Creativity through the lens of a Human Behavior and Performance Coach
"I've always been a really creative problem solver.....The vehicle for which my creativity comes out looks a little less traditional than others."
Brian Bogert is a passionate human behavior and performance coach, speaker, business strategist, top sales professional and philanthropic leader who believes in helping growth-minded individuals achieve the best version of themselves: their most authentic selves.
Brian teaches how to leverage radical authenticity and awareness to create the intentional life you’ve been dreaming of, but have struggled to create. His revolutionary strategy—embrace pain to avoid suffering—has helped individuals and companies break beyond their normal to achieve the success in life and business that they’ve always wanted. If you want to create a life of no limits and gain freedom, Brian and his team will get you there.
Personal Website, https://brianbogert.com/
Bogert’s Bullet’s YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmhaMgY8q-tMMCj0rpGg7iw
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