Jul 25, 2019
Turning a $10K investment into a $1M+ creative agency, Lucas Mack became a successful entrepreneur, author, speaker, consultant and podcast host. Working for clients like Microsoft, T-Mobile, MOD Pizza and more, Lucas dedicated more than a decade providing companies with ideas, products and services that improved clarity, employee engagement, and sales.
Named as ‘Member’s Choice Speaker’ by the University of Washington’s American Marketing Association, Lucas and his work have been featured in CBS News, ACE Awards for Best National B2B Agency, Letterhead and Logo Design 12 Book, 425 Business Magazine, the Puget Sound American Marketing Association, and more. Prior to founding his agency, he was recognized for his storytelling as a TV news reporter, producer, and host for ABC, NBC, and Fox affiliates. He is also the author of the book “Everyone Has a Plan Until They Get Punched in the Face,” a guide to developing a passionate and authentic story in order to achieve results.
After having flashbacks to his childhood however, Lucas realized there was more to his story and purpose in life. In his conversation with us, Lucas shares his experience growing up in an abusive home where fear and confusion ruled his life, and how he has been able to break the cycle and find true healing. He learned that love gives truth permission to come forth resulting in personal freedom, and the reason we aren’t free is because we don’t know what true love is.
Today, Lucas Mack focuses most of his time working with men who are looking for healing, forgiveness, rest, balance, purpose and peace in their lives by reconnecting them to an understanding of the true definition of love and the power it brings to them personally, their families, and the world around them.
On a mission to see hurt people healed, and healed people heal others, Lucas gives us a glimpse into the vulnerability of men, why it’s so important that men embrace vulnerability, and shows us all how to experience healing at the deepest levels.
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