(Bradenton, Fla., Feb. 2, 2023) — Successful entrepreneur, business strategist, speaker and author Tra Williams will deliver a keynote address and sign copies of his book, “Boss Brain: Unlock Your Entrepreneurial Instincts and Live the Real American Dream” on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the 26 West Center, located at SCF Bradenton, 5840 26th St. W. Copies of “Boss Brain” will be available for sale at the event. There is no cost to attend. To RSVP, visit 26West.SCF.edu.
The book’s goal is to rescue one million entrepreneurs from the grind of traditional employment. There have been more businesses closed than startups opened for years, a trend that has continued at a rate Williams sees as America’s entrepreneurship crisis. “Boss Brain” provides a scientifically proven system to unlock the reader’s entrepreneurial instincts.
Williams’ own success in entrepreneurship and business development have positioned him well to guide others on the journey to self-employment. He has served as the top executive of international franchises, achieved remarkable business growth in ultra-competitive industries like health care and hospitality, and is currently president and CEO of FleetForce, the fastest growing truck driver training school in Florida. Last summer, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed Williams to the state’s Commission for Independent Education. In each new endeavor, Williams has helped people take back control of their livelihoods and regain agency over their career success.
Williams is a graduate of the University of Georgia and the prestigious franchise management program at Georgetown University. He has been featured in numerous publications, including Forbes, Bloomberg, and Franchise Times, and has addressed audiences at conferences and conventions across the country.
The 26 West Center opened at SCF Bradenton in 2021 and houses multiple entities geared toward entrepreneurial growth. Resources and programming are available for startups, aspiring entrepreneurs, SCF students and community members alike. To learn more about the 26 West Center, visit 26West.SCF.edu.
For more information about Tra Williams, visit TraWilliams.com.