Airforce Pilot’s Advice on Finding Your “Wingman” in Business: Straight Outta Crumpton

 

Straight Outta Crumpton focuses on the ways that building relationships is valuable both in business and in life. The guest on this episode is a perfect example of this.

Lt. Col. Waldo Waldman, Air Force Academy graduate, combat decorated Air Force F-16 fighter pilot turned sales guru, performance consultant, executive coach and motivational keynote speaker, joined Greg Crumpton to discuss what it means to be a “Wingman” and how it can benefit yourself and those around you.

“The more I grow in life…you start realizing who those people are that you can build those ‘Wingman’ relationships with. The way that you gauge that in business or life is somebody that you feel comfortable with going to for help,” said Waldman.

For more leadership and relationship insights from Lt. Col. Waldo Waldman, head to his website where he is offering a free download of his audiobook ‘Never Fly Solo’ to listeners of this podcast.

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