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Travis Rosser is the co-founder of Kajabi and has sold his stake in the company. Travis worked in the software space in corporate America for over ten years. After he realized he wasn’t cut out for the cubical world, he looked for another opportunity and discovered the education tech space. He started developing at night (while working a full-time job). They launched the beta in early 2010. To date over 10,000 customers have used the Kajabi software. They went from bootstrapped to making multiple millions each year. Travis is also the author of the book, “You INC. : The step by step guide for finding a business within you.”



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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • [1:10] Jeremy introduces his guest, Travis Rosser.
  • [2:45] Is Kajabi disrupting the education space?
  • [6:10] Overcoming significant challenges.
  • [8:30] Books that have impacted Travis.
  • [11:00] Proud moments for Travis.

In this episode…

Where do you plan to be this time next year? How about five years from now? Do you see yourself working the same job you are in now or are you longing to make a change? What if there was a way to stop wishing for change to show up? On this episode of Inspired Insider, you’ll hear from entrepreneur and innovator, Travis Rosser. In his conversation with Jeremy, Travis opens up about his work with Kajabi, what it takes to educate yourself, the challenges he has faced along the way, and much more. Don’t miss a minute of this powerful episode featuring Travis!

How do you change the way you think and the actions you take? Does it all come down to willpower or can you change by making small connections and small decisions over a period? It’s been said that “You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read.” Travis Rosser knew that the only way he was going to break out of the same old routine was by learning tools and tips from leaders who went before him. Devouring books like, “The 4-Hour Workweek” and “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” helped Travis get outside his typical mindset and begin seeing the world full of possibilities and opportunities.

Unfortunately, change, and growth doesn’t come without a set of challenges and roadblocks to face along the way. How have you handled the challenges that have come your way both personally and professionally? From a young age, Travis struggled with a speech impediment, but he was determined to find a way forward. Looking back, Travis says that the only way he could get through some of the toughest moments in his life was by dreaming of a brighter future. Don’t let your present situation limit you from realizing your full potential! Make sure to learn more about Travis’ story by picking up his book, “You, Inc.”

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