Sandy Geyer is the MD of an educational publishing company, a property investment company and a specialist training company. She is also the author of "My Long Flight from freedom" ... a personal story of her journey through and out of the new South Africa.
Sandy has a deep understanding of the challenges faced by business owners and having recently moved countries to expand her business, her experience and knowledge in this field is up to date and appropriate to today's market.
She is not afraid to succeed in all areas of her life and her knowledge, passion and enthusiasm in the sales and leadership fields are the focus of her energetic and informative presentations and workshops.
Sandy's ability to develop certain success habits and recognise the power of choice has been the central ingredients of her success in her businesses, her family life and her music career. She has a degree in Industrial Psychology (BA); is a certified DISC trainer which relates to communication and teams and has 15 years experience in running her own successful companies. Throughout her school, work and music career Sandy has taken a leadership role.
Sandy specialises in developing individuals within organizations including schools as she has direct experience with many schools and teachers as an educational publisher. Having experience of diverse industries she inspires and motivates teams and staff to achieve their full potential and to take ownership of their own destinies.
She says; "Most of us have been exposed to the basics of "how to be successful" in our personal and professional lives at some point. Only an average of 5% of us actually applies them. When I speak and train I tell people WHY they don't apply the basics, I show them HOW to apply them and I inspire them to WANT to apply them".
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Articles by Sandy Geyer
There are many business writers/mentors and coaches who encourage business owners to try and stay in a “cash flow crisis” space. Why?
Whenever someone asks me this question in a presentation, someone else invariably mumbles, “When the money runs out”, which seems an obvious answer but I don’t agree. I don’t think the commitment needed to “keep going” is linked to money or to our...
There comes a time in all of our young lives when we realise that not everyone is like us. For those of us who had many siblings we may have noticed early that we often liked different foods, chose different toys and threw tantrums over different ...
A colleague of mine related the following story a few months back.
A few months ago I presented at a number of business events across South Africa. At the end of one of the events, whilst I was signing books a young and very well dressed black gentleman gave me a quick run down of his entire business and strategy...