Register Now for Catalyst Atlanta and Save 28%

If you have read my blog for more than a few months, you know I love the Catalyst Conferences. I have spoken at the last nine in a row. I’ll be speaking again at the Atlanta conference, which will be held on October 3–5, 2012.

The Atlanta conference is Catalyst’s biggest one. More than 13,000 next generation leaders will attend. It always sells out. (If you have ever been, you know why.) If you haven’t registered, you can do so between now and Friday, August 23rd and get 28% off the regular ticket price. This makes the ticket price less than the Early Bird or even the Super Early Bird pricing. (I’ll tell you how at the end of this post.)

As usual, the speaker line-up is awesome. It includes:

  • Andy Stanley
  • Francis Chan
  • Mark Burnett
  • Christine Caine
  • Geoffrey Canada
  • Craig Groeschel
  • Simon Sinek
  • Bryan Stevenson
  • Susan Cain
  • Matt Chandler
  • Perry Noble
  • Patrick Lencioni
  • Jon Acuff

In addition, I will be leading one of the labs, along with a bunch of my friends and colleagues, including Mark Batterson, Bob Goff, David Platt, Lysa Terkeurst, Reggie Joiner, Tim Elmore and more. (You can see the full list here.)

If you are coming, make sure you also register for the labs. This is a completely different experience than the main stage, and well-worth the investment. (Okay, maybe I am a little biased!)

Catalyst is not just another leadership event. It is educational, inspirational, AND hugely fun. (It is the only conference I have ever attended where a man was shot out of cannon!)

This is also a chance to connect with other leaders—something that is critically important for your leadership journey. You need the encouragement of like-minded Christian leaders.

If you use the special discount code “MHBLOG” BEFORE the end of the day on Thursday, August 23rd, you can register for $229.00. This is $90 less than the regular $319.00 price. (It is $60 less than the Early Bird special price of $289.00.)

Plus, you can also receive a discounted LAB rate of only $99, which is a $20 savings of the current $119 price. But again, you must register before the end of the day on Thursday, August 23rd. The labs is where I will be speaking. Use special discount code “LABS” to get the special.

Finally, I highly recommend that you don’t come alone. Bring your entire leadership team. It will amplify your experience exponentially. AND, you can pass along these discount codes to them.

Reserve your spot today! You can register online or call (888) 334-6569.

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  • Cyberquill

    There are two Cains (one Cain and one Caine) on that list, but no one named Abel. So I’m assuming the man that was shot out of a cannon was named Abel, but there must have been a second one. Any word on what happened to him or her? 

  • John Richardson

    I’ve always enjoyed the Catalyst conferences, Michael. It’s great to see Simon Sinek and Patrick Lencioni on the list this year. Simon’s TED speech changed the way I look at things ( Starting with WHY makes all the difference.

    Patrick Lencioni worked with Steve Farber (Extreme Leadership) on one of his GTY (Greater Than Yourself) projects. You can see the video here…  GTY is a powerful concept of mentorship and helping someone with no expectation of anything in return.

    Hopefully this lineup will be coming to CatWest in the fall!

    Highly recommended!

    • Michael Hyatt

      I’m interested in hearing Simon as well. Patrick is fabulous too. He did a great job at the Chick-fil-A Leadercast this past spring.

  • Chris Patton

    Now I am sorry I have already signed up as an Early Bird!  

    Either way, I agree with you and HIGHLY recommend Catalyst. This will be my second year and I literally cannot describe the impact it had on me last year. I can only tell you that I would pay 3x or 4x for the opportunity to go again (but glad I don’t have to!).

    One recommendation:

    Because it is later in the year, last year I used it as an opportunity to get away and extended my hotel stay by one night. Somewhat during the conference, but definitely for the evening and next day after the conference, I took the opportunity to begin my LIFE plan review and revisions for the upcoming year.  

    There were several readons for this. I knew I would be completely full of ideas and energy from the conference. Second, the timing would allow me to make the necessary revisions to my LIFE plan before the end of the year holiday crunch.

    Finally, I was already going to be away from the office and home for a couple of days (ditto on the Labs recommendation!) so one more day was less of a hassle than trying to do it again separately a couple of weeks later.

    It worked out great for me!  Except for the inability to sneak into a meeting room at the hotel to use a whiteboard (I ended up using the full length mirror in the room!), the “retreat” was a total success!

    I look forward to seeing you there!

    • Michael Hyatt

      This is a great suggestion, Chris. Thanks for making it.

  • Jeremy Statton

    I love Catalyst and am grateful for all of the people who make it happen. Thanks.

  • TJ

    I love Catalyst!  I’ve been to Catalyst West a couple of times.  Before Catalyst, I had a small view of what church and the Christian world was like.  Then I went to my first Catalyst West, and it made me see how diverse and global the church really is.  I was always devoted in my faith, but Catalyst made me feel excited about my faith.

    Catalyst has taught me, equipped me, and made me grow, and I definitely wouldn’t be who I am or doing what I’m doing without the influence of Catalyst.  I would spend the money to go every year if it wasn’t for the fact that I’m a teacher and a couple of the CatWest conferences have fallen on state testing week.

    In other words, if you’re thinking about going to Catalyst, GO!  =)

    • Mike Holmes

      I am definitely going to make it my business to be there. Wow! 9 years Mike…

      • Joe Lalonde

        Which one are you going to make Mike? East or West? If it’s east, I would love to connect with you at the event.

  • Richard Kidger

    Thank you for the discount! I am currently in the States visiting from South Africa and this will be my 1st Catalyst event. Always wanted to go!

    • Joe Lalonde

      You won’t be disappointed Richard. Last year was amazing and this year looks to be just as good. Maybe we’ll see each other there?

  • Joe Lalonde

    Last year was the first time my wife and I attended Catalyst. We had a blast and learned so much. We’re looking forward to this year and purchased tickets quite awhile ago. Can’t wait to be there once again.

    Also, if any other MH fans will be in attendance, I would love to have the chance to connect with you while at the event. Feel free to get in touch with me and we can make plans to meetup. Maybe do a big group thing? 

  • JD Meier

    The speaker line up does look awesome.

    I got my “Golden Circle” done by a colleage of Simon Sinek’s some years ago.

    Ultimately, the “Golden Circle” answers — “Why do you do what you do?”

    It flips how we drive our lives.  
    Picture a bull’s-eye, with WHY in the center, wrapped with HOW, and lastly WHAT.
    The idea is that we can lead our lives from the inside out, if we start with WHY.
    The HOW follows, and it’s key because it’s really our personal process.

    Here’s the surprise, when you start with WHY and you live your HOW, you can take your game anywhere.
    The WHAT can change.  And that’s the beauty.

    It’s like when you really got clarity on your “ends” goals, you can change your “means” goals.
    And it’s exactly this flexibility that helps us grow greater from wherever we are, and wherever we go.

    Where we go, we grow.

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  • Joespu

    There is any webside, were I can found all the following  conferences, I try to search at the www, without success, any help or direction will be great