At AMBITION 2012, Co-Founder and CEO Jere Thompson, Jr. talks about leadership, team-building and the exciting potential of the year to come. From Ambit Energy’s humble beginning over a turkey sandwich luncheon between Jere and Co-Founder Chris Chambless, and promise to “Never sacrifice integrity for growth.” Hear Jere discuss the importance of the lifelong pursuit of happiness written by our Founding Fathers in the Declaration of Independence. These first six years have been incredible but, as Jere says, “The best is yet to come.”
Ambit Energy CEO Jere Thompson, Jr. attributes Ambit Energy’s success to the innovative, behind-the-scenes work of John Burke, CIO, and the IT department. Jere states that thanks to Ambit Energy’s skilled IT department, systems are used as they were designed; resulting in a 20 percent growth per month.
Ambit Energy CMO Chris Chambless recounts four years of growth, experience and success at Ambit Energy, reminding everyone there are many more chapters left to write to take Ambit Energy to the next level.
Ambit Energy National Consultant Philip Eckhart accepts his second award as he reaches a great milestone by becoming a member of the Millionaire Club at Ambit Energy. Philip shares his success story and thanks his sponsor, Brian McClure, for providing him with guidance and support in this role.
When we look back on AMBITION 2012, so many words come to mind — especially those like “biggest,” “best” and “greatest!” This year, over 9,000 independent Consultants gathered in Dallas for an amazing three days of motivational, professional and personal development. Plus, there were phenomenal awards and recognition for achievements during the past year—not to mention tons of Texas- sized fun!
From the opening riffs of John Burke’s guitar to the blockbuster news and special announcements at General Session, AMBITION 2012 was the perfect launching point to Take Charge!
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