Robb Holman is a super inspirational serial entrepreneur. After a health scare and miraculous recovery, in his senior year of college, Robb went on to catch the entrepreneurial bug and started multiple companies, his latest one being Rob Holman International. In this episode we discuss how to have the confidence to charge what you’re worth and make sure to collect money that is owed to you. We also discuss the struggle of trying to get your creative juices flowing when they’re just not coming and you’ve got a deadline to meet.
My Guest: Robb Holman
Robb Holman is an internationally recognized leadership expert, executive coach, keynote speaker and best-selling author who has a heart for authentic relationships and a true talent for equipping people with the skills and knowledge needed for success. He has written in Inc., Forbes, Fast Company and is a serial entrepreneur. He also used to be a professional basketball player. Robb lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and three children.
A spiritual awakening during his final year of college took Robb from his MBA aspirations to entrepreneurship.
Age 21: Started a motivational basketball program for youth which he ran for 10 years.
Age 21/22: Opened a basketball clothing company that became a street brand.
Age 25/26: Met his wife and realized that he needed to start taking it easier and ease up on his work schedule.
Age 27/28: Started an international non-denominational church movement.
Age 42: Started Holman International and is now in the content business, writing books, speaking and coaching others.
Robb shares his struggle of dealing with deadlines. Since he is in the content business, he has lots of deadlines both internal and external with his production and marketing teams waiting for his content. Writing is a creative pursuit and he has a message to share, but when he sits down to write, his creative juices just don’t always flow.
Resources and Links:
- Find Robb Holman: www.robbholman.com
- Find Robb’s book website: leadthewaybook.com
- Find Robb on social media: LinkedIn
- Daniel Pink’s time management book: bookwhen.com (amazon link to book)
- Work with Estie: www.strandconsulting.
- Join us on the Show: www.estierand.com/
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