Sep 19, 2022
Today's guest is no stranger to the show as he has been featured on it before! Welcome Brett Culp, an acclaimed filmmaker and social entrepreneur. He is the personal cinematographer for Hollywood stars, music icons, authors, hall of fame athletes, and royal families, and his films have been featured on Netflix, Apple TV, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. His uplifting keynote speeches deliver practical methods for uniting teams for a meaningful mission and creating growth through trust and genuine connection.
Brett talks about the difficult social climate in which we currently live and what responsibility falls upon the shoulders of entrepreneurs to be a source of light for people. He also touches upon his view of leadership, how the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a shift in leadership mindset, the difference between managing and mentoring, how to unlock people's hidden potential, the benefits of feedback and one-on-one communication, why stress makes us stronger rather than weaker, and so much more!
Andy, as usual, found his conversation with Brett to be enlightening, and he hopes you find it helpful as well! If so, then he would love it if you would share this episode with a few people you know who might also enjoy it and would also be grateful if you were to subscribe to the podcast if you aren't already so that you never miss a new episode! Be sure also to leave a top review wherever you listen because that really helps out the show and helps people find it!
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[2:06] – Brett touches upon our living in a state of constant crisis.
[3:43] – Brett advises on how to avoid feeling overwhelmed in these trying times.
[5:45] – Andy enthusiastically refers to the book The Obstacle Is the Way.
[6:25] – Brett compares the conversation to breaking the sound barrier.
[8:37] – Brett reflects on how the COVID-19 pandemic has led to independence.
[11:19] – Mentoring rather than managing is still leadership, Brett asserts.
[13:11] – Brett argues that we need to decide what we want our customer experience to be.
[15:53] – Brett points out that the meaning of leadership is often misunderstood.
[18:50] – Organizations that can respond quickly to change are the ones that will survive.
[21:18] – Andy points out that involving people needs to happen on an ongoing basis.
[22:47] – Learn what it means to be anti-fragile.
[24:19] – Hear where you can get more information about Brett.
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Title Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Kushner Entertainment.