The Rubio Method S1 43 – Mark Arnot “As Dalton said, Just Be Nice”

The Rubio Method is a light-hearted and funny show on mens’ 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, all while learning about being a more healthy overall man.  In today’s episode, “As Dalton said, Just Be Nice”, our hosts discuss three questions to ask yourself during reflection, more pet peeves, has granola always been Rubio’s top snack, how Rubio and the Queen got married, a wild visit from the Doc, fights between bears, sharks, and kimono dragons, being a music aficionado, being a positive human being, if everything is really fixable, and much more.

Firstly, this show starts with Minute with Monaghan, where Monaghan gives great tips for men.

At this point Rubio answers three questions from listeners. Starting us off today we hear some more of Rubio’s pet peeves. Then he shares if his favorite snack has always been granola. Finally, we wrap up this segment when Rubio shares his marriage story to his wife, The Queen.

Then for just a small moment we hear from Rubio’s favorite Irishman, Dr. Hogan, about MENopause and the equality of it all.

The guest on this episode is Mark Arnot. Mark is one of those “nice guys” that you just always want to be around. This is because of his vibrant attitude and look on life. He is all about helping his fellow man and it makes you want to do the same after hearing him in this interview.

The second segment covers the interview with Mark Arnot. He starts by sharing his favorite concert and who he would choose for a private at-home concert. After that we hear if he would choose to fight a bear, shark or kimono dragon. Then we dive into the depth of the interview. Mark shares how he manages to remain a nice guy in today’s world, how we can get men to open up more and much more.

Moving into the Bottom Line segment of today’s episode, “As Dalton said, Just Be Nice”. The Bottom Line is all of the “stuff you should have learned without even realizing you learned it.”