How to Pitch Your Ideas with Brant Pinvidic

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Brant Pinvidic pitched ideas for a living. As a highly successful TV and film producer, his projects were born and died via his ability to communicate the concept simply, quickly, and effectively.
Over time he discovered a simple format that all strong pitches shared. We got to dig into his 3 Minute Pitch format, his journey into and out of Hollywood, and how to apply his format to your life, career, and work.

Brant was a lot of fun to interview. He’s a true professional and a master of his craft. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

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In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How Brant got into Hollywood
  • Why you shouldn’t follow other people’s career maps
  • Brant’s mindset towards new goals/projects
  • What’s stopping you from moving forward
  • What to do if things doesn’t work out for you
  • The difference between self-doubt and situational-doubt
  • Why understanding self-doubt and situational-doubt important
  • Why the phrase “You can do whatever you put your mind to” isn’t helpful, and what else to use instead
  • Why focus one one thing is better than many
  • How Brant knew it was time to make a jump from producer to speaker-consultant
  • What happens if you focus on potential failure
  • “The 3-Minute Rule” and Brant’s new book
  • How to apply “The 3-Minute Rule” to your work, career, and life
  • How to apply Brant’s pitch format to a job interview
  • What Brant thinks about “Meaning, calling, and purpose” when it comes to work

Resources Mentioned:

Brant’s website

Brant’s Twitter

Books mentioned: The 3-Minute Rule by Brant Pinvidic

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