I love to speak. More importantly I love to engage with an audience and watch them come to unexpected realizations.
I believe a talk is a journey, that I am a guide, and that my most important job is to shepherd an audience into new beliefs about who they are and what they can accomplish – both personally and professionally.
I am also a storyteller. A lot of my material is about the stories we tell ourselves, how those stories create false beliefs, and how those beliefs can sabotage positive action. When we’re able to rewrite our stories (from a place of self-love) we can unleash our greatest potential.
So come with me on a journey. Let us move forward together and enjoy the peace we all deserve.
This is my favorite talk. It’s called, “Valentines Day.” It’s a personal story of addiction, misguided motivation, and the tragedy it took to find love for myself.
This talk is titled, “How Great Storytellers Sell More Products.” This version was given at an Amazon Sellers’ Conference. I discuss the stories we tell our customers, the stories we tell our team members, and how sharing our stories can 10x our sales.
After graduate school I served four years as an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship. I’ve given many speeches (and lectures) to business students and at university events. This speech is called, “Making an Entrepreneur.” It details my story from poverty to entrepreneurial success and the role of mentorship in helping me get to where I wanted to go.
I have many other talks that I would be happy to share with you. If you’re interested in having me speak to your group, business, or organization, reach out via the Contact Travis page. I look forward to collaborating with you and energizing your team in new directions!