Brendon Burchard (Author of High Performance Habits)BRENDON BURCHARD is the author of the New York Times bestselling book, THE CHARGE, and the #1 New York Times bestseller THE MILLIONAIRE MESSENGER. He is also founder of High Performance Academy, the legendary personal development program for achievers, and Experts Academy, the worlds most comprehensive marketing training program for aspiring authors, speakers, coaches, and online thought leaders. For these works, Brendon is recognized as one of the top trainers in the world on the topics of both motivation and marketing.
Brendons books, videos, newsletters, products, and appearances now inspire two million people a month worldwide.
Brendon was blessed to receive lifes golden ticket -- a second chance -- after surviving a car accident in a developing country. Since then, he has dedicated his life to helping individuals, teams, and organizations find their charge, share their voice, and make a greater difference in the world.
Brendon is regularly seen on public television, and he has been in media appearances on Anderson Cooper, ABC World News, Wall Street Journal TV, NPR stations, Oprah and Friends, and other popular outlets like SUCCESS magazine, Inc.com, Forbes.com, FastCompany.com, and the Huffington Post.
As one of the most in-demand trainers of our time, Brendon has shared the stage with the Dalai Lama, Sir Richard Branson, Tony Hsieh, Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Stephen Covey, Deepak Chopra, David Bach, John Gray, Jack Canfield, Tim Ferriss, and more. His clients include entrepreneurs and executives from 59 countries, and his advice and training has been in use at, or sought by, Accenture, Alcoa, Amazon.com, The United States Naval Academy, and 34 or the top 50 universities in the world.
Brendons recent online marketing campaigns have set records in publishing, online product launches, and live video broadcast revenue, and he has become the go-to marketing advisor for many of the most successful companies and celebrities in the world. Anderson Cooper calls Brendon one of the top marketing and business trainers in the world.
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Home— CA. Author Brendon Burchard worked as a management consultant for Accenture before a nearly fatal car accident caused him to question the direction of his life. After that experience, Burchard became a life coach and motivational speaker, counseling groups around the country on how to improve their quality of life and create change. Many years ago, Mary's brother died in an accident at the park, and now the narrator finds himself led by a guide named Henry through the park's abandoned streets. The narrator soon discovers that even though the park is closed, characters in the park are there to help him discover the truth about his life and embrace the changes he needs to make.
While he dances, most of the 1, people in the golden hotel ballroom audience clap, jump and sing right along with him. Watching this guy leave caution and self-consciousness backstage inspires others to do the same. But the lightness in his step and the wide, easy smile on his face belie the effort and sheer will that go into spending four full days behind a microphone on his A game the entire time. A few years ago, Burchard consulted with a professional sports trainer to explain the significant weight loss, muscle soreness and swelling he suffered after each of his biggest yearly events. The trainer told him the physical exertion he undergoes onstage results in the same strain on his body as running a marathon each day.
Brendon Burchard is a single man. He is living his life more privately and uptight. Furthermore, he has not been in any relationship in the past nor at present. As for now, he is busy writing books and giving a motivational lesson to his audiences. Brendon Burchard is an American author, motivational speaker, and high-performance coach. He was raised and brought up by his father Mel Burchard in his hometown.
Did I love? Did I matter? For me, the biggest takeaway from my time with Brendon was his view of the one most critical success success trait for anyone in the expert industry. What is the most important ingredient to fantastic success as an expert? Sincere humility and deep respect for every single individual you meet.
Did I love openly? Did I make a difference? He spent his 20s researching psychology and leadership, and consulting at Accenture. By age 32, he had struck out on his own and became a 1 best-selling author, an in-demand high performance coach, a sought-after speaker, and an early pioneer in the online education space. He is also one of the most-watched, quoted and followed personal development trainers in history. For these results, Oprah.
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