Did you know that 75% of high performing entrepreneurs have suffered some kind of deep trauma in their lives and that many of them have never address it?
Childhood trauma creates behavior that serves early entrepreneurs well, but limits growth and personal development later in life – where old traumas affect everyday decision making.
Through his own struggles with sexual abuse and addiction, sociologist and entrepreneur Travis Luther examines the link between trauma and success and offers a framework for breaking free from the past to create a future that’s all your own.
In his keynote speech, Travis will examine:
- How childhood trauma correlates to early entrepreneurial success
- How future success is stunted when old traumas reinforce unhealthy behavior
- How to recognize unhealthy traumatic behavior and break free
- How to swap old traumatic motivations for new healthy ones that let your business thrive!
About the Speaker:
Travis Scott Luther is a sociologist and entrepreneur. He is also the incoming President of Entrepreneurs’ Organization Colorado.
As a sociologist, Luther is a recognized expert in community and social stratification. He is the best selling author of The Fun Side of the Wall, a sociological exploration of community and contemporary retirement.
As an entrepreneur, Luther is the Founder of Luther Media, LLC whose companies have included TrialLine , ValetAds, Queen Anne Pillow Company, and Law Father. He is also the former frontman of Seattle band Ultra Find. He grew-up in rural Washington state and now lives in Denver, Colorado.
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