Join us for the Money Mastery 1 talk which has been delivered at over 20 universities and organisations. This fun, inspirational and very interactive talk aims to addresses saving, investing, getting out of debt and methods to increase your income.
The talk covers the psychology, science and art of money. The psychology of money deals with behaviour and relationship with money as Warren Buffett says “if you can’t manage your emotions, you can’t manage your money.” The science of money simplifies the technical financial terms and explains what they really mean. The art of money helps you
create your personal financial game plan. This talk will help prevent overspending, taking bad debt and also help make money work and last longer for you.
• Your money reality
• Financial goal setting
• Money beliefs
• Avoiding expensive decisions
• Saving and investing
• Managing and getting out of debt
• Introduction to financial statements
• Assets and liabilities
• Understanding spending patterns
• The 6 levels of wealth
• Methods to increase your income
Join us at Work and Co for this empowering talk. There are only 80 tickets so please get yours early to avoid missing out.
Sandras Phiri is an award-winning entrepreneur and international speaker. He is the director for Startup Grind South Africa, which educates, inspires and connects entrepreneurs and he is the CEO and founder of Africa Trust Academy, a productivity and high performance consulting company. Sandras has worked with over 25 organisations and has lectured at over 15 universities.Read More
Sandras Phiri is an award-winning entrepreneur and international speaker. He is the director for Startup Grind South Africa, which educates, inspires and connects entrepreneurs and he is the CEO and founder of Africa Trust Academy, a productivity and high performance consulting company. Sandras has worked with over 25 organisations and has lectured at over 15 universities. His work has taken him to 20 countries including UK, Bali, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Ghana, Mozambique, India, Switzerland and Silicon Valley USA. Some of the organisations served include Sanlam, FNB, Sekunjalo, General Electric, Big Brother Africa, Standard Bank, McKinsey & Co, Foschini Group, African Union, Mars Africa and Zoona.
He has worked in banking, mobile payments, insurance, unit trust and IT in South Africa and Zambia and has run his own businesses in IT, entertainment and education. Sandras has a degree in Computer Science and an MBA from UCT. He has shared stages with Facebook co-founder Dustin Maskovitch, Youtube co-founder Steve Chen, Basecamp founder Jason Fried, Guy Kawasaki, Steve Blank and Clayton Christensen of Harvard Business School.
He has been named one of the 15 tech people to follow in 2018. He has been featured on CNBC Africa and has been a mentor on SABC 1 TV programme Making Moves. He has also been featured in Destiny Man, Glamour and GSB Breakwater Magazines, News24 Entrepreneur and on many radio and TV stations. Sandras’ academic paper on leadership was published in an international leadership journal.