About Me

I am Brett Denton.

site officiel My mission is performance. Performance in business.  Performance in health. Performance in wealth. Performance in life.

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This is not one of those warm and fuzzy stories where I have dreamt about it ever since I was a wee-man and finally, it materialized. No, as a matter of fact, it’s genesis comes directly from the death of my childhood dream. My dream was to play on Sunday’s with millions watching as a professional football player in the National Football League.  I grew up pushing myself to the max physically and mentally to ensure what I lacked in skill I made up for in sheer grit…Until I didn’t.

At some point along the way, I got too good for my own good.  I eased off the gas pedal a little too much.  I became complacent.  I started reading and buying into my headlines.  I started complaining and making up reasons why I wasn’t the starting running back or performing as well as I should have been.  I did everything except the one thing would have had the greatest impact.  That one thing was to look squarely in the mirror.  Because I was not willing or was scared to….

go to website I failed. Not once…many times.

  • I lost in the semi-finals of the Alaska wrestling state championships to an opponent I had never lost to in nine previous matches and was a favorite to win gold.

Once wasn’t enough, so I failed again.

  • I was an eternal backup running back for Boise State University (Although I did start in one game and ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns) Many people may not see this as a failure, but you have to understand this was my entire life at the time.

Then, finally…I failed one more time. (I’m a slow learner)

  • I had a great job, but it was running me ragged, I had no time to take care of myself physically, and I didn’t particularly like it no matter how “good” of a job it was.  Oh, and I had over $100,000 of debt to my name.  Class act!

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I finally looked in the mirror.  

The cold hard truth was staring back at me with bitter disdain and a gauntness that I had never witnessed before.  

I didn’t recognize the person staring back at me.

I was in my twenties and looked like I was going on fifty.  I looked sick, frail, and unhealthy. 

My life had overrun me.  I was an empty shell of a person going through the motions.

The last straw was me standing in my driveway seeing my car repossessed, having no job, and being over one-hundred thousand dollars in debt.


  1. I chose to take responsibility.
  2. I chose to stop blaming or relying on the external.
  3. I chose to become a performer.  
  4. Since that point, I have paid off all debt.
  5. Built a boutique fitness facility that has transformed thousands of lives.
  6. And learned a lot about performance.  
  7. My mission is to help others perform.