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KATY MENTAL HEALTH - Friday, November 7, 2014

David Martin

TOPIC: Why You Need a Platform to Succeed.  5 Steps to Building Your Platform.

Do you ever feel like trying to get your message out is very hard today? Like trying to get noticed in a packed stadium?

You’re not alone.

At this meeting we will talk about why you need a platform and how to build one:

1. A platform provides visibility. The word platform itself is a metaphor for a stage on which you are elevated above the crowd.

2. A platform provides amplification. It enables you to be heard above the roar of the crowd. The noise.

3. A platform provides connection. Traditional media platforms make possible a kind of one-way conversation. But social media has taken this to a whole new level. It makes possible two-way conversation—in other words, engagement.

Without a platform—something that enables you to get seen and heard—you don’t have a chance.  Having an awesome product, an outstanding service, or a compelling cause is no longer enough.

David Bueno Martin, LPC-S and Ruby Renz, LPC are co-hosting the next Katy Mental Health networking luncheon in Katy, Texas.  Our lunch is sponsored by Houston Behavioral Healthcare.  There is NO COST to this meeting (donations are appreciated to help with ongoing costs). To reserve your place at this event please RSVP by filling out this simple form.  

This meeting is for professional counselors, social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists.  We also want to invite anyone interested in connecting resources with those who need them and making mental health a priority in our community in Katy and West Houston.

Feel free to forward this info to other mental health professionals.

Friday, November 7, 2014. 11:30 AM UNTIL 1:00 PM.



KATY, TX 77494


For any questions, please contact David Bueno Martin at 713-364-8590 or e-mail: