October 5th and 6th, 2017 I had the pleasure of live-blogging from the Catalyst Conference. I was able to share with you in almost real-time what happened at the Catalyst Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Today, I want to recap what happened, share the highlights of the Catalyst Conference, and bring attention to some of the other live-bloggers from the conference.
What Happened At Catalyst Atlanta 2017?
In my opinion, the team at Catalyst brought the house down this year. 2017 had to have been the best speaker lineup and presentation for quite some time.
While previous years have been great, this year really sparked something in me. I feel more courageous. I feel ready to tackle issues I’ve been putting on the backburner and to actually take action.
Others seem to feel the same way after hearing from speakers like Andy Stanley, Jeremy Courtney, Tim Tebow, and more.
Live Blog Articles From Catalyst Conference
As you may know, I live-blogged the Catalyst Conference Thursday and Friday. You will find links to these articles below:
There were 4 other sessions which I did not get a chance to share with you. That’s why I’m glad my friends Paul Sohn and Brian Dodd were there. They were also live-blogging Catalyst and were able to attend some of the sessions I did not.
Brian Dodd’s Live Blogging From Catalyst Conference
Paul Sohn’s Live Blogging From Catalyst Conference
Andy Stanley – First session
Andy Stanley – Second Andy Stanley session
What Else Happened At Catalyst Atlanta 2017?
There’s a few things from Catalyst that didn’t get shared in a live-blog. Let’s take a look at the other fun and amazing events that took place during Catalyst Atlanta.
The annual Influencer Meet-Up At Catalyst (Hosted by Paul Sohn and me)
“Worst Drink Combination” wheel spin (you had to spin 2 wheels and drink whatever mixed concoction you landed on. I landed on Pickle Juice and Apple Cider Vinegar).
Extreme blow-up obstacle course
What was your favorite moment from Catalyst Atlanta 2017? If you attended the conference, let me know what your favorite moment was that you experienced. If you didn’t attend the conference, what was your favorite moment from Catalyst Atlanta that Brian, Paul, or myself shared? Let me know in the comment section below.