Media and Speaking Engagements

#noexcuses

 

Too many public speakers talk in fluff for an hour and leave you with nothing to keep yourself accountable once you walk out the door. You’ll leave feeling inspired, but by lunch, you’ve fallen back into the same-old. My approach is different.

I leave audiences with real, tangible actions that they can start working on from the moment they stand up from their seats. The foundation of my advice is “no excuses”; I get people to work out what they want from life, what’s needed to get started, and set up a system to keep them honest when distractions inevitably start cropping up.

After many years in business, I’m not in the habit of mincing words. All of my advice is based on decades of experience in banking, accounting and business coaching. I’ve seen what works and what doesn’t, and I tell my audience outright what they need to do to be successful in business and life.

I’m not the guy on the back of a yacht talking about visualising, mindsets and the power of positive thought. I’m here to give real-world advice that I put into practice every day with my clients and my team, that I know works.

Are you organising an event and need a speaker who will empower people to walk out and start making meaningful changes to their career and lifestyle? Fill out the form below and I’ll be in touch.

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