Armstrong & Company, Strategic Advisors

    Business advisor, trainer and strategic coach to executives. Brad helps his clients focus on effectively balancing four primary management/leadership issues: 1) increasing profitability; 2) creating long-term value for stakeholders; 3) creating or improving the daily work environment for all employees at all levels; and, 4) enhancing the quality and quantity of time for the executive outside the organization. Specific issues of concern include vision/image creation and dissemination; leadership and management development; teambuilding, community building, sales & marketing development, successful organizational change management; internal and external partnering; and, internal conflict resolution and mediation.

  • Authoring Six Reasons People Don't Do What You Expect
    Release date: Fall 2005
  • Authoring The Tao of Living Large


    Single parent of Hunter, 18 and Kate, 15.

    1993 Recipient of an Entrepreneur of the Year® award sponsored by Ernst & Young, Merrill Lynch, and Inc. magazine.

    1994 Recipient of a Blue Chip® Initiative award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Nation's Business magazine and Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.

    1994 Honoree for growing Blue Whale® Moving Company, Inc. to Inc. 500 status as one of the "fastest growing privately-held companies in America."


    Past Chairman of the Board of Directors of Goodwill Industries of Central Texas.
    Past Member of the Board of Directors of the Center for Battered Women.
    Member of the International Entrepreneur of the Year® Institute.
    Member of the State Bar of Texas since 1984.


    Multi-engine rated private pilot
    Professional ballroom dance instructor
    Accomplished bridge player
    PADI certified diver


    University of Houston Law Center
    Juris Doctor - December, 1983

    University of Texas at Austin
    B.A. in Government - May, 1981

    The Kinkaid School, Houston, Texas
    Graduated - May, 1977


    The University of Texas at Austin
    Graduate School of Business

    Duke University
    Fuqua School of Business

Professional Presentations

    "Six Reasons People Don't Do What You Expect"®
    "The Power of Committed Leadership"
    "The Tao of Living Large"
    "A Good Death"
    "Leaderships' Duties"
    "Creation and Use of Vision Statements"
    "Achieve Personal Goals Through Organizational Success"


    A One-Man Play about the life of R. Buckminster Fuller

    Written by Alice Wilson in Dialogue with Brad Armstrong

    Meet with R. Buckminster Fuller, inventor, architect, engineer, mathematician, poet and philosopher-clearly one of the most exciting minds of our century. Brad Armstrong's characterization evokes the essence of a talk with Bucky, congenial, entertaining, wide ranging, humanistic and sharp witted. Using colorful props and projections, BUCKY takes the audience on a transformative journey into the playful mind of a genius at work. Here is a man who set out to change the course of history, not through politics but through invention.

    The physical objects he created like the geodesic dome and Dymaxion Map deliberately and spontaneously re-orient us to reality. Bucky most treasured human beings' unique ability to understand and participate in the underlying patterns of the universe. It was his unshakable belief that each of us here on "Spaceship Earth" has a singular contribution to make toward bettering the whole planet's welfare- and that exactly that, and no less, is the success for which mankind was designed.


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