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54 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Brett Bartholomew. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Brett Bartholomew, often where they are interviewed.

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54 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Brett Bartholomew. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Brett Bartholomew, often where they are interviewed.

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Mastering Communication and Leadership with Performance Coach, Brett Bartholomew

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You are not going to want to miss my next guest Brett Bartholomew.  Brett is a performance coach who focuses on COMMUNICATIONS and LEADERSHIP.  So if you are a CEO, in a relationship, a performance coach, teacher or a human being his information will be valuable. Brett dives into the different types of communication and how to understand where someone is at to better relate and if need be, help. I learned so much from his book Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of building buy-in and from him as a man.  Brett is not looking for perfect people to lead; he is looking for a willing, honest flawed individual to take up the role. He shares his unique journey to coaching which may surprise you, and is open about sex being an important part of marriage.  What?  Sex?  He shared how important it is to have ALL the difficult conversations about what is important and what we want.  Refreshingly direct, smart, energetic, honest and on a mission.  Enjoy. 

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Oct 26 2020 · 1hr 34mins
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Episode 128 | Brett Bartholomew

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"You gotta go do it. Lean into the unknown. We have this term, especially when I work with football players, called contact adaptation. There’s a reason they had training camp prior to the season—it’s not just so they could squeeze in extra games, it’s so they can get used to hitting one another and what have you and that actually can decrease the risk of injury. Well, none of these coaches now have contact adaptation. They don’t expose themselves to anything, which leads to a higher likelihood of breakdown. The dose makes the poison. You’re all leaders in different contexts but you’re not leading if you don’t actually lead anybody and nobody can find you. You don’t have to coach world beaters, you don’t have to coach all day every day for 60 years—that kind of experience can be just as toxic as no experience at all—but you do have to lead somebody, you do have to create something. The core lesson there is you have to do. You can’t just ideate and be like ‘Yeah, man, I’m a leader.’ That doesn’t work.”

Brett Bartholomew is one of the top strength and conditioning coaches in the world. He’s worked with a diverse range of athletes across 23 sports, at all levels ranging from youth to Olympians. He’s the author of the best-selling book Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of Building Buy-In, which, as a disclaimer, I helped edit. Through his company, Art of Coaching, he also works with members of the United States Special Forces, Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and universities to help develop more effective leaders and improve interactions and communication.

This is mostly a conversation about coaching—not the technical aspects of strength and conditioning for runners, though we do touch on that a little at the end—but more about the interpersonal side of the craft: the importance of relationships, building buy-in, developing trust, and communicating well. Brett also told me his story about being hospitalized for disordered eating at the age of 15 and how that experience led him down the path of wanting to learn how to communicate with people more effectively and ultimately become a coach. We also talked about putting pressure on yourself, navigating chaos, managing different personalities and emotions, learning to be adaptable, and a lot more.

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Sep 29 2020 · 1hr 10mins

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217: Brett Bartholomew on Communication, Human Dynamics and the Evolution of Coaching in Sport | Sponsored by SimpliFaster

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Today’s episode features performance coach, author, and speaker, Brett Bartholomew.  Brett is the founder of “Art of Coaching™”, which works with corporations in the financial and tech sector, medical professionals, military, as well as professional sporting organizations to enhance their leadership ability through improved communication and understanding of human behavior.  Brett is the author of the best-selling book “Conscious Coaching”, and has spoken worldwide on performance and communication topics.  Brett has served as a performance coach for a diverse range of athletes, ranging from youth to Olympians, those in nearly every professional sport, as well as those in the U.S. Special Forces and Fortune 500 companies.

Coaching is a rapidly evolving field.  Strength coaches must grow in a multi-disciplinary manner on a variety of levels to stay competitive and serve athletes better.  Sport skill coaches cannot simply use the same rigid cues and drill sets and methods that their coach used on them.  Rather, a thorough understanding of human learning and psychology, a more holistic model must be found to facilitate the optimal technical and tactical development of the athlete.

Brett Bartholomew has evolved greatly in his time as a coach, and his diverse coaching background has given him the means to see a large problem in the field: A lack of education, skills, and emphasis in general on communication and understanding of human behavior.  Being a better communicator means acquiring better buy-in, more effort, and more enjoyment on the part of those we are coaching, and there are a lot of means by which we can improve in this arena as coaches.  On today’s show, Brett talks about why communication has been under-emphasized in coaching (despite its importance) how improving in this area can improve athlete outputs, as well as practices and exercises that coaches can utilize to improve their own leadership and communication abilities.

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Timestamps and Main Points

3:30 Key moments in Brett’s evolution as a coach, and his drive towards an emphasis on communication in learning

11:45 Why communication is under-emphasized in most coach education programs, and why coaches are often blind to their own coaching communication abilities

20:40 Concrete outcomes of better communication on the level of the coach and athlete

26:10 How improving one’s communication can help one’s evolution as a coach and leader

38:00 Impression management in life, as well as in the coaching profession

44:10 Types of activities that can make a coach better in a chaotic environment
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Joel Smith: On this show, we're always trying to find, or grab those low hanging fruits of athletic performance, whether it be training the mind, nutrition, stress, and lifestyle perception, reaction, finer points of speed biomechanics, and really anything that exists that I feel is really underrepresented in the way that we seek to give athletes their best experience I'm always looking for. When it comes to coaching, Brett Bartholomew is addressing a very significant, low hanging fruit, and that is of understanding human behavior and communicating properly with one's team, athletes, whoever you're working with in coaching. That's something that doesn't just reside in the coaching field, but is universal. And it shows in Brett's work. Brett is the founder of the Art of Coaching, where he works with many corporations, such as finance, tech, medical professionals, military, as well as sport and athletic coaches.
Aug 27 2020 · 55mins
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EP117: The Power of Communication and Why You MUST Get Better at It as a Coach and Human w/ Brett Bartholomew

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Vigor Life Podcast · EP117: The Power of Communication and Why You MUST Get Better at It as a Coach w/ Brett Bartholomew

I finally got my good friend Brett Bartholomew on the show to talk about something we both feel very strongly about: the power of communication. Brett speaks on this on so many levels – including his must have book, Conscious Coaching and his program Bought In.

Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author, consultant, and Founder of Art of Coaching™. His experience includes working with athletes both in the team environment and private sector – along with members of the United States Special Forces and members of Fortune 500 companies. Taken together, Brett has coached a diverse range of athletes from across 23 sports world-wide—at levels ranging from youth athletes to Olympians. He’s supported numerous Super Bowl and World Series Champions, along with several professional fighters in both professional boxing as well as the UFC.

In this episode we dive into the nuts and bolts of communication, why it’s so important, and the reason you must get better at it— no matter where you currently are with your skill level. We explain why.

Let’s go.

IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN

  • 3 key areas in life where communication is a must and why improving it will get you better results and give you a competitive advantage.
  • Communication represents the very essence of human condition – and yet it’s rarely taught OR evaluated so that coaches can improve.
  • Poor communication can cost you results and your livelihood, and how to avoid having your job taken by robots in near future (listen to the predictions of how many jobs will be lost to this).
  • Why you should be filming yourself speaking and communicating on a consistent basis and asking for constructive feedback.
  • Only 6% of people do THIS and why you have an opportunity to put yourself in the upper echelon of coaches.
  • The 8 components of the communication process. Brett breaks them down so you can hear how you can improve as a communicator.
  • Context is KEY and why it’s one of the most important parts of communication. We discuss HOW to practically change.
  • Verbal, non-verbal, and para-verbal communication, the missing links that are preventing you from being the best communicator.
  • Brett and I dive into examples of communication that you can use to improve how you communicate.
  • Most people are so scared to fail that they avoid working on communication and receiving feedback – which turns into failure in coaching, sales, marketing, and because of that: business.
  • Evolution of coaches and entrepreneurs and THE biggest mistake they’re making that are stopping them from improving.
  • A powerful example/story of how lack of communication could have prevented a loss of thousands of lives, and how YOU may be losing results because of your communication.
  • The important factors of online communication and strategies and tips to instantly improve it and differentiate yourself.
  • Want to sell better and more? Follow these mindsets and strategies Brett and I share that will help you overcome the obstacle of being great at sales.
  • Execute, expand, and evolve: how to take your career to the next level.

And much more.

LINKS AND RESOURCES

Brett Bartholomew: https://brettbartholomew.net/about/
Brett Bartholomew Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coach_brettb/
Bought In Course: https://courses.artofcoaching.com/signup/
Conscious Coaching: The Art & Science Of Buy In: https://www.amazon.com/Conscious-Coaching-Science-Building-Buy/dp/1543179479
Vigor Life Podcast (iTunes): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/vigor-life-podcast/id1180256583?mt=2
Luka Hocevar YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ29YcBh-g6onRujX3wD_XA?view_as=subscriber
Luka Hocevar Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lukahocevar/lukahocevar/

Thanks so much for joining me this week. Have some feedback that you’d like to share? Leave me a review on iTunes.

Aug 11 2020 · 58mins
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NSCA’s Coaching Podcast, Episode 82: Brett Bartholomew

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Brett Bartholomew, keynote speaker, performance coach and consultant, best-selling author, and Founder of Art of Coaching™, talks to the NSCA Coaching Program Manager, Eric McMahon, about the importance of communication as a foundation of coaching, understanding the messy realities of leadership, and how reflection can help the profession grow.

Find Brett on Instagram: @coach_brettb or Twitter: @Coach_BrettB | Find Eric on Instagram: @ericmcmahoncscs or Twitter: @ericmcmahoncscs

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Jul 10 2020 ·
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Brett Bartholomew - Mindset Coach

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Coach Brett is a mindset expert and helps prepare some of the best athletes and corporations the world. I had the opportunity to sit down with Brett and discuss many things touching society today including cancel culture and self destructive behaviors. 

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Jul 08 2020 · 55mins
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#53 | Conscious Coaching With Brett Bartholomew

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With all the knowledge on anatomy, biomechanics, kinesiology, tissue healing guidelines you are maxed out with how good of a practitioner you can be. What do you need to master to move to the next level? Communication. In this episode Arash and Brett Bartholomew discuss the art of communication. Brett began with an overview discussing where his interest in communication stemmed from. He then got into this idea of buy-in, and breaks down actionable steps with how you can improve patient/client buy in today!

Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author, consultant, and Founder of Art of Coaching™. His experience includes working with athletes both in the team environment and private sector along with members of the United States Special Forces and members of Fortune 500 companies.

Taken together, Brett has coached a diverse range of athletes from across 23 sports world-wide, at levels ranging from youth athletes to Olympians. He’s supported numerous Super Bowl and World Series Champions, along with several professional fighters in both professional boxing as well as the UFC.

Enjoy!

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Guest: Brett Bartholomew

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Jun 13 2020 · 48mins
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An Impassioned Performance Conversation with Brett Bartholomew

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Episode #130 of Leave Your Mark is a special edition where Brett Bartholomew and I come together in a great conversation about how as performance professionals, we can be better versions of ourselves. Not how you run better programming or get better results, but how you might work to be a better you.  COVID has created a time gap where lots of personal contemplation and reflection is occurring in our industry.  How will things look on the other side, how do we pivot and perhaps see the opportunities in front of us or around the corner? Enjoy!

Jun 09 2020 · 57mins
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Brett Bartholomew: Burnout, Communication and Buy-In

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In today's episode, Stuart talks to Brett Barthomolew about burnout, where it comes from and how to spot the things that may end up with you burning yourself out, why working on your communication skills is an essential aspect of being a coach and whether or not you can build buy-in with your clients quickly.  Brett Bartholomew is a strength and conditioning coach, author of the excellent Conscious Coaching, consultant, and Founder of the performance coaching and consulting company, The Bridge Human Performance®. His experience includes working with athletes both in the team environment and private sector along with members of the United States Special Forces and members of Fortune 500 companies. You can find out more about Brett and all of his work by heading to artofcoaching.com

 

Timestamps:  
  • [02.20] - How he's finding being a new parent
  • [05.15] - A discussion about burnout
  • [20.35] - What doesn't work for preventing burnout
  • [23.00] - Why he takes so much inspiration from other fields unrelated to the fitness industry
  • [33.00] - How to assess how effective your communication is
  • [40.35] - Can we build buy-in quickly?
  • [48.05] - What coaches can do to build buy-in more effectively early on in the coaching process
  • [52.10] - How he's dealing with the uncertainty of what's going on right now

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May 26 2020 · 58mins
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Episode 11: 5 ways to be a better coach with Brett Bartholomew

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Brett Bartholomew knows a thing or two about how to be a great coach and in this episode, I am chatting with him about 5 ways we can be better coaches today.

Brett is a strength and conditioning coach, author, consultant, and Founder of Art of Coaching™. He has coached a diverse range of athletes from across 23 sports world-wide, at levels ranging from youth athletes to Olympians. This episode is going to be game-changing for conversations around leadership, coaching, program design, and overall buy-in for our clients.

If you're a coach or leader, this is absolutely an episode you will enjoy.

Head over to the show notes for the links and resources mentioned in this episode. Thanks for listening!

Learn more about our sponsor - Strength.com - at BriannaBattles.com/BuiltByStrength

SHOW NOTES: www.BriannaBattles.com/episode11

Apr 13 2020 · 36mins
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