My name is Travis Daigle. I teach Resilience and Character Development.
We all desire Freedom: The Freedom of a Healthy Body, Financial Freedom, The Emotional Freedom to Authentically Engage Relationships, and The Freedom to do Work we find meaningful. In pursuing freedom, we will all experience resistance, adversity, difficulty, or what I generally call ‘Pain’. It is by wrestling with pain on the path to freedom, that we develop the resilience and character needed to acquire and sustain freedom. Character is best developed in the pursuit of freedom.
This belief comes from a unique combination of personal experiences:
I struggled with obesity as a child. At my heaviest, I was 17 years old and I weighed 305 lbs. That year (2000) I managed to make some fundamental changes in my diet and I lost 80 lbs in 8 months. I’ve never looked back:
2000 – 2014
I graduated from the University of Houston in May 2005 and began working as an Engineer immediately afterwards. After experiencing massive amounts of depression, I eventually walked away from the security. In August of 2007, I joined the US Army with the hopes of becoming a Special Forces Soldier (AKA – Green Beret). I was $60,000 dollars in debt. While in training I lived a very simple lifestyle and was able to pay off all my debt in 3 years. I eventually served as a Special Forces Medic in Afghanistan…
Afghanistan Feb 2011 – Feb 2012
There were many difficult challenges to navigate along the way. In the process I gained resilience and clarity of purpose. With the lessons learned from these experiences, I make it my mission to equip others with the mental tools needed thrive off of adversity and experience deeper levels of freedom in all areas of life.
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