You are cordially invited to join the Durban Chapter of the PSASA for their February meeting.
Our guest speaker is Richard Mulvey who will be speaking on:
How to make money in the Speaking Business,
Turning a talent for speaking into a profitable career
- Date: 26 February
- Time: Refreshments, networking and library – 5:30 – 6pm / Meeting 6 – 9pm
- Venue: Hilltop Manor, 201 Umhlanga Rocks Drive (www.hilltopmanor.co.za)
- Cost: Free for PSASA members; R130 for non-members
(Tea, coffee, biscuits & snacks included. Cash bar available).
- Booking through PSASA Administrator – Simone: firstname.lastname@example.org / +27 79 680 2573
By no later than Friday 15th February
About the Speaker:
Richard Mulvey is South Africa’s leading Seminar Speaker and over the last 18 years has inspired and motivated over 150,000 business people throughout Europe, Asia and Africa. Richard’s impressive client list includes most of South Africa’s leading Corporate Companies.
Richard is a past President of the Professional Speakers’ Association of Southern Africa
Richard is also a prolific writer and has published 17 books, as well as over 50 DVDs, CDs and MP3s all available worldwide through Amazon.com & Amazon.co.uk.
Apart from a successful corporate career Richard has also worked for the Queen in Buckingham Palace, written and marketed a multi-restaurant accounting package called “Trade Inn”. Traveled overland from London to South Africa and back again and recently climbed Kilimanjaro to raise R70,000 for Reach for a Dream.
Richard’s passion is moving minds and creating understanding where there was just confusion and he is the perfect Sales Motivator at your next convention.
All of the above is true of course but there is another side to this industry and the last 18 years I have spent developing a speaking business.
None of us have it easy. We have good years and then bad years. Some years where I was happy to pay a huge tax bill (because it meant I had earned a huge salary), some years where I couldn’t afford to pay my tax bill and some where I didn’t earn enough to pay tax, but I wouldn’t change a second of it.
Speaking in public is the most exciting and rewarding career you could wish for and in this session I will honestly outline my successes and my mistakes in the hope that you will learn from some and avoid others to develop your successful speaking career.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Durban Chapter President
Phone: 082 491 1136