Trauma is a Team Sport
Tyson Dever Shares his Story of Tragedy and Triumph


Is life even worth living? That’s the gut-wrenching question Tyson Dever had to ask himself after an unexpected tragedy stripped away his lifelong dream, his most important relationship and even his ability to walk. Once he decided to live, he didn’t want to simply survive–he wanted to thrive.

By sharing the details of tragedy that no one talks about, Tyson offers an action plan for both those enduring personal tragedy, and the loved ones who long to help. Through vivid storytelling, he holds nothing back, explaining how the aftershocks of a moment’s collateral damage ripple well beyond the person at the center of the crisis.

Learn from Tyson’s front row seat in the ICU and rehab, and gain powerful tools tested through his decade of experience as a motivational speaker, to help you overcome the most difficult moments, as well as the everyday obstacles that threaten to hold you back.

Trauma doesn’t have to be an emotional death sentence. Let Tyson’s inspirational message provide the playbook you need to set and crush new goals, even in the midst of excruciating change.

Tyson Dever, in collaboration with author Sarah Paulk, released a new book, Trauma Is a Team Sport: How to Turn Tragedy into Goal-Crushing Motivation today. Through vivid storytelling, Tyson shares the details of tragedy that no one talks about and offers a peek behind the curtain of trauma, in an effort to help others navigate their own personal obstacles.

Join us Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 7a.m. PST on VOICE AMERICA – Variety Channel as Tyson Dever and Sarah Paulk share how they created a playbook for anyone who wants to push beyond the boundaries life has dealt them.

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