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Bunker Brews Houston: How to Tell Your Story

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WeWork 708 Main Street

708 South Main Street

Houston, TX 77002

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Speakers/Q&A Panel:

1. Bill Sherrill, Founder of The Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship, Former Governor of the Federal Reserve Board (WWII Iwoa Jima Purple Heart Recipient & Marine)

2. Dave Cook, Director of The Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Houston, Branding Expert (former Airforce)

3. Joe Frankie III, Linked In Guru, Career Development Consultant, Author (retired Green Beret Colonel, Army)

4. Kelly Land, Executive Director of Combined Arms, Community Builder (former Rotary Wing Pilot, Navy)

5. Brandon Towle, Leadership Development and Team Performance Senior Consultant at Giant Worldwide (Active Coast Gaurd)


How to tell your story is a necessary skill for every single person. That's right, it doesn't matter if you are an entrepreneur, a salesman, a student or an accountant. Telling your story is how you get a job, make friends, find clients and establish your reputation.

In today's world there are endless platforms to use for story telling and there are even more types of people out their listening with their own individual perspectives. All of these options and tools are great if you already have momentum, but none of it will help if your story is not authentic, accurate and awesome.

So how do you create a AAA rated lifetime illiteration into a matter of a minutes? The story, is in the struggle.

We are bringing together a pannel of veteran business leaders from every branch of service, because veterans understand struggle.

In today's world where there are over 45,000 non-profits with the goal of helping veterans in transition write resumes, get jobs, build communities and service mental health, Put simply, the environment can be overwhelming.

Telling your story during your transition is at the center of each of these organizations, and the simplest way for you to help other people find you.

Your story is like flypaper for people who relate to you, and the stronger that your story's struggle gets, the deeper the relationship you build.

There is strength in honesty, transparency and vulnerability.

With authentic stories we can magically turn our greatest weakness, faults and failures into a foundation of internal and external power.

Please join us for what is sure to be a wonder of an evening and a story for the ages. You will not be disappointed.

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