Precon workshop with Ann Wilson, The Wealth Chef

Ann Wilson, will share her personal journey from being an employee with no assets at the age of 40 to becoming a self-made millionaire having created and carved out The Wealth Chef brand.

She will share her secrets to running an international business that uses the freemium model which combines free content with paid for content, as well as online content and real speaking events. Ann wants to inspire fellow speakers to reach out and influence more people in new ways, to generate more income and create more personal wealth. A not to be missed event by a very generous South African who has become a global icon.

When: 13 May 2015 from 9am to 12pm
Where: Zebra Country Lodge, north of Pretoria
Cost:  R450.00 for PSASA members and R750 for non-members

A local and international melting pot of experiences and ideas to be shared in the bush

Don’t miss out.  Book your seat for the PSASA Convention 2016 today to hear some of these fabulous local and international speakers who will be adding value to your speaking business.

Some of our local speakers:

  • Shireen Chengadu GIBS (Enhancing & using your voice for impact on a personal, institutional and country/macro level)
  • Douglas Kruger (How to make your point without Powerpoint)
  • Imtiaz Sooliman (Gift of the Givers – a South African story of hope)
  • Arthur Goldstuck (Social media to enhance the power of the spoken word)
  • Janice Sheckter (The power of the collaborative, peer-to-peer economy)
  • Nicola Tyler (Thinking differently about innovation and leadership)
  • Cobus Visser (Firewalk Friday night)

Some of our international speakers:

  • Pam Warren, UK (A Survivor’s Story – painting pictures with words as the poster girl for the Paddington Train disaster and the far reaching impact of her story)
  • Ruby Newell-Legner, USA (From platform to profit)
  • Hans de Graaf, Netherlands (The neuroscience of video)
  • Paul ter Wal, Netherlands (Accountability to your audience)
  • Amelie Yan-Gouiffes, Thailand/India (The power of audience feedback)