Join Andrew Lees, Clint McPherson, and Robert White as they talk about what you need to do for yourself to elevate your life and business.

Show Notes

Robert explains what relationships mean to leadership, the lessons made from wins and losses, what he thinks about the balance between life and work, and the lesson he learned from a seminar that changed his life forever. For Robert, if you want to secure the successful future meant for you, you must first learn to complete your past and embrace your truth at present. 

In this episode you will learn:

  • Robert White – on creating the world's 2nd largest personal growth training company.
  • You are in your own way!
  • Wins and Losses: Robert's Greatest Lessons
  • How do executives handle betrayal and estrangement?
  • You can be a prisoner of your own story.
  • And so much more!

About Robert White:

Robert White's extensive experience as an entrepreneurial CEO in the personal and professional development industry has created a deep understanding of the personal and professional challenges faced by executives and owners for the imperative of a "results really matter" orientation.

He founded and led training industry success stories LifeSpring and ARC International with over one million graduates of their high-impact experiential seminars.  Robert worked from Tokyo and Hong Kong for a total of 12 years and led ARC companies in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Guangdong (mainland China), The Philippines, Singapore,  Australia, and the United States.

In 1985 he moved to Denver, Colorado, and launched ARC USA, which did successful culture change work with clients including AT&T, Chase Manhattan Bank (JPMorganChase), Textron, Progressive Insurance, Donna Karan New York, Hong Kong Bank, United Telephone, Waukesha Bearings, Twentieth Century Fox and Career Track. 

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