The South African Freelancers’ Association is hosting a workshop by Salmon Barnard that will address the psychology of success especially as it relates to physical riches. In this workshop you will learn a specific way of thinking that when used leads to increase and advancement to all that you come into contact with.
Thinking in the right way is an essential part of succeeding in today’s economy. Your thoughts direct your emotions, your emotions your actions, and your actions your results. If you want increased results in your life, then know that it starts with a better way of thinking. A way that will be shared in the Science and Psychology of Generating Income.
Salmon Barnard is an author, speaker, businessman and course facilitator. His primary line of work is focused brain profiling where he assists companies to increase team performance through focusing on the primary thinking styles of the individuals within the group.
He is a qualified Chef who was presented with the medal of service by the deputy commander of United States European Command. Later he moved from cooking to management where he opened and managed Woolworths Café stores across Gauteng.
Since then he continued his studies to become a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Master Practitioner of Ericsonian Hypnotherapy and a Practitioner of Timeline-Therapy. In his personal practice he specialises in mental performance training and worked with prominent figures in the sporting and business world, including prominent PGA golf players. He has however now moved his focus away from individual coaching to corporate and community development and is in the process of creating programs and platforms that drives interaction and social development.
Cover charge for:
Safrea members and members of LAMP and students with a student card: R300.00. If you reserve and pay your ticket before 5 November 2012, you will only pay R250. Non Members: R400.00 – early bird special R350
Bookings and advance payments essential as space is limited – place your booking at email@example.com to obtain the banking details.
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