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The Alamo, Davy Crockett and the C12 Leaders Conference Nov 4-7 in San Antonio

In just a few shorts weeks, Christian Business Leaders will gather in the home of the Alamo ... San Antonio, Texas.

President Don Barefoot, Founder and Chairman Buck Jacobs and the C12 Team have invited Doug Sherman the CEO, Breckenridge Properties as the keynote speaker.

One of the main themes will be Elevating Our Vision. CEO’s know the critical importance of vision for their company. Elevating the team’s horizon for what’s possible and then organizing them to achieve the vision is core to our leadership challenge. But what about our personal vision of what’s possible in our walk with our Lord every day? Could it be that beyond the boundary of our current imagination God has much more to give us in everyday encounters with Him at work and at home? God is calling each of us to “step over the line” and experience more in our relationship with Him.

Here's more about Doug ... He currently serves as the CEO of Breckenridge Properties, a student housing real estate development firm, headquartered in Austin, Texas. From September, 1992 to February, 2007, Doug was Founder/CEO of DSG Consulting Inc., a mid-size consulting firm helping Fortune 500 technology and manufacturing corporations develop and implement market strategies to improve revenue performance and market share. During his 15-years with DSG, Doug led a team of consultants serving over 100 clients in 30 countries. In 2006, he led the team that created the market strategy for Boeing Commercial Aircraft. Doug is also a best-selling author in the ‘faith and work’ space with five books, including Your Work Matters to God, and travels extensively to speak on this subject. Doug has a BS in Engineering Management from The Air Force Academy, where he was deeply involved in the expansion of campus Christian ministry and later served for 5 years as an instructor pilot in the Air Force’s Advanced Jet Training Program. Doug and his wife Jan have three adult children, two grandchildren, and reside in Austin, Texas.

Of course a trip to San Antonio wouldn't be complete without a tour of where Davy Crockett and the Texas heros took a stand at the Alamo. Online Registration is now available. See the Leaders Conference page which contains all of the links you will need to plan your trip. You will also find the conference itinerary, accommodation details along with a full Conference Itinerary.

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posted by Justin Forman | 8.31.2009 - 7:43 AM


I've been to San Antonio a few times... Are you coming down?
commented by Anonymous Marcus Goodyear, 6:37 PM  

Hey Marcus. I've been to San Antonio several times, great place to take a trip. The Riverwalk is a great place and all those childhood stories made the Alamo a can't miss on my list. I would have loved to have been able to attend the C12 conference, but we're having a conference for pastors here in Dallas that weekend called LeadNow. So I won't be able to make it but its going to be a great conference. Hope you can make it.
commented by Blogger Justin Forman, 8:32 PM  

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