Productivity Podcast #1: Building for Success with Richard Nugent
This is the first podcast in a new series on Productivity.
I’m going to be talking and interviewing high performance people, coaches who work with high performance people, people who are doing good things in general and talk about what we need to do as coaches and individuals to keep getting better, build a great business, help our athletes and clients to continually improve.
Richard works with some high profile clients including Tescos and Merlin entertainment (Alton Towers and more)
He also works with professional footballers and athletes on the mental side of their game through his consultancy Success in Football.
In this fascinating call we covered the following areas:
What is the Richard Nugent Brand and how does this differentiate from the competition? 21 and success in football?
How does work in sport versus business differ and are there any common principles that can be applied?
What challenges does he face in his clients and how he overcomes those challenges
What advice would he give to up and coming business owners/entrepreneurs looking to build a personal or business brand
What are the Common Traits for success in high performance people?
Where can people find him and read more about his work
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Okay that’s all for today, here’s the podcast with Richard:
Thanks again for listening,