Stefan Steinacher is a steadfast member of the sports scene and an important link between athletes and spectators. Sitting at his microphone, he has commented roughly 20 different world championships and three Olympic Games. He also appears as a live speaker at tennis, Formula One and MotoGP events. A native of Fieberbrunn, he has accompanied sporting events with his unbridled enthusiasm for almost 18 years. That said, his favorite occupation is interviewing and getting to know the widest possible variety of people. As the moderator of our new “Bründl Moves” podcasts, he will primarily chat with diverse personalities who are guided through their lives by a personal vision, constantly finding inspiration from within themselves.
Episode#3 - Downhill world champion Vali Höll
Enjoy life despite ambition and self-discipline
In the third episode of the Bründl Bewegt podcast, Stefan Steinacher talks to the 20-year-old downhill world champion and overall World Cup winner, Valentina Höll, under the motto "Looking ahead". At the age of 12, the Pinzgauer started her list of wearing Red bull on her head, standing on the podium and being the fastest in her discipline. Only a short time later she has achieved all of this, "it all just happened somehow and happened naturally," says the athlete. Naturalness is particularly important to Vali, which is why she appears so authentic and down-to-earth to the outside world with her charisma. Although this "happy face" is not always the norm, as she sets her standards quite high and for Vali there is only first place, she still wants to inspire the next generation in particular and convey courage and enthusiasm with her strong character. If you're interested in what's behind this young power woman, listen in right now.
Episode#2 - Skier Stefan Brennsteiner
About his courage!
The second guest on the Bründl Bewegt podcast is ski racer Stefan Brennsteiner! He talks about his philosophy of life, how he always finds the courage to go to the start, but also about the depths of his life. Despite a small injury at the beginning of the season, the Pinzgauer is full of energy and anticipation for the coming season. This episode is also about his skiing career from the beginning to the first podium finishes. He talks about the close relationship within his own family and that of the ski scene, which is characterized by highs, lows, jealousy and shared joy. "If the day after is better than the day before, it's a good day!" is the motto of the confirmed ski racer.
Episode#1 - CEO Christoph Bründl
Wie schafft man es vital zu bleiben?
The time has come, our first episode of the series "Weiterblicken", in Bründl Bewegt - the podcast, is ready for you! We start directly with Christoph Bründl, our first guest. How does he think, how does he act, how does he stay calm and positive? These are questions for entrepreneur Christopher Bründl, CEO of Bründl Sports. "We move people" is the slogan the visionary company uses as its brand claim, but how does Christoph move through his life? He's a walking ritual, starting with his morning routine, which thrives on meditation, thought cleansing, gratitude exercises and exercise. "The most important hour of the day starts when I wake up. What am I grateful for, what am I looking forward to, and what is my contribution today?" says the entrepreneur. This breakfast is consumed EVERY day and also exercised, like any other muscle. Business wise, principles like, values, courage, openness and clarity are important to him, which also characterize his flat leadership. Leaders are like gardeners who allow the personalities and tasks of their employees to grow them, water them and give them sunshine to blossom. Appreciation and generosity characterize the visionary, as he focuses in gratitude on what he has, not on what is lacking.
If you are curious, listen in, get inspired and get to know the entrepreneur better - we look forward to hearing from you!