Wednesday February 26, 2020

Sheahan: ‘I don’t take a full wage from conference’

Former rugby international is behind the Pendulum Summit

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
3rd January, 2016
Frankie Sheahan of the Pendulum Summit Picture: Courtpix

Having Tony Robbins at his conference – the man Fortune magazine described as ‘the CEO whisperer’ – is a coup for former rugby international Frankie Sheahan, the man behind the Pendulum Summit, which takes place in Dublin on Friday.

But Robbins doesn’t come cheap. Unlike, the now-departed Web Summit, which infamously didn’t pay its participants, Sheahan’s Pendulum Summit does. Robbins’s fees are in the seven-figure range....

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