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, “Enough is ENOUGH”, our hosts discuss ways to de-escalate someone in crisis, losing a friend, spring break at UCLA, an unexpected thing in Rubio’s home, a tremendous meal, traveling around the country, being a professional athlete, getting ahead of a terrible thing 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 us off today Rubio shares how he is doing after finding out his friend had taken his own life. Then we learn if he has any funny spring break stories from UCLA. Finally, to wrap up this segment we hear one thing in Rubio’s home that he never thought he would have.
We get a special visit from Doctor Conor Hogan from Ireland asking us about a new study regarding DEMENTIA and how socializing people can REALLY help out this awful disease.
The guest on this show is Joe Colavito. Joe is the Chief People Officer of Life Purpose Scan. He has been married for 34 years, has five kids and two grandchildren. Joe has thirty years of leadership experience, he has a passion for helping others run with a purpose in every step. Finally, Joe loves hearing people’s stories and helping them experience life’s full capacity.
The second segment starts the interview with Joe Colavito. He starts by talking about his best meal. After that we learn where he would like to travel in North America. Next he shares what type of professional athlete he could be in an ideal world. Then we dive into the depth of the interview. Joe Colavito and Rubio talk about how they initially met. They proceed to talk about what Life Purpose Scan is, how it works and how it can impact so many people from kids to grandparents. Rubio and Joe continue to talk about how Joe even got involved on this path (two of his five children had tried to take their lives and he went full speed to find a fix).
Moving into the Bottom Line segment of today’s episode, “Enough is ENOUGH”. The Bottom Line is all of the “stuff you should have learned without even realizing you learned it.”