How do you know if you’re ready to be an entrepreneur?
My guest today, Travis Luther, is the president of a media firm, author, speaker and entrepreneur. I’ve met many entrepreneurs in my lifetime but Travis was actually a professor of entrepreneurship for MSU Denver. His company, Law Father, provides case development tools to law firms. Travis also has the experience of playing and touring for his pop-punk band when he was younger.
“There was just something inside me that realized that probably my path out of poverty was going to be entrepreneurship and being my own business owner.” ~Travis Luther
Travis is practicing what he preaches about having multiple business and streams of income. It was great speaking with him and inspiring to hear someone else expanding their existing resources. We are all given the same 24 hours a day. It really shows how some people maximize their days and time. Make sure to check out Travis on his social media accounts and website.
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Intro song “Road Trip” by Robin Tricker
Travis Scott Luther is the Founder of Luther Media, LLC whose companies include Law Father, ValetAds, Queen Anne Pillow Company, and TrialLine. He is also the former frontman of the pop-punk band Ultra Find.
Within the legal community, Luther is regarded as an expert storyteller and case consultant. His case consulting services have resulted in over $250 million in settlements and verdicts.
He has parlayed his storytelling expertise into a successful writing career. Forbes.com called Luther a “Retirement Abroad Authority” with the recent release of The Fun Side of the Wall, an Amazon #1 new release. He is also the current host of the Travis Luther Travis Luther Podcast.
Luther is the former Entrepreneur in Residence for the University of Colorado Denver and a former Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at MSU Denver’s College of Business. He is also a current Board Member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) and served as the 2019 National Chair for EO Colorado’s Global Student Entrepreneurship Awards (GSEA) Program.
He currently sits on the MSU Denver Alumni Board or Directors. Luther formally served on the Executive Board of Scholars Unlimited, a Denver non-profit focused on improving child literacy among low-income and at-risk grade school children, where he founded and endowed their kid’s computer coding program, CodeSpire.
He is a frequent lecturer and author and his insights have been featured in major publications, including the Wall Street Journal. In his free time he plays guitar and enjoys international travel. Click a link here to learn more about Travis Luther’s music, writing, and entrepreneurship.