Author, Entrepreneur, Teacher and Olympic Sprint Business Coach
I studied Business Administration at what is now the University of Technology (UTECH) in Kingston, Jamaica, which notably is the athletics home of sprint greats such as Asafa Powell, Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce and more recently Elaine Thompson.
In Jamaica I spent many a long hour playing my part in the family business serving as a bartender, shopkeeper and bus conductor and learned more from these real life experiences than anything gained at university.
I continued my professional accountancy studies in the UK and worked in the “City” at one of London’s most prestigious partnerships before later becoming a partner in my own short-lived practice.
Since then my own business ventures have included a travel and shipping agency, health product distribution, teaching (history, English & mathematics), event management and later the minting & distribution of unique gold & silver coins (as Ayn Gold UK). These experiences contributed to me founding the Open Trade Network.
My breakthrough training programme was Seven Secrets of Successful Fundraising and I wrote a book of the same name.
Published books include:
Other popular training programmes:
The Case for Gold;
Become a Wealthy Self-Published Author.
Secrets of Successful Fundraising;
Overcoming Key Problems Faced by New SMEs and NGOs.
The Olympic Sprint Business Coaching programme is a culmination of years of personal business expertise, high impact training and a wealth of consultancy experience rolled into one hard-hitting and dynamic programme much needed by the successful and conscientious 21st century entrepreneur.