Talking to a Stranger

Today’s guest blog comes from SOS Gr8 Women Leader Ashley Schenk. For the past several months I’ve been focusing on answering the call…. not just answering the call to leadership but also answering the call to discovering who I am and being the best version of myself. Since I’ve started my leadership journey, I’ve really been Read More …

The Power of Learning

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”- Benjamin Franklin Being only two short semesters away from graduating, I’ve learned over my past few years in college, how best I come to acquire knowledge; and not only acquire it, but keep it. I find that if I’m in Read More …

A Reflection Of My Leadership Journey

Originally from San Antonio, JC first came to Austin in 2002 for school and has never left. Since graduating he has worked for some best of breed in their industry; GSD&M, Wells Fargo Bank and Dell. Currently he is pursuing his MBA at Concordia University and devotes much of his spare time to making an Read More …

The Power of Quotes

Marisa Cuellar is a communication major at St. Edward’s University and will be graduating in May of 2014. She is currently SOS Leadership’s PR intern and also works full-time at a law firm in downtown Austin. Everyone seems to quote quotes, including myself, but it never occurred to me until recently the effect that some Read More …

Learn From Your Experiences: The Concordia MBA (Part 7)

“Experience is what you get when you didn’t get what you wanted. And experience is often the most valuable thing you have to offer.” – Randy Pausch How many times have you had a bad experience? Did you choose to complain about that experience or learn from it? I recently wrote a paper for one Read More …