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What’s Brian Peter’s Problem? :: Building Confidence and Signaling

Bullies exist for a reason. 


For Brian Peters, bullies led him to begin taking martial arts classes when he was a kid. He decided he’d had enough and wanted to learn how to defend himself when the bullies came around. What he found was that his newfound confidence had him walking and posturing in a much different way, signalling to the bullies that it may be in their best interests to leave Brian alone. Suffice to say, Brian never really had to rely on his newfound skills, but it started a lifelong pursuit of a realized passion!




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Brian owns 360 Krav Maga in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Whether he knows it or not, he’s making a massive difference for many of his students and pretty much anyone who meets him.  



What is Brian’s Problem?  

Like many businesses, COVID has taken it’s toll on 360 Krav Maga. Brian would like to get back up to his pre-COVID numbers and wants to learn how to be more strategically assertive in his sales process and followup.




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Talking about the real problems (and possible solutions) of everyday business owners and professionals in and around Middle Tennessee and beyond…this is the What’s Your Problem Podcast!


WYP is recorded and shot in the Big Dot Lighting HQ in Spring Hill, TN.


Executive Producer: Jennifer Kerr

WYP Intro VO: @johndavidwells

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