Brent Robertson, Co-Founder, Fathom - Creator, Purpose Practiced. Photo by Mike Marques

Brent Robertson

Co-Founder - Fathom, Creator - Purpose Practiced
Brent works with leaders to design futures worth believing in™. A partner at Fathom, he champions an approach to strategic planning, leadership development, talent engagement, and market differentiation that prioritizes people and relationships. As a result, his clients don’t simply plan their futures, they bring them to life through the energy of organization-wide involvement in, and commitment to, generating valuable businesses that matter.
In addition to his client work, Brent is an outspoken advocate for the region, and serves as an advisor to community, faith and business organizations who endeavor to create a better future for everyone who lives here. With a bias toward provoking new ways of seeing the world and taking action to change it, Brent is a sought after keynote speaker and is regularly featured in regional and national publications.
Brent has oriented his life around helping people create conditions for their success, and is the creator of the personal development company Purpose Practiced  He is frequently invited to lecture on the topic of purpose, community and leadership, and uses his personal transformation experience as a place from which to mentor others through personal and professional change.
To learn more about Brent, read his Thrive Global interview by Fotis Georgiadis
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The present of your presence

The hottest gift on everyone’s list isn’t what you think.

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Flower in the grass

The breathtaking moments when who we are, and what we’re here for, reveals itself

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The Prison of Knowing – and how to break free of it

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How to have conversations that create possibilities (instead of destroying them)

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