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teamwork for a cause | education | stewardship | self-actualization | entrepreneurship | risk & reward | self-motivation | work ethic | overcoming obstacles | longevity


I believe things that are hard for you are frequently good for you.


"We invited Brody to Hollywood to talk about his experience as an outdoor enthusiast with RED cameras and to host the wrap party of our film competition, REDIRECT Explore. His delivery was high-energy and engaging. He kept the attendees on the edge of their seats wanting more. We appreciate the value he brought to the structure of the event."
-Breanne K.
RED Digital Cinema

 

"...the students will be more aware of our changing planet after this incredible presentation. Brody was amazing and I am so glad that he shared his personal expedition with us. His story was amazing and expressed his zest for life. Loved it!"
-teacher
Mammoth Middle School

Do you seriously think I travel the world, climbing and skiing weird mountains, and don't have embarrassing stories? 

In front of audiences large and small, I translate my strange, nearly unrelatable mountain experiences into growth opportunities for students, employees, athletes, and more.
My presentations are lighthearted, story-based, visual, interactive, custom-made, and frequently discuss Why Things That Are Hard For You Are Good For You as a way to encourage individuals to step outside of their comfort zones and into discovery of their own potential. Moreover, I believe teamwork can empower us to strive to improve ourselves, one another, and our world.


"Working with Brody was a fantastic opportunity. He was very responsive, accommodating, and professional throughout our correspondence, which made it easy and fun to plan a great event at Lyndon State College. I look forward to working with him again in the future."
-Alex B.
Lyndon State College Outing Club


  photo  Jim Harris  location  Wasatch Mountains, Utah

photo Jim Harris
location Wasatch Mountains, Utah

AUDIENCES

American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education
Ascent Backcountry Snow
Aspen Skiing Company
Beachside Montessori Village
Bozeman Ice Fest
Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association
Green Sports Alliance
Granite Backcountry Alliance
Lanier Middle School
Lyndon State College
Mammoth Middle School
McGillis School
Outdoor Retailer
Outside Television
Park City Day School
Protect Our Winters
RED Digital Cinema
Rowland Hall-St. Marks School
SHIFT
Snowbird
Snowsports Industries America
Sun Valley Institute
University of Utah
Uptown School Complex
Utah Adventure Journal
Utah Avalanche Center
Utah Snow and Avalanche Workshop
Utah Valley Earth Forum
Utah Valley University
West Geauga High School
Westminster College
Winter Wildlands Alliance 

Adventure athlete, Brody Leven, spoke at the Utah Snow and Avalanche Workshop in Salt Lake City 10-31-2015 on Traveling to Ski the World Without Avalanche Forecasts.


  photo  Brian Thurber  location  Solitude, Utah