The inaugural National Achievers Congress 2016 seeks to give everyone the opportunity to achieve phenomenal results in their personal and professional lives by having some of the world’s greatest speakers empower them. Keynote speakers at the two day event include Robert Kiyosaki, Ali Al Saloom, Andrew Matthews, and Baroness Michelle Mone of Mayfair, OBE. The Congress aims to inspire attendees to pursue their dreams, invest strategically in assets, effectively manage their finances and develop essential business and leadership skills.
“We’re absolutely thrilled to bring the National Achievers Congress to Middle Eastern soil especially to the UAE; a country that embraces such a strong and vital entrepreneurial spirit. This one of a kind event will boost attendees confidence to pursue what they aspire by learning from esteemed names who have taken risks and succeeded,” comments Awfa Mustafa General Manager andCo-founder of Najahi.
The speakers at the event have been chosen for their ability to inspire audiences and encourage them to follow their dreams, create business and investment vehicles to support them and find fulfilment and happiness while doing so. Leading the panel of speakers is investment icon Robert Kiyosaki is the author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” the world’s number one and best-selling personal finance book of all time. Andrew Matthews is a best-selling author-illustrator of Happiness Now, How Life Works, and Follow Your Heart, to name a few.Other exceptional achievers featured at the Congress include international speaker and prominent Emirati business mentor Ali Al Saloom, a best-selling author, cultural consultant and highly sought after local media celebrity and Baroness Michelle Mone of Mayfair, OBE, a well-known female entrepreneur in the UK.
“Event attendees can look forward to a highly diverse programme, led by Robert Kiyosaki and featuring other prominent leaders in various fields. These remarkable speakers are committed to creating and sharing insights, in addition to the most cutting-edge systems and processes of success.” Awfa added.
Throughout its rich history, the National Achievers Congress has had on its platform iconic speakers such as Sir Richard Branson, Lord Alan Sugar, Tony Robbins, Bill Clinton, and Tony Blair.