Everyone who’s anyone will be at RISE Austin, March 7-11, 2011. Will you? If you don’t know about RISE, it stands for Relationship and Information Series for Entrepreneurs. You can learn more about RISE and its history by clicking here.
If you have your own business or have ever considered starting one, you MUST check out the awesome sessions that are offered. Click here to navigate a full list of the sessions offered throughout the week. SOS Leadership partners Amber Fogarty and Billy Moyer will both be presenting at RISE Austin, and details about our sessions are below. In addition, Thom Singer, a strategic partner and member of the SOS Coaching Network, will be presenting a session entitled “Some Assembly Required: Integrating Face-to-Face and Online Social Networking.” We hope to see you during RISE Austin 2011!
Amber Fogarty’s Session
The Time Management Myth
March 8, 2011 from 10:00am – 11:30am
Concordia University – North Lamar Center
7701 N. Lamar Blvd #500, Austin, TX 78752-1025
About This Session
“We say we waste time, but that is impossible. We waste ourselves.” – Alice Bloch Do you ever feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day? As entrepreneurs, most of us feel that way on a daily basis. We have overflowing to do lists that often have more tasks on them at the end of the day than they did at the beginning. We sometimes feel overwhelmed and aren’t even sure how to spend the time we have. Time is the great equalizer. We all have the exact same number of hours in a day. How can we make the most of our time? The idea that time can be “managed” is a myth. No matter what we do, we can’t change the amount of time we have, nor can we change how quickly or slowly time goes by. We can only manage ourselves and the choices we make with our time. This session will focus on improving your time habits, identifying your time thieves, and making time work for you. We’ll share valuable ideas and insights to help you protect your most valuable asset: your time. “Those who do not take time for relaxation are obliged sooner or later to find time for illness.” – John Wanamaker
You can get “THERE” from “HERE”
March 10, 2011 from 10:00am – 11:30am
Concordia University North Lamar Center
7701 N. Lamar Blvd #500, Austin, TX 78752
About This Session
This session focuses on what’s next in your life or business. It encourages you to look at your future. It will motivate you to become the best version of yourself by talking about where you are now and where you want to go in the future. Essentially, this interactive workshop is Goal Setting 101 for professionals! Maybe you are a dreamer or maybe you are a high achiever, either way you can be better! In this session you will learn some of the fundamentals of goal setting and more importantly, goal achievement! Paul J. Meyer said: “If you are not making the progress you would like to make, and are capable of making it is simply because your goals are not clearly define.” In this session you will begin to clearly define your goals! You will start your journey to SUCCESS! All attendee will get a free copy of the book, “Seeds of Success: A Journey from Success to Significance” co-written by Billy Moyer.
Thom Singer’s Session Details
Some Assembly Required: Integrating Face-to-Face and Online Social Networking
March 10, 2011 from 2:00pm – 3:30pm
111 Congress Ave, Suite 1700
Austin, TX 78701
About This Session
There is no competition between social media and face-to-face networking. It is all about visibility! Marketing, Sales, PR, Networking, Advertising, Business Development, Social Media, and Branding are all important to growing a company and a career. Those who create a collective balance of all these business disciplines can establish stronger reputations that will allow them to achieve more success. A focus on “integrated visibility” will bring more opportunities and help balance a powerful network of contacts. The presentation encourages the cultivation solid business practices and motivates participants to take the necessary action toward achievement.
See you at RISE Austin 2011!