Some things take a while to come back to us. Halley’s Comet visits us every 75 years, Punxsutawney Phil climbs out of his hole every Groundhog Day and the World Cup is back after a four-year absence. Eminem is trying to come back right now, but I’m not sure we want him.
As for my old Charisma Arts mentor, Rob Overman, who has been hiding out in parts unknown, it took him almost two years to reveal himself to the blogosphere again. And once he started talking again, I found it tough to make him stop.
Alas, it’s a one-time-only revival, but we had a most-productive podcast. At over one hour long, I wasn’t able to cut it down because I liked it too much.
Here’s what you’ll hear from Rob:
- Why he was so scary to me when I was an apprentice, and how he trained people to become effective instructors.
- Why we had to teach more than just “people skills.”
- Rob’s bullet-proof phone game.
- His perspective on the coaching industry after being away from it for 1 1/2 years.
- Why the player lifestyle is overrated yet seductive to guys.
- An explanation of the Big Four, and why he taught it.
- His perspective on game now that he’s about to get married, and how life changes in a relationship.
I’m not sure when the stars will align again for Rob, but for now I hope you enjoy.