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We’re partnering with our friends at CrowdScribed to give away three (3) Amazon Gift Cards this week worth $40 each! Interested? Keep reading!

What’s CrowdScribed?

CrowdScribed offers a totally new approach to how books get published. For the first time, you’ll have a say into what gets published, what authors have your support, and change the way you choose what to read. If you love books, this is where you’ll connect with authors before they’ve been discovered and dig up the hidden gem of a book way before the masses. And if you’re a writer, Crowdscribed is the place where your connection with the reader is the key to making your book dream become reality.

(Join CrowdScribed’s email list and be the first to know when they launch.)

How Do I Win a Gift Card?

We’re using RaffleCopter to run this giveaway, so login via Facebook and earn entries using this giveaway form.

NOTE: The “Tweet About the Giveaway to earn 2 Entries” box is a little confusing. Once you open that option just click the twitter button and ignore the empty box below it.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The contest ends late Friday night. Winners will be notified by Monday morning, July 22 and will receive their gift card next week.

What would you do with a free $40 to spend at

After you’ve entered, let us know what’s on your wishlist in the comments!

Conference Audio Deals!

posted by Bryan Allain — June 26, 2013 — Leave a comment

We’re running a great deal on Killer Tribes Conference Audio now through the end of June.

You can pick up the 2012 Conference Audio for $29 or the 2013 Conference Audio for $49 by using the code SUMMER13 at checkout.

Be inspired while you cut the grass, lay on the beach, and drive through traffic this summer with engaging talks from some amazing people!

Inside the Killer Tribes Conference

posted by Bryan Allain — May 10, 2013 — 1 Comment

Scott McClellan, one of our panel speakers at KT2013, wrote about this year’s conference for from the perspective of a former conference director.

(Scott used to run the ECHO Conference in Dallas.)

From the article:

Having experienced Killer Tribes as a speaker and attendee this year, I think I learned a valuable lesson about planning events. The reality is that planners, staffers, volunteers, vendors, speakers and attendees all experience the same event in different ways. They have different responsibilities, hopes, fears and expectations. They have different goals, obstacles and pet peeves. They bring something different to the table, and they take something different away from it.

The piece is very insightful, and you can read it in its entirety here: Inside the Killer Tribes Conference.

You can also download the entire Killer Tribes 2013 Conference here.

The 2013 Conference Sponsors

posted by Bryan Allain — April 30, 2013 — Leave a comment

Looking back over what a success the 2013 Killer Tribes Conference was, just wanted to say a quick thank you again to the amazing sponsors we had for the event.

(you can click their logos to learn more.)

The Mocha Club

Mobilizing folks to give up a few mochas a month to support strategic and solution-oriented relief and development projects in Africa. Don’t miss what they are doing with their Purpose Projects!

Justin McClure Creative

A full service creative agency specializing in digital and new media technologies. Hands down, the best experience I’ve ever had working with a design firm.

The Seed Company

Devoted to accelerating the translation of the Bible by working with local churches and translators all over the world. If you were at the conference, you heard Amy Lynn Andrews tell an incredibly moving story about the role The Seed Company is playing in her life.

Love and Respect Now

Bringing the message of Love and Respect in relationships to 18-35 year olds. Be on the lookout for their Illumination Project, which launches this Spring. (Fearlessly led by Joy Eggerichs, one of the funniest people I know.)

Haven’t picked up your copy of the audio from the 2013 Killer Tribes Conference? Grab it today!

16 Amazing Speakers
9 Engaging Keynotes
5 Practical Breakouts

1 Place to get it all.

The 2013 Killer Tribes Conference is now available.

All 6 hours of content, yours for just $55.

We’re Back and Better Than Ever

posted by Bryan Allain — April 17, 2013 — 1 Comment

Killer Tribes is back online!

Have you seen the new look yet?

Audio form the 2013 Conference is now on sale and lots more goodness is coming soon.

Stay Tuned!

Just 9 days until Killer Tribes 2013!

We are so excited to connect with all of you next weekend as we learn and get inspired by each other and an amazing lineup of speakers.

Speaking of those amazing speakers, here’s a look at the conference rundown.

Killer Tribes 2013 – March 23, 2013

Session 1 | 8:30a – 10:00a

Ben Arment – How to Become the Leader of Your Own Free World

John Saddington – An Ordinary Tribe

Session 2 | 10:30a – Noon

Crystal Paine – The 5 Be’s of Building Your Tribe

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With the Killer Tribes Conference less than 3 weeks away, we just added our last three speakers to our lineup.

Amy Andrews from has joined us to be a part of our Productivity Panel.

Amy is passionate about about time management and organization, and her book, Tell Your Time, has been called “…a life changing read” and “…a huge blessing of peace and sanity to my crazy day.” She is an amazing blogger and communicator, and she’ll be joining Craig Jarrow and one other person on the Productivity Panel.

Who is that other person?

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The Killer Tribes Conference is less than five weeks away and today I’m excited to announce a few fantastic speakers we are adding to the already great lineup!

It’s my privilege to share that we’ll be joined in Atlanta on March 23rd by three new amazing speakers: Brad Lomenick, Marlee Ward, and Craig Jarrow!

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Early Bird Rate Ends Tonight

posted by Bryan Allain — February 12, 2013 — Leave a comment

Today is the last day you can get a ticket to Killer Tribes for $149, so grab a ticket and start making plans now!

We’ve got such an amazing weekend planned for you! Our Friday night pre-party is going to blow last year’s out of the water, and the conference on Saturday is going to be jam packed with inspiration, insight, and a ton of laughs.

Haven’t seen our speaker lineup lately? You might want to check it out. (and we’ve still got a few more announcements up our sleeves.)

Remember, the Early Bird ends TONIGHT. Email a friend, make plans, and do something unexpected to make 2013 memorable!!!

We’ll see you there!