Meet Anfernee Chansamooth
Anfernee Chansamooth is a philanthropist, career transition consultant and writer. He’s trained over a thousand business leaders across 14 countries, empowered over 500 students in Laos, Sydney and Toronto, has appeared on Network Ten, in Anthill Magazine and at TEDxTelstraSydney, and is a regular writer for Huffington Post.
After a traumatic brain surgery experience in 2006, Anfernee packed up his wealth of experience in the corporate sector, with major corporations such as Hewlett Packard and American Express, to pursue and create a life of meaningful contribution.
Anfernee has since travelled extensively and lived in Australia, Canada and Laos; launched a successful online marketing business; and currently teaches people how to live confidently and passionately at his popular retreats, workshops, and his online Confidentpreneur community.
“His commitment to making the world around him a better place is inspiring, and makes the people around him want to do the same.”
- Andy Forest, Director, Dimentians
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