I’m Not Famous

Who am I? I almost forgot to introduce myself.

My name is Torund Bryhn, and I am not famous…

..unless you know me from

➪ Kaffebrenneriet on Skovveien 8 in Oslo,

➪ Scottsdale Living Hub,

➪ or perhaps my favorite café in Scottsdale, JoJo Coffeehouse.

➪ You might recognize me if you were part of Senator Hatch’s team during the early 2000s or part of the European Association for Communication Directors (EACD) from 2018 – 2020.

➪ In certain parts of the energy sector, my name is synonymous with CCS-Safari.

➪ You see, I am known in certain circles.

If you are not part of those groups, let me introduce myself…I am a Norwegian American who has worked with clients in various industries to help them become famous (known) for what they do.

Don’t be surprised if I reference my Norwegian roots a few times.

Now, I’m taking all of my background in politics, environment, entertainment, and communications plus everything I’ve learned on my travels and endless unique experiences, connecting the dots and giving you the red thread that weaves through each industry and is the secret sauce for success.

If I’m honest, I would rather not be famous for what I do; I would rather not be ‘out there’ with high visibility. I have preferred to stay in the background for most of my life, but I can’t stay there.

Even I must step out and become famous for what I do.

As you read on, you will discover what it means to become famous for what you do and how each of us must strategize ourselves as public figures.

If an introvert like myself can do it, so can you.

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