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TEDxSinCity - Bryan Franklin - The Most Dangerous Question On Earth

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Uploaded on May 27, 2011

Bryan has coached top level executives at Fortune 1000 companies (including Apple, Logitech, Google, Cisco and LinkedIn) and helped entrepreneurs build their fledgling organizations into success
stories--taking them from start-ups to billion dollar-generators (including Interwoven, Ariba, and Cadence).

Together with his partner in business and in life, Jennifer, he's now offers some of the most impactful group experiences available in the planet. These group intensives train entrepreneurs to free themselves financially and spiritually -- to transform the way they see themselves and the world, so that the distinction between "career" and "life" dissolves and each human interaction can be both lucrative and fulfilling of purpose.

A former student and highly successful coach says this:

"Bryan is one of my favorite embodiments of the divine masculine. With all the right amounts of give and take he makes art with his interactions. To interface with Bryan is to dance with your own edge. In his eyes,
you befriend all your future and past selves. To be loved by him is to die into who you dream of being."

Bryan's talk was titled "The most dangerous question on earth" and explored the essential role of paradox in leadership -- and how to resolve the apparent conflict between customer focus/intimacy and staying true to who you are -- by asking one question that can ruin your life and set you free.

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