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Hey, it is
Bertrand here!

I have worked as a mental trainer since 2006. I have had the pleasure of working with everything from artists, skilled carpenters, and some of the country’s most renowned business leaders to internationally renowned top athletes.

My passion is to make others good. I think it is meaningful to contribute, if only a little, to others experiencing being able to feel better in life or perform better in their work through mental training.

I share my approach and method through books, podcasts, and various digital services.

Welcome to my little universe!

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NESTE WEBINAR

ABONNEMENT IDRETT

15. desember 2022 kl. 19.00

THE BERTRAND MODEL

VI ER TILBAKE I 2023

MY PHILOSOPHY

MY STORY

BERTRANDS UNIVERS PODCAST

Welcome to inspiring and motivating conversations between Erik Bertrand Larssen and people like Tomas Myklebust, Märtha Louise, Michael Andreassen, Elisa Røtterud, Jon Øigarden, Erling Kagge, Alex Rosén, and Eirik Kristoffersen.

MENTAL REHAB

Five steps to a fantastic everyday life

Erik Bertrand Larssen is the country’s most famous mental trainer, with enormous success as a writer and public speaker. He has made sports stars bring out their absolute best, he has coached top executives in the business world, and he has helped a large number of ordinary men and women to become better versions of themselves. But one day he wakes up and realizes that he himself needs help.

This is the personal story of the road back to everyday life. About how right-thinking helped him out of the crisis, as he himself has previously helped others. And about how we can all, with simple adjustments, have a fantastic everyday living.

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FALL 2022

‹‹You go through a lot in a match – everything happens in your head and what you think on the pitch. I have had good help from Erik since I was young and immature. Erik has made me not show too much emotion but rather be tough and cool.››

Casper Ruud
ATP TOUR, world no. #2
(September 12, 2022)

In the winter of 21/22, Erik walked 1,360 km in 60 days alone to the South Pole.
He lost 28 kilos on the trip.