Brett has launched two multi-million dollar businesses, studied with some of the world’s leading self development teachers, visited 40 countries, released an album, starred in a stage musical, got married, escaped from Alcatraz, became a father, and he currently trains and coaches professionals at Fortune 1000 companies globally.
What’s an interestingly weird fact about yourself?
I wet my bed until an abnormally old age, like 8 or 9 and was embarrassed about it.
How did your journey as an entrepreneur all begin?
Was working at a record store towards getting a job of working for a record company.
I didn’t get the job so I was devastated.
Had enough money to move so moved to San Fransisco and started with that company.
Out of the 40 countries you have traveled, what are your favorite 2 places and why?
Nepal was incredible and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Big Reason Why:
Didn’t want anyone else telling me what else to do when I first began.
I wanted Freedom and money.
Then it transformed into having the ability to put out into the world exactly what I put out to the world.
Biggest Temporary Defeat:
It took 4 years to get back to the same amount of income and freedom I had before.
Money cannot buy happiness.
What’s your secret to launching a 7 figure business?
Sheer energy and determination.
Weird Breakthrough Experience:
I launched a new business and at the same time was training to be a speaker for a personal development company.
The ability to be vulnerable with people, emotional breakthrough in my life.
What’s the vision of Brett Gajda look like for the future?
Speak to millions globally and make a difference in their lives.
Continue to dive into my own journey to create great shows.
Please tell us more about your Where There’s Smoke podcast:
The show is the full expression of me, I’m my happiest and best in full expression.
Best Entrepreneur Advice:
What is the life u imagined?
What’s your perfect avg. day look like?
You have to know what that is and if you don’t know what that is, spend time figuring that out.
The War Of Art – by Steven Pressfield
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