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O’Brien McMahon and talk about life goals and looking further into the future to live a more purposeful life.
Rafael Gomez and Bryan Gillette talk about effective leadership and coaching strategies along with how to get people to reach their peak.
Vicki Noethling and Bryan Gillette talk about the key aspects to push oneself and one’s team further and do so leading with common sense.
Robert Lyon and Bryan dig into a variety of topics around high performance. They finish the show talking about how to get several pallets of prescription medicine across three European countries into a war zone.
Erin Urban and Bryan talk about building confidence to achieve EPIC goals. And also getting over barriers during tough times.
Helen Honisett and Vicky Hampson talk with Bryan Gillette about how executives approach productivity and how to keep moving forward when the chips are down.
Kyle Gillette (no relation) and Bryan talk about how to break down big ideas and risk into manageable chucks and also how to look out 10 – 20 years.
Anne Robie and Sherry Essig talk with Bryan about his journey to running his own business, traveling the world and how he got there including some of the low points along the way.
Scott Schuette and Abby Dawson talk about challenging oneself and the value of learning new things.
Michael Rearden and Bryan Gillette talk about mindset and how to get past limiting beliefs.
Wyatt Koenen asks Bryan Gillette about being uncomfortable and how pushing one’s mental limits drives one closer to success and EPIC Performances.
Shemaiah Reed and Bryan talk about how to persevere through the challenging times.
Ken Hannaman and Bryan talk about how there is rarely such a thing as impossible.
Curtis and Bryan talk about how to swing for the fences a little bit more in life.
Alain Dumonceaux and Bryan talk about how to overcome difficult situations and the mindset involved in reaching your peak.
Frank Schwartz and Bryan Gillette talk about how to jump in and figure out things along the way and not be afraid to take that first step to something big.
Jeff Stoner and Bryan Gillette talk about running ultras and what it takes to persevere through difficult times.
Hami Mahani and Bryan talking about running ultra-distance events and how to ramp up for bigger and bigger runs.
David Theriot talk about what it’s like to run the Tahoe 200 as both he and Bryan have completed this epic event.
“Anytime you want to be at your best, you need a vision of where you will go, a strategy for how you will get there, and a clear mind to keep you focused. EPIC Performance gives you that road map and guides you so you don’t get distracted by the shiny objects.”
—BRET HEDICAN, NHL Stanley Cup winner; two-time Olympian; San Jose Sharks broadcaster
“If you are a dreamer who is committed to taking action, EPIC Performance is a must-read! Bryan lays out a plan of purpose, inspiration, grit, and determination that will transform your mindset from ‘I wish I would have...’ to ‘I’m glad I did....’”
—PAUL EPSTEIN, Former NFL and NBA executive, bestselling author of The Power of Playing Offense
“EPIC Performance is a great read with practical advice wrapped around an inspirational story. If you are looking to take that next step in your organization or your life, this book will help you reach higher and achieve extraordinary results.”
—LAILA TARRAF, Former Chief People Officer, Allbirds and Peet’s Coffee & Tea, and bestselling author of Strong Like Water
“Reaching an epic goal or peak performance is easier said than done. EPIC Performance gives readers all the tools, action plans, and encouragement to do nothing less. When you finish reading this book, you will be excited to take the first steps that can and will eventually lead to reaching your own epic goal.”
—JULIETTE GOODRICH, CBS News Anchor/Reporter
“Starting my first company was an exciting but scary prospect. EPIC Performance provides an excellent framework for moving toward and through these crucial and frightening moments by building on your innate drive, determination, and vision. I wish I had these insights back then.”
—JOHN NEWTON, Founder, Documentum and Alfresco