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With over 20 years of experience in producing, creating, and directing TV shows and movies, Brant Pinvidic has developed some of the most advanced pitch and presentation techniques that he now teaches to people from all walks of life.  From humble beginnings in Canada, he worked his way through the ranks of Hollywood, earning his reputation as one of the industry's most effective and dynamic creative sales executives.

Brant has taken the life, business, and storytelling lessons he’s developed during his Hollywood career and used them to uniquely bridge the entertainment industry and the business community. In 2019 Penguin Random House will release his highly anticipated book, the 3-Minute Rule. In it, Brant details the system that has helped hundreds, from Fortune 100 CEO’s to PTA presidents, Say Less To Get More

During his more than 15 year career as a 
Television and Film producer, Brant has
 created, developed, sold and produced more
 than 300 television projects across nearly every network, cable, and digital channel. Prior to launching his own production company in 2016, Brant was the Senior Vice President of Discovery Communication’s TLC Channel and the President and COO of 3 Ball Entertainment, one of the world’s largest production companies, with smash hits like The Biggest Loser, Bar Rescue, Master Chef, and Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition.

In 2015, Pinvidic produced, directed, and starred

in his first feature documentary, Why I’m Not on Facebook. The critically acclaimed film won at the Manhattan Film Festival, aired in more than 50 countries around the world, and is available on

DVD in every major retailer including Amazon and Wal-Mart. The sequel, Why I’m Not On PokemonGo screened at film festivals all over the world, won six “Best Documentary Short” awards and has been downloaded more than 1 million times.

Following the successes of the Why I’m Not film franchise, Brant launched the Why I’m Not podcast. The podcast features guests from across the celebrity spectrum including Hope Solo, Rob Lowe, King Bach, Nolan Gould, Amanda Cerny, and Heidi and Spencer.  The podcast launched on Afterbuzz TV, iTunes and Podcast One and quickly rose to

the top of the charts on all platforms with more

than 1 million total downloads.

Brant grew up in Canada as a serial entrepreneur. He’s raised millions of dollars, launched and operated dozens of different companies, managed thousands of employees, and made and lost several fortunes. Brant used these years of entrepreneurial lessons when he moved to the entertainment industry to quickly rise through the creative and executive ranks.


Known for his intense passion for life and his endless energy, Brant is always looking for adventure and has a thirst to try new things. Through his non-profit travel and adventure club, Reject Average, Brant takes friends, colleagues and clients on unique adventures designed to take them out of their comfort zones and into awe inspiring adventures.


Married to his high school sweetheart for more than 20 years, Brant is a devoted family man focused on raising his three children on the southern California coast. He has strong ties to the community and through his 501c3, The Juliant Foundation, operates several charitable organizations and events, including his annual celebrity charity golf tournament benefitting St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, and The E3 Entreprenuer Camp that hosts week long no cost entrepreneurial camps for at-risk jr. high school students.


Brant has an intense personal passion for animal rescue and founded the Albert the Turkey Rescue Foundation after his pet turkey Albert went mega-viral. Brant and his wife have rescued hundreds of animals of all shapes and sizes at their LA home, and currently have an evolving montage of rescue dogs,

cats and horses.

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