The idea was simple — Adam Carroll and Tim Augustine were getting questions from students at nearly every school where they presented. Questions about resumes, interviews, financial strategy, networking, time management tools, goal-setting, dream jobs, and the list goes on and on.
While attending a weekend long “academy” for speakers, authors, and consultants, Tim and Adam put plans in place to hold a “Career Accelerator”. A seminar like no other where students and young professionals were coached, mentored, assisted, and challenged by those who’ve come before them and achieved their dreams in record time.
Our July 2011 event, held in downtown Chicago, was an immense success. Ditto for the event held in San Antonio, TX in January 2012. Dreams were shared, connections made, friendships evolved, and now we have a passionate group of alumni that will attend future events as ambassadors with the Succeed Faster philosophy – we’re in it for each other.
The July 2012 Succeed Faster Career Acceleration Event will be held in Chicago, IL July 13-15, 2012. While our hotel details are forthcoming, we can tell you that the venue for our event will be incredibly unique. When we say this is like no other conference you’ve ever attended, we aim to deliver!!
Adam Carroll is the founder of National Financial Educators, author of Winning The Money Game and a forthcoming book call You Don’t Know Me From Adam. In 2007, Adam opened the first socially responsible mortgage company in the state of Iowa. He is a highly sought-after speaker and consultant on the topics of financial education, networking, and entrepreneurship. Adam lives with his wife and 3 children in Clive, IA. He is a real estate investor, the co-founder of Succeed Faster seminars… and a mental ninja.
Tim is an owner of Atwell, LLC, an international real estate and land development consulting firm with offices throughout North America and Asia. Tim’s background includes International Sales, Strategic Marketing, HR, M&A and IT. Tim is the best-selling author of the How Hard Are You Knocking and has been featured in Inc., The Wall Street Journal, and Chicago Tribune. He is also a contributing writer to Inc. Magazine, Fast Company and Mon- ster.com. Tim has presented to 100,000+ people and worked with over 450 organizations.