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  • Life is rarely (if ever) short of challenges. We face them at work and at home, even the social scenes we frequent are often fraught with challenges to face. Some challenges are mental, a difficult problem to solve or decision to make. Some are emotional, such as figuring out how to deal with a difficult Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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  • I was revisiting some fun baseball shenanigans this morning and realized just how important it is to keep learning. Albert Pujols, one of baseball’s best hitters, was struck out by a softball pitcher, Jennie Finch, in a challenge a number of years ago: Is Albert Pujols good at baseball? Yes Is he a good batter? Yes So Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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  • What are your goals? Can you see them? Not just visualize in your mind, can you actually see them? I had a leader once who had me lay out my goals in pictures and put them up where I would see them every day. So I sat down with my wife and we made a Read More ...

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SOS Leadership Institute
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You Are Your Habits

  • It’s no secret that the vast majority of people give up on their New Year’s resolutions by February. There are many reasons for this, but one is because people often fail to understand what is actually required to make change. Often it is much easier than we think and we overwhelm ourselves with these resolutions. Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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  • Leaders often find themselves dealing with currency. Money does, after all, make the world go round. Even charitable organizations have a bottom line budget to meet. However, cash is not the most important currency that leaders deal with. The most important currency that a leader deals in is faith. You can call it trust or Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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  • May 16, 2017 – Austin, Texas – Everyone wants to be successful. Each person’s definition is slightly different and entails different things. Success may be financial, relational, or something completely different. There are however, certain similarities found in every journey to Success, and certain things to avoid on the way. Introducing Beware of Alligators and Ugly Stuff, Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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Can I Be A Leader?

  • As children we all grew up with our heroes that we looked up to. They may have been fictional, tied to a career (like a fire fighter or doctor), or an actual person. We wanted to make a difference, to lead. At some point we all asked ourselves (and often still do), “Can that be Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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  • March 29, 2017 – Austin, Texas – SOS Leadership is proud to announce the addition of Beth Armstrong to our team. Beth will serve as an SOS Coach and will be the Managing Director of the Gr8 Women Leaders program in Central Texas. Gr8 Women Leaders is a six-month leadership development and coaching program designed Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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  • Every leader wants to have a team who hold themselves and one another accountable. Such a team is easy to manage because in many ways they manage themselves. They take personal responsibility. More importantly, if given clear direction, the accountable team produces. The individuals take responsibility for themselves and keep one another on track. The Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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  • There’s a popular phrase out there, “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.” It essentially means that you can’t have two opposing things at the same time. It’s a very useful phrase to remember as we often wish to both have and eat cake in various ways. But there is one way that Read More ...

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SOS Leadership Institute
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  • How to Become More Opportunity Prone

    Some people seem to have all the luck. It’s as if every time they turn around the right door just opens for them. Opportunity just follows them around like bad luck follows the Cleveland Browns. But is it really chance at play here, or is there some way that we can become more “opportunity prone.” Read More ...

  • News Release: SOS Leadership adding CFO division, led by Randy Wiggins

    January 9, 2017 – Austin, Texas – SOS Leadership is proud to announce that in 2017 we will offer CFO services led by Randy Wiggins. The SOS CFO division provides the crucial accounting services you need. Unlike traditional accounting firms which concentrate mostly on compliance work like taxes and historical financials, all important services, SOS Read More ...

  • News Release: Rose Moyer joins SOS Leadership Team

    January 3, 2017 – Austin, Texas – SOS Leadership is proud to announce that Rose Moyer will be joining the SOS Leadership team full-time starting immediately. Rose has been a Partner at SOS Leadership since its beginning in March 2008. She will now come on full-time as the Chief Community Officer. In her role as Read More ...

  • SOS Leadership inducted to AYC FAVE Hall of Fame

    This year SOS Leadership was inducted into the Austin Young Chamber (AYC) FAVE Hall of Fame. AYC was created in July of 2009 and their mission is to develop and connect young professionals in Austin to create business, community and individual success. This includes fostering professional growth and skill development through exposure to community and business leaders, while Read More ...

  • Time Tips

    Let’s face it, nobody has the time. I can’t recall the last time I woke up and said to myself “Gee, I have so much time and so little to do!” It’s invariably the reverse. I imagine it’s the same for you too. We can’t get more time so the question is, how do we Read More ...

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SOS Leadership Institute
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Making a Change

  • At times in our lives we are all called upon to change. It may be our own initiative or one instigated by an outside force, a new company policy for example. Often we find change difficult. The law of inertia states that objects at rest tend to stay at rest, and that’s true for people Read More ...

SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute
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The Power of Thanks

  • Gratitude is an action that is often linked to leadership, and rightly so. It is also something that is strongly linked to happiness. Dozens if not hundreds of studies on happiness have included the fact that the more one takes the time to be grateful the more one experiences happiness. As leaders gratitude does not Read More ...

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