Hire an SOS Leadership Speaker

SOS Leadership partners, Bill Moyer and Billy Moyer are engaging and dynamic speakers who will cause any audience to think deeply about their priorities in their business and personal lives, helping them realize that there is no such thing as work/life balance. They help people understand that leadership makes all the difference.

Together, SOS partners have over 40 years of experience working in leadership development. They have combined to speak more than 1,000 times in 36 countries and 49 states on effective leadership, goal setting, time management, and what matters most.  Founders Bill and Billy are the authors of the books, Seeds of Success: A Journey from Success to Significance, Retreat to Success: Living Your Life on Purpose and The Turnaround: If You Don’t Grow, You Go!, and they are the co-founders of SOS Leadership Institute.

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When Billy was only four years old, he went through his first goal setting program. It was in that program that he set my first goal: become a speaker just like his dad, Bill Moyer. By age seven, he spoke at my first event and he hasn’t stopped speaking yet.

He has spoken over 100 times in his 22-year speaking career to businesses, universities, and corporations about leadership, goal setting, and personal responsibility.

He is passionate about teaching leaders how to be the boss of their life by taking personal responsibility. You may have a boss, but you always should be the BOSS of your own life. 

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Bill Moyer is an inspiring speaker who has spoken in 36 countries and 49 states about effective leadership. He motivates people to be the best version of themselves.

Bill weaves personal stories from his own life into his presentations, which allows the audience to connect with him on a level different from most speakers. Bill has been told he has a gift for simplifying complexity and he uses that gift in his presentations.

The late Paul J. Meyer, founder of the personal development industry called Bill the “greatest executive coach he ever saw.”