Josh Kopel | Award Winning Restaurant Consultant

Chef Robert Irvine

Restaurant Consultant: Robert Greene’s Industry Laws

As business owners, we need to take a hard look in the mirror to determine what’s working and what isn’t. Today’s guest, Robert Greene did just that, but, instead of tackling an industry, he chose to tackle the human condition.

Robert is a NYT bestselling author who’s researched the intricacies of power, mastery, war and human nature.

In reading his work, I walked away with a better understanding of myself, my business, and my customers. In our conversation, Robert shares how he’s internalized the lessons he’s written about to help athletes, executives, and world leaders.

For more information on Robert’s projects, visit https://powerseductionandwar.com.

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