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The Story Engine Podcast: Where we teach you how to make marketing easier, more powerful and fun through storytelling. Each week we learn from top entrepreneurs, influencers and world-changers on how to share your story through content, copywriting, speaking and how to make your story your most powerful marketing tool.

May 4, 2021

On today’s episode, Brian Bogert is joining us. Brian is a performance and business coach that helps people create goals without limits.  These are goals that stretch your identity of who you are and cause you to see things differently, think differently, act differently, and become a totally new version of yourself.  We talk about Brian’s journey to becoming a coach and leader who supports people in this transformation and how he shares his own very memorable, very powerful story.  We also get to dig into some of the pros and cons of having a story that is very intense, extreme, or memorable.  It can also have some disadvantages. We get to talk about that with Brian which is going to be a very unique take on presentation skills. 

Brian Bogert is a human behavior and performance coach who teaches clients to leverage self-awareness and intentionality to become the most authentic version of themselves: who they already are. Brian helps executives, entrepreneurs, athletes, and growth-minded individuals learn this transformative approach that cultivates perspective, motivation, and direction to help them align their life with their true purpose and defy their own expectations. He teaches not just to accept change, but to embrace pain in order to avoid suffering.

In This Episode:

  • We all have unique stories.  What is important is that we pause and learn the lessons we can extract from those stories and then become intentional to how we apply them in our lives.  
  • Embrace pain to avoid suffering.  When done correctly that is where we gain freedom.     
  • No limits goals don’t replace the incremental or smaller goals that backfill the process.  You have to fill in the gaps and create the mechanism, strategies, tactics, and workflow to be able to accomplish those big things. 
  • And so much more!!!

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