Brett has spent his life learning how to be a top performer first in athletics and school and now in life and business.
Fun Fact: Brett invests an average of $100k per year on personal development, business development, experimentation, and coaching because he firmly believes an investment in oneself is the best investment a person can make.
Brett learned to be a top performer from the world’s leading performance mentors, including Bob Proctor, Steve Seibold, Clay Clark, Rob Berkley, Kim Bulter, Scott Oldford, Charles Poliquin, Craig Ballantyne, Pat Rigsby, Ramit Sethi, Ryan Holiday, Eben Pagan, to name a few of his mentors. More importantly, Brett learned how to be a top performer by implementing what he learned.
His mission is to help millions of business owners and entrepreneurs squeeze every drop out of life by performing at their best.
Brett walked on and earned a full-ride scholarship as a football running back for the nationally-ranked Boise State Broncos.
Fun Fact: Brett was an eternal back-up in college, but he was the starting running back for one game against Utah State, where he ran for 125 yards and two touchdowns.