Speaker Date Topic
Thom Singer Jun 23, 2021
Making 50 to 75 the best years of life and career!!!
Making 50 to 75 the best years of life and career!!!

Potential is great, but it does not equal performance. Many people today feel overwhelmed by “busy work”, and admit they are not getting all the results they believe are possible in their careers and lives. Where do you put your attention? There is so much noise and so many things pulling our focus away from what is really important…. the people.

Our speaker today has become obsessed with helping people take the leap across the gap that exists between potential and results – and doing so via the way they choose to focus on their plans, passion, and the people they interact with on a regular basis. 

As the host of the popular  “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” podcast he has interviewed hundreds of business leaders about success. Through these in-depth conversations he has learned that there is no single thing that holds people back. Nor is there a single solution to reaching the top levels of business. While there is no common denominator, choosing people seems to be paramount to ongoing opportunities.

Our speaker has had an eclectic career in sales and marketing for Fortune 500 companies, Law Firms, and small companies. He has written 12 books and when he was 21-years-old he was a five day returning champion on the $25,000 Pyramid game show.

Please welcome Thom Singer! For more information about Thom... check out: https://thomsinger.com/keynote-speaker/

 

 

 

Club Officer Installation/Dinner Jul 01, 2021 6:00 PM
Circle C Community Center 6-8
Bev Luedke Jul 07, 2021
District Governor Visit
Jenny Turney Jul 14, 2021
Next Rotary Year Info
Amy Bawcom Jul 21, 2021 8:43 PM
Executive Director at Austin Community College Foundation

Scholarships at ACC

Club Happy Hour Jul 28, 2021
Place TBD
Mark Kapner Aug 04, 2021
Electricity Future of Texas
Electricity Future of Texas

The electric industry in Texas has been transforming itself, replacing coal-fired power plants with wind and solar farms, at a faster pace than the rest of the country.

This trend has been accomplished while keeping wholesale electric costs low and maintaining very high reliability. 


This talk will address questions such as : 
How is electricity produced in Texas, now and in the near future ? 
Why are renewable generation projects advancing so rapidly in Texas ? 
What are some of the challenges faced by planners to maintain high reliability while integrating non-dispatchable sources that depend on wind and sun ? 
How do wind and solar technologies work ?