High Performance Habits Explained | with Brendon Burchard

High Performance Habits Explained | with Brendon Burchard


One of the MOST anticipated and requested interviews of all time is finally here! There is none more accomplished in the space of personal development and peak performance than today's AMAZING guest. This interview filled me with so much joy, light, and motivation and I know it will do the same for you! It is my honor to bring you, Brendon Burchard!

In case you've been under a rock… Brendon Burchard is a 3-time NY Times bestselling author, one of the most quoted personal development trainers in history. Forbes named him the world’s leading high-performance coach and Larry King named him the world’s top motivational trainer! This is a MAJOR POWER PLAYER and dear friend and we've got a message for YOU!

In this interview we dive deep into how you can use your emotions, even the ones we consider to be "bad" emotions like guilt and defeat, to create and fuel success!

Brendon and I open up and share how the effects of COVID-19 are affecting our businesses and personal lives and share what we are doing to continue to be a leader in our professional and personal lives. From it, you'll learn how to reprogram your mind to THINK like a peak performer and how to use the struggles we are ALL facing right now to find balance, peace, and endurance for yourself AND for your family.

Even if you've already ready Brendon's book, "High-Performance Habits", the tactical skills shared in this interview will help you jump start your life and develop the habits needed to generate momentum and sustain your ability to achieve at the highest levels… even in the midst of this pandemic!

Brendon evens shares his emotional and powerful experience with his father during his final days on earth that will move you to your core. I'm a strong dude but this interview truly touched my heart and nearly brought me to tears.

If you want to become a better version of yourself, increase your skills, your knowledge, your ability to lead and love yourself, and others, 2 of the most followed and influential motivational and peak performance coaches are RIGHT HERE to teach you how.


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39 thoughts on “High Performance Habits Explained | with Brendon Burchard

  1. I have this book!!! Now two of my favorite mentors from afar together???!!!! THANK YOU for this Combo ED, YOU get it RIGHT EVERYTIME!!!

  2. Love that rest and breaks are included in this video! Two great guys.

  3. Ed you’re awesome! I love Brendon. Read all his books and subscribe to his HPX academy. You know what your audience loves. I have read books written by almost all of your guests. Keep up the good work. Thank you for sharing your joy and passion to help inspire us.

  4. Ed, you never disappoint me! I’ve been following your for some time now! If I’m.down, I can always depend on you to keep going! Thank you for all that you do! You have always, more than anyone …..
    Made it “necessary” for me to move on! Thank you for being you!❤️❤️❤️

  5. So grateful for you and what you do Ed. You probably hear that a lot…. but you and your videos always make an impact on my life. I truly appreciate you.

  6. Loving podcasts on habits/skill building. A great way to bust out of mediocrity…which for me is often times harder than getting off the bottom.
    James Clear would be another great one to have on.

  7. You are literally puting out the best content on Yotube.
    Thanks a lot man!

  8. So True…A Daily Shot of Ed Goes a Long Way..Life Changing ;o)

  9. This is honestly the most amazing interview I’ve watched in a while! I deeply connected with it and really appreciated Brendons words. And thank you Ed for being a present interviewer, asking the right questions that would prompt such a powerful message and stir such an interesting conversation. Thank You! This really gave me a lot of clarity, will definitely be reading the book

  10. Ed, every time when I think you can’t give me more, you do!! “What leaders do, they set their intentions going into battle, Reverence for life.” I was hung on every word. I have Brendan’s High Performance Habits which I will read again!! This is a true celebrity. Just freakin’ awesome!!! Thank you Ed

  11. This interview was definitely timely! Loved the content that you guys brought out. Intention and Explicit Communication are indeed the glue that brings teams, families, or groups together. Great stuff!

  12. You’re right! Ed asks the best questions of his guests. These two are my favorite high-performance coaches!

  13. I’m so glad to be here for you Lisa. The MAXOUT community is strong!

  14. True! Ed is an amazing host. I loved this one. Thanks for watching!

  15. Holy wow! Love this interview. How has Brendon not been on my radar. I so needed to hear that part about intense. People tell me I’m intense. I respond that I am passionate. I don’t want to scare them away so I find myself trying to control it and bring it down so many notches because I think it’s not feminine or it’s “too much“ for a woman. Thank you for freeing me up. I now know how to try to channel it

  16. Thank you Ed and Brandon for being so vulnerable at the end of this video, I truly appreciate both of your transparencies.

  17. High Performer habits: ( my favorite part is: it’s not about degree, money, or current status).
    1. Exercise 5 times more weekly than others.
    2. Take a break every 55 min. to recharge
    3. have clarity: who am I, how do I want to be perceived. – they journal more than other people.
    4. Have a role model mentality- be kind, be positive.
    5. they are purpose-driven- Servant of the public.

  18. That was such an amazing interview! Thank you both for such a deep and insightful conversation. ❤ I’ve got Brendon’s book, started to read it and stopped. I’ve got inspiration with this interview to continue reading it.

  19. Thank you so much Ed & Brenden it was exactly what I needed to hear tonight it’s 5 o’clock in the morning it’s been a rough day for our family here in Orlando getting ready to change careers change cities my wife lost both of her parents to cancer and I have both my parents still , the story of his dad’s interview was inspiring and something I have been thinking about doing…thank you so for much for all you do congratulations on all your success and I hope to meet you someday. Have a maxed out day today…!!! 🙏

  20. That’s the one that really got me too ..
    I went back to listening again..
    Wow So Good !!

  21. I agree I feel that you two are the most honest and has God in your life your Spiritual Beings as well as grade motivational leaders I’ve been listening more and more to your content of all the self-help gurus out there I love Brandon’s organizational habits and skills just thank you so much

  22. I have so much energy that I’ve gotten that a lot comments like if you could tone it down a little bit or take it down a notch I’m thinking oh my God most people say I love your energy but the ones that are living in fear or I don’t know but I’m going to do me be myself then I think you’re coming from the strongest place

  23. I love what he said about reverence for life. I was in Law Enforcement for 23 years, I saw quite a bit of death, as well as coming close to death in a few occasions. and I thank God everyday for another day to try to better myself. Thank you for this interview, I absorbed some tremendous nuggets of pure gold, that will help me in my business.

  24. Wow, that was amazing. Learned so much, and just feel like I’ve unlocked more of me. Awesome stuff man.

  25. AMAZING interview Ed and Brendon, thank you!
    When my dad was dying from cancer I spent some time with him and also recorded him while he was singing and we had some good time before he was gone. Now I wish I have asked him this questions. When we are able to travel again for sure I’ll ask my mum this questions.
    God bless you guys.

  26. Great content, this was so perfect I’ll be listening to it again tomorrow to let it sink in. The ending story hits home, I have great regret that I didn’t interview in some way my parents before they passed, now I crave just one more conversation with them.

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