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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Brant Pinvidic. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Brant Pinvidic, often where they are interviewed.

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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Brant Pinvidic. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Brant Pinvidic, often where they are interviewed.

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Are you interested in growing your business?  Have you been struggling to hook clients?  In this episode we dive into discussing pitching your business, selling products, making your presence known, and so much more.

In this episode I talk with Brant Pinvidic, author of The 3-Minute Rule, an award-winning film director, veteran television producer, and founder and CEO of INvelop Entertainment, about how to grow our businesses and sell products better. We discuss how quickly decisions are made, and how we have to take advantage of that in our businesses.

Questions I asked:

  • What should we have a structure to relying info to people?
  • What is the line between passion and promotion?
  • What was going through your mind when you were pitching to these two powerhouses?
  • Why is saying less more?
  • Why should we lead people to making the decision themselves?
  • Did you realize you had the 3 Minute Rule in the early days of your career?
  • What do you suggest for the key points of a pitch?
  • What is a statement of value and why should we have one?
  • Tell me about how you pitched “What I Would Do If I Wasn’t a Rock Star?”

Topics Discussed:

  • How to craft a pitch.
  • Getting clear info to people.
  • Rationalization story.
  • How Writing a Screenplay relates to Pitching.
  • The importance of Short and to the point.
  • Understand that your audience knows more then you do.
  • How to offer your product in a concise way.
  • Knowing how to keep your value in place.
  • Underselling or overselling your product.
  • The All is Lost moment.
  • The importance of the cover on books.
  • Use a negative to your advantage.

Quotes from the show:

  • “You gotta understand what your process is.” @brantpinvidic @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Your audience can engage with you from a place of knowledge and understanding.” @brantpinvidic @SisterhoodSweat
  • “The greater desire to achieve your outcome, the more likely you will be promotional.” @brantpinvidic @SisterhoodSweat
  • “It’s not about what you want to say, it’s about what needs to be said.” @brantpinvidic @SisterhoodSweat
  • “We want them to understand it before they judge it.” @brantpinvidic @SisterhoodSweat
  • “Simple is the new sexy.” @brantpinvidic @SisterhoodSweat

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May 13 2020

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0106 Say LESS To Get More Ft. Brant Pinvidic & Jessie Lee #BOSSLEE

Jessie Lee is The People’s Mentor
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Attention future sales machines. BINGE THIS EPISODE OVER AND OVER. SHARE TO EVERYONE. In this episode of the People’s Mentor, Jessie Lee brings on best-selling author, Forbes contributor, thrill-seeker, father, husband, friend and world renowned television producer Brant Pinvidic for a wide ranging conversation mostly centered around Sales. He reminds you that nobody has all their stuff together, he’s going to help you learn how to pitch your product, and he teaches you his WHAC method that has helped him close over 300 TV shows such as The Biggest Loser, Bar Rescue, and Master Chef. Learn how to tell stories - change your business. Grab his book The 3 Minute Rule on www.jessieleeward.com/booklist and make sure to follow him on Instagram @brantpinvidic or check out his website www.brantpinvidic.com please subscribe, share, review and tell friends! Enjoy the show! Connect with me http://messenger.com/t/imbossleeimbosslee Check out my #1 MLM podcast www.jessieleepodcast.com Subscribe for free content www.jessieleeward.com Follow me on Instagram www.instagram.com/imbosslee Follow me on TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@imbosslee Subscribe to me on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/JessieLeeOSullivan

Apr 24 2020

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150. Simplicity is the New Sexy: How to Be Understood & Get Attention | with Brant Pinvidic

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Today our expert guest is Brant Pinvidic, an award-winning film director, veteran television producer, #1 best-selling author, C-level sales and presentation coach, keynote speaker, top-rated podcast host, and columnist for Forbes. He’s been named to the Hollywood Reporters 30 most powerful reality TV sellers and is widely recognized as one of the great creative sales leaders in Hollywood.

In his #1 best-selling book The 3-Minute Rule, Brant has taken the life, business, and storytelling lessons he’s developed during his Hollywood career and used them to uniquely bridge the entertainment industry and the business community. He specializes in helping others simplify their message, and his endless energy, quest for adventure, and The 3-Minute Rule have helped make him one of the most sought-after C-level consultants in the USA and abroad.

Brant grew up as an entrepreneur in Canada and he struggled to get his ideas going. Raising money for businesses in Canada was so trying that Brant had developed the important skill of being able to convince people and pitch his ideas without sounding desperate. Eventually, Brant became known for his ability to sell ideas and he transitioned into helping companies with their pitches. He saw the frustration in people who believed in their message so strongly but didn’t know how to communicate that properly, and that’s where the idea for the book The 3-Minute Rule came in.

The 3-minute rule says that everything about your business, product, or service must be conveyed clearly, concisely, and accurately in three minutes or less. You have to be able to capture and maintain your audience’s attention and you have to illustrate value. After that, your opportunity will absolutely plummet. You need to build a story like a Hollywood screenwriter so you can lead your audience through their decision to show interest or shut it down.

One of the breakthrough ideas from the book is what Brant calls the WHAC method:

  • What is it? Be literal.
  • How does it work? The function of it.
  • Are you sure? Use facts, figures, and logic to back that up.
  • Can you do it? Talk about costs, next steps, and time frames.

These four questions line up with the natural order that humans make decisions. When you match your pitch to this natural process it becomes obvious to the audience what they want. People crave clarity and, when you can give your pitch in a clear and concise manner, they will be drawn to it.

The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway

“The simplification of what you need to convey is the most important thing in the market today. The more words you use, the less effective you’ll be.”

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Apr 13 2020

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Brant Pinvidic, The 3 minute rule, how to say less to get more from any pitch

Inside Influence
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Greetings everyone, my name is Julie Masters and welcome to another episode of Inside

Influence. In which I delve into the minds of some of the world’s most fascinating influencers

– or experts in influence - to get to the bottom of what it really takes to own your voice - and

then amplify it to drive an industry, a conversation, a movement or a Nation. 

Have you ever been in the situation where you had limited time to pitch an idea? A moment where you knew you had to immediately capture attention, establish credibility and build a compelling enough argument - and that your ability to do so would literally make or break what comes next? 

I’ve found myself on both ends of this situation more times than I can count over the years. Having both made and received hundreds of pitches. Some successfully - some so unsuccessful I still have difficulty thinking about them without shuddering. 

But the ones that went well - that ultimately ended up changing the course of my businesses and career - and the ones where I have been in the position to change the course of someone else’s business or career. Those successful ones all had a few things in common. 

The largest of those? Is an epic FIRST 2-3 minutes.

So when someone sent me a book recently called ‘The 3-Minute Rule: Say Less to Get More from Any Pitch or Presentation’. I was ALL IN.

That book was written by my next guest - Brant Pinvidic - award-winning film director, veteran television producer, keynote speaker, top-rated podcast host (Rob Lowe being one of the most recent guests I tuned into) and columnist for Forbes.

With over 20 years of experience in producing, creating, and directing household TV shows and movies - Brant is widely recognized as one of the great creative leaders in Hollywood. Having given over 100+ successful film and television pitches over his career, Brant learnt that if he didn’t get them in the first three minutes - chances are he wouldn’t get them at all. Taking those business and storytelling lessons he developed a proven blueprint for leaders wanting to position their message with impact.

In today’s conversation we delve into the mechanics of what it takes to get your ideas over the line. Including:


  • Why three minutes is the key to creating an ultra-concise, ultra-compelling pitch for any idea, product, service or company.
  • The Fire Alarm Test – If someone pulled the fire alarm after three minutes of your presentation or sales pitch, have you done enough to make people want to come back and hear more?
  • The four core questions every successful pitch needs to address
  • Why being passionate about everything - often means you are credible about nothing.
  • How to close with a hook that guarantees action.
  • And the difference between situational doubt and self-doubt - in particular why one of those mindsets is self-defeating - and the other is self-preserving.


If now is the time to get others on board with your ideas, product, company or vision - those potentially hold the power to making it happen - then this episode is for you.

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Mar 31 2020

1hr 18mins

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003: Brant Pinvidic | Mastering the 3 Minute Pitch

World Class
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Brant Pinvidic is an award-winning film director, veteran television producer, C-level sales and presentations coach, keynote speaker, top-rated podcast host, and a columnist for Forbes. He has been named to the Hollywood Reporter’s 30 Most Powerful Reality TV Sellers and is widely recognized as one of the great creative sales leaders in Hollywood.

Brant has taken the life, business, and storytelling lessons he’s developed during his Hollywood career and used them to uniquely bridge the entertainment industry and the business community.

His endless energy, quest for adventure, and the 3-Minute Rule have helped make him one of the most sought after C-level consultants in the USA and abroad. He lives in Southern California with his wife and three children.

Watch the video version on travischappell.com/youtube.

Episode Highlights:

  • Brant shares about the personality traits he possessed as a child that drove him to want to be successful very early on.
  • Hear the incredible story of how Brant funded and produced his own pilot for a TV show.
  • Learn the importance of understanding the level of your peers.
  • Brant and Travis discuss the importance of putting in hard work as opposed to simply building perception.

3 Key Points:

  1. Your belief system is crucial to your success.
  2. Your struggles are preparing you to find your people and your place.
  3. Your success is built on your ability to create relationships.

Tweetable Quotes:

  • "You put in the exercise now you're going to see results later." – Brant Pinvidic
  • "The core of my success is built on my ability to create relationships." – Brant Pinvidic
  • "You've gotta know where you sit in the peer level." – Brant Pinvidic
  • "I am not as rich and famous as you think I am. That's just a fact. Nobody is." – Brant Pinvidic
  • "Perception and work go hand-in-hand - that's the secret to success." – Brant Pinvidic

Resources Mentioned:

Mar 16 2020

58mins

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386: Brant Pinvidic | Mastering the 3 Minute Pitch

Build Your Network
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Brant Pinvidic is an award-winning film director, veteran television producer, C-level sales and presentations coach, keynote speaker, top-rated podcast host, and a columnist for Forbes. He has been named to the Hollywood Reporter’s 30 Most Powerful Reality TV Sellers and is widely recognized as one of the great creative sales leaders in Hollywood.

Brant has taken the life, business, and storytelling lessons he’s developed during his Hollywood career and used them to uniquely bridge the entertainment industry and the business community.

His endless energy, quest for adventure, and the 3-Minute Rule have helped make him one of the most sought after C-level consultants in the USA and abroad. He lives in Southern California with his wife and three children.

Hear the full episode March 16th when it releases on Travis' new show, World Class!

Episode Highlights:

  • Brant shares about the personality traits he possessed as a child that drove him to want to be successful very early on.
  • Hear the incredible story of how Brant funded and produced his own pilot for a TV show.
  • Learn the importance of understanding the level of your peers.
  • Brant and Travis discuss the importance of putting in hard work as opposed to simply building perception.

3 Key Points:

  1. Your belief system is crucial to your success.
  2. Your struggles are preparing you to find your people and your place.
  3. Your success is built on your ability to create relationships.


Tweetable Quotes:

  • "You put in the exercise now you're going to see results later." – Brant Pinvidic
  • "The core of my success is built on my ability to create relationships." – Brant Pinvidic
  • "You've gotta know where you sit in the peer level." – Brant Pinvidic
  • "I am not as rich and famous as you think I am. That's just a fact. Nobody is." – Brant Pinvidic
  • "Perception and work go hand-in-hand - that's the secret to success." – Brant Pinvidic


Resources Mentioned:

Mar 11 2020

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Princes of Malibu EP: Brant Pinvidic

The Speidi Podcast
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Author of The 3-Minute Rule / former Princes of Malibu executive producer BRANT PINVIDIC chats with Speidi about his time in reality TV - his relationship with Tony Robbins and David Foster - his adventures with REJECT AVERAGE - parenting and business tips - how Spener became an EP on Princes of Malibu - AND Speidi talks about their time in COSTA RICA!!!

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Feb 04 2020

1hr 31mins

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#15 Making The Perfect Pitch with Brant Pinvidic

Ultimate Marketer | A Real Digital Marketing Podcast
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Brant Pinvidic is a television producer, Forbes columnist, and author of the 3 Minute Rule. In this episode, we discuss how to prepare and deliver the perfect pitch. We also hear his amazing story about pitching Levi Stadium to Vince McMahon for WWE's coveted Wrestlemania event.

Follow Host Orlando Rios: Twitter: @OrlandoRios Instagram: @IMOrlandoRios LinkedIn: Orlando-Rios

Jan 21 2020

28mins

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Pitch Your Business - Brant Pinvidic

I Make a Living
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Welcome to Season 2 of the I Make a Living Podcast. We are excited to kick off 2020 with a brand new season and incredible conversations with some of the most influential and successful entrepreneurs in North America and the world.

As a television producer, Brant Pinvidic has pitched a lot. Like, a lot. In his 15 years in the entertainment industry, Pinvidic has had the chance to get his pitching practice down to a science. In his new book, The 3-Minute Rule, he lays out the basics of what makes a great pitch, and where folks fail. His challenge to readers is to get their pitches down to a crystal-clear three minutes, and on this week's episode, we get the inside scoop on how to nail that process.

"They don’t want to hear any of the fluff and pageantry. They just want to get to the point," Pinvidic says. He gives us some simple ground rules for pitching, including how to avoid too much promotional energy, how to separate opinions from facts, and how to come back from 99 rejections to nail that 100th pitch. His approach has allowed him to become a pitching guru outside the entertainment industry, and he now provides support to a broad range of businesses. "Simple is the new sexy," he says; sounds like three minutes in heaven to us.

Guest: Brant Pinvidic

Book: 3 Min Rule

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Transcript- https://www.freshbooks.com/podcast/pitch-your-business-brant-pinvidic

Jan 13 2020

34mins

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How To Pitch Your Idea In Just 3 Minutes with Brant Pinvidic

The Art of Charm
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You are pitching anytime you attempt to convey an idea, and pitching effectively in today’s world of short attention spans is getting harder and harder, so what can you do to break every pitch down into 3 minutes, improve your own pitching skills, and make sure that next pitch doesn’t cost you a job, an idea, or a relationship?



What to Listen For

  • What can we do to practice our pitching skills?
  • When are we NOT pitching our ideas or ourselves?
  • How do you stand out in a sea of dozens or hundreds of other pitches?
  • What are the two forms of information being conveyed in a pitch and what can you do to balance them so one doesn’t overpower the other and ruin your pitch?
  • Why are the first 3 minutes of a pitch the most important and how do you make them count so you don’t waste your time?
  • What does it mean to have an inform and lead approach to your pitch and why is it so important in today’s world of hyper-sensitive consumers?
  • What are statements of value and how can using them change your career forever?
  • What is the WHAC acronym, how does it relate to the statements of value, and how does it bring everything together to help you build the ultimate 3-minute pitch?
  • How should you approach follow up after you’ve made a pitch and what should you avoid doing at all cost?
  • What is the telephone challenge and how can you use it to understand what parts of your pitch are the most valuable and least valuable?


You are pitching anytime you are trying to get other people to believe an idea you have. It doesn’t matter if those people are your coworkers, friends, potential customers, or a board of directors - you are pitching, and to be great at pitching requires a different approach now than it did in the past. The era of smooth talking salesmen making grandiose claims and trying to reel you in is over. Our attention spans are shrinking and we have become desensitized to ideas that sound too good to be true. It’s time for the facts.



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Resources from this Episode

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Brant Pinvidic’s website


The 3-Minute Rule by Brant Pinvidic


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Dec 16 2019

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