Challenging perceptions with Celebrity Speakers

Challenging perceptions with Celebrity Speakers

The team at Celebrity Speakers has this month highlighted four speakers they think challenge perceptions, stir emotion, capture attention and test intuition.

According to the company, these speakers get audiences to think differently, proving that things are not always as they seem.

One of the speakers in the spotlight is Robert Hollis, a man who usually dons a casual appearance, audiences might be surprised to know that he is a highly successful entrepreneur that owns multiple companies.

He is also ranked in LinkedIn’s Top 3 Most Influential New Zealanders and is the youngest member of NZ Tech Industry Association.

Julia Hartley-Moore is a renowned private investigator, challenging perceptions by the business side of her story and how she has grown a successful PI business with no police experience.

Third on the list is Dr Paul Wood. He’s a Psychologist who spent 11 years behind bars for manslaughter.

Wood now works with top CEOs and professional rugby teams on emotional resilience and how to unleash potential.

And last but most certainly not least is Brylee Mills; involved in a car accident at age 6, Brylee’s arm was amputated above the elbow.

Being a keen dancer, Brylee is determined to not lose sight of her dreams.