Three Questions to Ask Yourself When in Transition


I often work with companies who are going through difficult transitions. Maybe they are changing leadership or establishing a new important position. Perhaps they are recovering from a poor year of performance or just moving on from one strategic plan to another. No matter what the reason, transition or change of any king is challenging. […]

Beware of Alligators and Ugly Stuff

My New Book is Now Available

Alligators book cover

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, my latest book written with […]

I Really Appreciate the Recognition But…

7 People Who Deserve It More


I was recently informed that I was a finalist for something called the ChangeMaker Award that the Austin Young Chamber of Commerce gives out every year. I am humbled by this recognition and it really got me thinking. This is (thinking) pretty much my greatest pastime. I have to first admit something about myself. In […]

5 Reasons to Avoid Resolutions

Why You Should Set Clearly Defined Goals Instead

Don't Set Resolutions. Set Goals.

My name is Billy Moyer and I have a confession to make. I am not one to be negative, but I must tell you about something I really hate. I HATE NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS! Sorry to yell at you with all the caps, but it is the only way I can convey the frustration I […]

7 Ways to Turnaround a Culture

Change the Culture, Change the Results

Turnaround the Culture

Culture in an organization is real. It isn’t some random made up term by consultants like me looking to get more contracts. Every organization, no matter the size or the amount of revenue, has a company culture. A culture is simply the personality of the company. It determines how employees act, how motivated and engaged […]