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Saturday, April 25, 2015

A Very Candid Interview with Jesse Brisendine

Hi All,

You asked for it, here it is... a very candid interview with my good friend Macie Berlin.

If you read any of January's blogs, you will remember Macie as she wrote a very popular guest blog about me.  Click here to check it out.

Before we get to the interview, I wanted to share one quick update.

I should have a website up for the Unlock Your Greatness event by the first week of May.  This site will have a ton of info about the October event: what to expect, how to sign up, etc... I will keep you posted.

Can I just say how excited I am for my first Live Event!  I really appreciate all the love, support, and enthusiasm from all of you.  I am extra excited to welcome many of you to Santa Barbara in October. :)

The Macie Interview.

A few weeks ago I asked you all what questions you would like to see Macie ask me.  She picked three of them, and well, I won't spoil the interview, you are going to want to watch for yourself.

What did you think of the interview?  Would you like to see more interviews like this?  Leave Macie and I a comment below.  We would love your feedback.

Carpe Diem,



  1. This interview was fun to watch. I have to say/ask...again... why don't you two become more than friends? The way you both smile when you look at each other, and the love for each other that you can see when you look at each other, is a beautiful thing. If you don't see it, go back and watch it again. I look forward to more videos like this.

  2. You took the words right out of my mouth Wendie lol

  3. I totally agree with Wendy!! The friendship you both have and how you both interact with each other is touching! Truly the unconditional love, friendship and loyalty are evident. You both Rock! Can't wait to see the next interview!

  4. Awesome interview! Very funny and interesting questions:)
    Love your answer about King Arthur! I also would love to go back in time, meet famous people in british history and ask them about several things. As I love history that would be better than any books:)
    When I'm visiting historic buildings I always think of what a former colleague said to me; Sad stones aren't able to tell stories!:)