Intern Reflections

As I sit here with just two days left of my internship at SOS Leadership I am beginning to reflect on the past three months. Upon starting this internship I was a very stressed-out individual. However, my time at SOS Leadership has restored my leadership in every way possible. Many internships today consist of making Read More …

Success or Significance: What Are You Living For?

As I sat in a presentation this past week the presenter mentioned that whenever people ask us what we do, we always respond with what we do to earn a paycheck. This type of behavior has been instilled in our DNA since birth. The real answer to that question should be what we do to Read More …

Meet The CEO

SOS Leadership co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Bill Moyer has committed more than 30 years of his life to the professional development industry. His goal when meeting with clients and other various individuals is to make a significant impact on the development of others and their personal lives. Leadership has been a central focus in Read More …

Do You Love What You Do?

Earlier this week, I spoke at a Leadership Conference and Retreat for the Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals. I had the honor of serving this organization and their attendees with the opening keynote of the conference. I also was able to close out the day with another presentation. It was a long day Read More …

Leadership Lessons From Failure: Avoid the Seeds of Defeat

This is the Final post in our blog series about lessons learned from failures.  This post is from SOS co-founder & CEO, Bill Moyer. This is the time of the year when I reflect on the current year and plan for the next year. I call this: Looking back and looking forward. I do this Read More …

Gr8 Women Leaders Reflection — Establishing What Matters Most to ME

Today’s blog comes from, Bailey Bounds, one of the SOS Gr8 Women Leaders. I joined the Gr8 Women Leaders program in August as a way to grow as a leader and develop who I am both professionally and personally.  In the mere three months I’ve been in the program, I’ve already gained a stronger understanding of what Read More …

A Full Plate vs. A Full Life

“Having a full plate is good; having a full life is better.” I heard these words of wisdom at the 2012 Texas Conference for Women, spoken by Cathie Black. At least once a week someone says these words to me: “Your plate is really full.” Sometimes the question is followed by: “How do you do Read More …

The Lefty Leader

Let me begin by saying that I am not a fan of professional golf. But I am a fan of sports, winners, and leaders who make a difference. That makes me a fan of Phil Mickelson, who yesterday won the Open Championship in Scotland. This was Phil’s 5th major championship. One of the great things Read More …