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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bruno Guevremont. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bruno Guevremont, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bruno Guevremont. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bruno Guevremont, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 6 Bruno Guevremont

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This episode is chock-full of interesting stories and first-hand accounts that will keep you tuned in the whole time! Bruno has a big personality to wrangle and this was too short of time to get to all the good stuff!

I talk to my friend and peer Bruno who spent 15 years with the Canadian Armed Forces, serving two tours in Afghanistan. He spent his second tour as a part of an anti-explosives team in Afghanistan - we get to learn a Canadian first about this too in the episode. Upon returning home, he realized that his own mental health was deteriorating.

In 2014, he was medically released from the Canadian Armed Forces and began searching for a path to recovery. This path lead to being Captain of Team Canada at Prince Harry’s Invictus Games and  Bruno continues to serve as an Ambassador of the Invictus Games and Mental health advocate - Bell - Let's Talk

Bruno works with some of the biggest veteran organizations in the world, high- profile CEOs, world-class athletes, and fast-tracking companies—helping each to establish a solid foundation for sustainable peak performance.

Being an entrepreneur at heart he has also owned a CrossFit gym, and today, Bruno helps high-profile CEOs, executives, managers, and organizations navigate a clear path to their next level of greatness. He believes that sustainable peak performance is achievable. He calls himself a High-Performance Catalyst Coach.

Website: https://brunoguevremont.com

Resource sites

Bell - Lets Talk -https://letstalk.bell.ca/en/get-help

Wounded Warriors - https://woundedwarriors.ca/

The lifeline Canada Foundation -https://thelifelinecanada.ca/resources/veterans-and-military/

Invictus Games https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/campaigns/invictus-games-2020.html https://invictusgames2020.com/en/

True Patriot Love Foundation https://truepatriotlove.com/

Canada Military Mental health link https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/benefits-military/military-mental-health.html

Aug 27 2020 · 55mins
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OBL 015 - Ownership, Taking Responsibility, and Mental Health with Bruno Guevremont

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Bruno is a 15 year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, serving two tours in Afghanistan, and serving his second tour on a team that dealt with more than 100 IEDs (improvised explosive devices)   He was medically released in 2014 and began the road to recovering his own mental health.    That same year he completed an expedition to the North Pole, which was captured in the documentary March to the Pole.   That spawned his personal quest to advance mental health awareness, and today Bruno builds (and rebuilds) elite performers.   He's focused on inspiring greatness on battlefields and in boardrooms, building high-performance leaders and organizations in every arena he enters.   Today, Bruno is the CEO of Platinum Black Leadership, where he helps high-profile CEOs, executives, managers and organizations navigate a clear path to their next level of greatness.
Jul 22 2020 · 1hr 28mins

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Bruno Guevremont Part #2

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If you have not listened to part one, please stop and listen to part one first. In this episode, we wrap up our conversation with Bruno and get some great info on how to change your mindset, routine and how serving others is a huge benefit.


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Jul 07 2020 · 34mins
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EP# 37 Bruno Guevremont, North Pole Explorer, The Vets Brigade

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Bombs, Guns and Mental Health | Bruno Guevremont and Grant Donnelly | SX 003

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Todays Guest is Bruno Guvremont former Bomb Disposal Expert with the Canadian military. Entrepreneur and mental health advocate.

Bruno talks candidly about his time in Afghanistan.

What it was like to come back home, his PTSD and his journey to recovery.

How his son and fitness helped Bruno out of the darkness and set him on a new path to success.

His journey to the pole and what it's like to be a dad today. 

Jun 30 2019 · 2hr
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VIRES 029: Bruno Guevremont on mental health in Real Estate

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Today is Bell Let's Talk Day in Canada. A day with the bold mission of eliminating stigma around mental health in Canada. Why is this such an important conversation to have? One in five Canadians will suffer from mental illness at some point in their lifetime. One of the biggest hurdles for anyone suffering from mental illness is overcoming the stigma. It is the number one reason why two-thirds of those living with a mental illness do not seek help. The high flying and fast paced real estate industry is no exception to these stats. We work under tight timelines, high pressure and with seemingly increasing expectations. In this business, the stakes are high - both in terms of the risk and the reward. So today we shine a light brightly on the topic of mental health so that we can learn about how to be more compassionate to ourselves and more empathetic to others we work with you might be struggling. We couldn't have found a better person to have this conversation with than Bruno Guevremont. In addition to his unbelievable past experiences serving in our armed forces, he is also Bell Let's Talk ambassador. He brings the perspective of someone who was an extremely high functioning achiever, that then crashed out with severe symptoms of PTSD (PSDI), managed to pick himself up after years of struggling and now is living a full life that keeps getting better every day. 

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If you are in crisis, please go to your local hospital or call 911 immediately.

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Jan 30 2019 · 1hr 27mins
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#006- Veteran, Mental Health Advocate & Performance Coach, Bruno Guevremont

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It was an absolute pleasure to connect with Bruno Guevremont in this episode. Bruno is a military veteran, CrossFit gym owner, mental health advocate, and Team Canada Invictus captain. Bruno discusses with me what trust the process means to him and how that process has helped shape his life to where it is today!
Sep 12 2018 · 22mins
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Resilience with Bruno Guevremont #13

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On today’s show I have with me Bruno Guevremont.

Bruno spent 15 years with the Royal Canadian Navy.

Bruno is an entrepreneur, north pole explorer, Invictus Games 2016 Team Canada Captain, and speaker.

He’s the only member of the Canadian Forces to dismantle an explosive vest off of a live suicide bomber.

“What’s normal for the spider is chaos for the fly.” – Charles Addams

Speaking with Bruno is easy. He’s quick to laugh, good-natured, and humble. I don’t think there’s anyone on the planet who could talk to this modern day warrior and sense anything resembling weakness.

But when Bruno got sick and left the Royal Navy, he underwent immense, immense suffering. So much so that he gave his therapist one last shot to help him and, if nothing changed, he had his suicide planned out.

Luckily for myself and everyone this awesome and inspiring man has touched in the years since, that last therapy session proved fruitful and put him on the path towards healing.

It’s directly because of this life experience that Bruno dedicates all of his time and energy towards helping his fellow man overcome their mental health challenges.

In our conversation we cover paying attention to the stories we’re telling ourselves, the benefits of living in a remote village walled off from the rest of the world, seeing the humanity in people we perceive to be our enemies, and much, much more.

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Aug 17 2018 · 1hr 6mins
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#15: Bomb-Diffusal, A North Pole Exploration, and One War Hero's Courageous Heart: Learning How To Teach Kids with Trauma and PTSD (with Bruno Guevremont)

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Ever wonder what an ex-bomb-disposal war vet and paratrooper could teach you about being a better educator? You’re in for a real treat! I’d like to wager that after this conversation, you’ll see your students in a whole new light. In this episode we explore a number of important topics including challenging your assumptions about people, ways to challenge yourself, how nature and contribution can make you happier, and the a 140k multiple day hike across the North Pole helped this war vet overcome the devastating PTSD symptoms of trauma.

"I SPENT 15 YEARS WITH THE ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY, serving two tours in Afghanistan. I was trained as a Weapons Specialist, Paratrooper, Navy Diver, and spent a good portion of my military career as a member of a Canadian Counter Improvised Explosive Disposal Team.
I am also the only member of the Canadian Forces to ever dismantle an explosive vest off a live suicide bomber.
After returning home from my second tour in Afghanistan, I couldn’t function like a normal member of society. I was on high alert at all times, uncomfortable around others, and spiraling in the depths of my own mind.

I remember staring at my nightstand, and wishing there was a handgun inside to stop the pain. And then I’d get out of bed, get dressed and head out. This is how I started my day. I’d drive to the base and dream of crashing my car into the big rock face that I passed on the way. There were car crash casualties there all the time, so nobody would know I did it on purpose. My family would get the insurance money and this constant pain would end.

Around this same time, I was diagnosed with PTSD and medically released from the Canadian Armed Forces. I could’ve believed I was broken and gave up right there, but then I would think of my little guy growing up without a dad.

This shit wasn’t about me anymore. It was all for my little guy. I forced myself to find ways to recover. But the first step was taking responsibility and accepting that I signed up for this. I was a warrior.

I dropped my ego and asked for help.
I chased my passions and opened my own gym.
I completed an expedition in the North Pole.
I led Team Canada in the Invictus Games.
I summited Mount Kilimanjaro.
I stepped back into the roles I was meant for - survivor, warrior, leader.

I became a voice for my brothers and sisters who serve.Today, I’m building a community, bringing those who serve together to conquer PTSD. I’m also fortunate to be able to help thousands of people transform their lives and businesses - from CEOs and influencers to athletes and celebrities (not to mention, some of the biggest veterans and charity organizations in Canada).


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Jul 16 2018 · 1hr 4mins