On this Episode of Unbound Conversations
Brian takes us through his journey from kitchen table conversations with his mother, a nurse, to working in the White House, serving in the military and tech entrepreneurship. These experiences have influenced his outlook on life and informed his understanding of human potential and performance under pressure.
You’ll hear about the “Service Archetype” – those who want to do hard things, impact lives and serve society which underpins the work at Arena Labs. Today he is on a mission to bring the tools of top performers to frontline healthcare workers and beyond.
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About the Guest
In 2017, Brian founded Arena Labs which is on a mission to reimagine healthcare by treating doctors and nurses as elite performers. By investing in clinicians with the same training, tools and wearable technology as elite military personnel, Olympic athletes, and creative masters, Arena Labs believes hospitals can reduce burnout and provide healthcare teams with the ability to flourish in the face of demanding, stressful career tracks. Arena Labs is the first company to use biometric data to coach physicians and nurses while simultaneously providing healthcare systems with insights around clinician wellness, upstream of burnout. Prior to founding Arena Labs, Brian worked in national security at the White House, Pentagon and in special operations.
- Essential tools for high performers making an impact and serving society at their best
- Mental health and self-care practices for everyone with a focus on healthcare workers
- Overcoming an attachment to identity and transitioning out of the military
- Humility, authenticity, and doing hard things that serve a higher purpose
- Resilience and overcoming past failures
- Coping with family loss in life
- His motivation to do difficult inner work
- Celebrating life and fatherhood