The Rubio Method is a light-hearted and funny show on men’s health, led by Chris Rubio with co-host Nick Monaghan. You are going to love the stories that Rubio tells and the way in which he tells them. In today’s episode, “What if the Best Route, Isn’t a Straight Line – Hector Munoz”, our guests discuss different food worlds, family member brawls, losing our tempers, straight lines not being good, success in business, adapting and adjusting, and much more.
Firstly, this show starts with Minute with Monaghan, where Monaghan gives great tips for men.
At this point our hosts answer three questions from listeners. Starting off we hear what Rubio and Monaghan’s top Mexican and Italian dishes they enjoy. In detail, Rubio shares a game-changing tip for the ultimate burrito. Then, our hosts share some advice on how to navigate differing opinions with family members. Lastly, we learn the last time Monaghan and Rubio “lost it” on someone else.
The guest on this episode is Hector Munoz. Tony is currently the owner and CEO of Senior Helpers of South Orange County. Hector has been the VP of Global Brand Image of Burger King, Chief Marketing Officer of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Chief Marketing Officer of Church’s Chicken and the Chief Marketing Officer of El Pollo Loco. He is a husband, father, servant leader and entrepreneur from southern California.
The second segment starts the interview with Hector Munoz. We hear off the bat which state has the best food options and why. Then we learn if Munoz could play any professional sport which one he would choose and why. To end the introduction questions Munoz shares if he would rather be a rockstar, an award winning author, or an inventor. He impresses with his responses to these questions and much more as the interview continues.
Moving into the Bottom Line segment of, “What if the Best Route, Isn’t a Straight Line”, where Rubio and Monaghan share the three main points they expect you to learn from today’s episode.