Christian Bremer is a speaker, author and seminar organizer. He is one of the most sought-after German-speaking experts for the topic of serenity and how to manage negative emotions to increase effectivity in our work and lives.
His credo: “Serenity is child’s play if you know how to do it”. As a speaker, Christian Bremer not only presents how life can be mastered with less stress, he also demonstrates it – guaranteed free of esoteric-ism or new age philosophies.
With all his sympathy and expertise, he speaks understandable plain text and shows at eye level feasible solutions for a free life with success without stress, pressure and anger. Customers like Mont Blanc, Porsche or Siemens know: Bremer turns stressed people into relaxed people.
“I want to show people how easy it can be to overcome life’s hurdles with ease.”
Since 1992, more than 39,000 people have participated in his lectures and seminars in over 4,800 sessions. The most common reasons for the enthusiasm of the participants are his rousing liveliness, his fine humor, his inimitable way of holding up the mirror and his courage to speak clearly.
Organizers of important congresses and symposiums such as CeBit, HannoverMesse, Leipzig Book Fair or the expert days of the Rheinische Post repeatedly invite him as a speaker. In 2013, he started the innovative and unique “Serenity Day” in Dortmund, which is now attended by more than 500 people every year.
As an author, he has already published six books and audio books. The current top seller is entitled “Into life, out of stress” and was published in 2018 by Vahlen Verlag. His more than 300 articles have appeared in magazines such as FAZ, impulse, Business Punk, Manager Magazin, VDI Nachrichten, freundin and Cosmopolitan.
His philosophy as a speaker, author and seminar organizer: “We all face the same problems, but we need individual solutions’ ‘. It’s simple and convincing solutions are understood immediately and can be used directly.
After he successfully built up a training company from 1992 to 2002, his batteries were empty – after 10 years without a vacation and constant 80-hour weeks. His focus on performance, the desire for recognition and the inability to relax led him to a burnout. This painful experience made the importance of offensive serenity clear to him. He knew how to use it as an opportunity and has been passionately sharing his experiences, perspectives and strategies for 15 years.
Personal: Born in Dortmund in 1972, he now lives in Bochum with his wife after having worked in Los Angeles and Düsseldorf. He is a black belt in Taekwon-Do and climbs with his backpack to 10,000 feet. He appreciates vegetarian food as a side dish with meat or fish. The fact that he drives Porsche and Opel and hears both Jürgen Drews and Mozart makes him interesting for some psychologists. His dream is his own television show, with the proceeds of which he can become the majority shareholder of his BVB.