home life by changing their mindset and helping them build a strong foundation to support their goals.

How do they avoid the tyranny of the urgent? By setting up their days correctly. 

  • Always having a plan for the day written down
  • Prioritize that plan
  • And delegate

All are key factors for success in any business to help it run seamlessly!

Are you on the right track to get you to where you want to be 25-35 years from now?  

Listen in now to hear what it will take to get you there. 

TIPS OF THE WEEK

Mark: Learn more about Robert & Bill by going to their website at RustyLionAcademy.com.

Scott: Check out the website TheRemoteLife.com. This company plans 30-day trips where they bring together professionals, freelancers and entrepreneurs to work, live, and travel.

Robert: Get out of your comfort zone. Keep one foot out of your comfort zone at all times. Also, read the book Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown. 

Bill: Read the book The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want

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