Matt Brauning has been an entrepreneur since 2002, and is the host of a top 10 ranked iTunes marketing podcast called “The Purpose Driven Entrepreneur.”
He filmed in the movie “The Journey” with Brian Tracy and Bob Proctor, and you’ve seen him on TV on ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX.
As a 2-time best selling author, Matt captivates all types of audiences with an honest, hilarious, and exciting look into Leadership, Motivation, and Entrepreneurship.
He has been speaking full-time since 2006 all over the world including the US, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. Matt has produced over 200 multi-day seminars and workshops, and has spoken at well over 1000 events.
Some of his clients include: U.S. Bank, John McAfee (Founder of McAfee Antivirus), New York Life, Project Management Institute (PMI), University of Southern California, The Point Church Network, Keller Williams Real Estate, The YMCA, and others.
He is an avid motorcycle rider, church leader, and rock climber, climbing technical roped ascents of mountains like Mt. Whitney and Halfdome in Yosemite.
He resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan with his amazing wife Lola and awesome son Valiant.
Podcast Topics: Business, Entrepreneurship, personal development, marketing, leadership, NLP
Ideal Guest Avatar:
Successful entrepreneur with a great back story! Any background is ok, but business owner is best. If not, they should have a unique or interesting point of view on personal or business development.
Not appropriate for this podcast: Too woo-woo, psychic, energy healing, and similar. It’s awesome stuff, just not for our audience.
What are you looking for in a guest :
Natural conversation, and any notable accomplishments are helpful. Do you have great (yet compact) stories to answer with? Are you fun? Can we legitimately enjoy the interview together? I don’t want to spend an hour with someone I don’t really get a long with 🙂
Best advice to offer those looking at being a podcast guest:
Be yourself, really have fun, so I can see us hanging out together. Tell your story, but don’t just tell us a “series of events” what’s the story? Don’t try to sell yourself to everyone.