The future of wellness. Sarah explores the science of why diets don’t work, why green smoothies are a crook idea and what the hell we should all eat now. She has worked with the leading voices in obesity research for five years, as well as the National Geographic’s Blue Zone team in Icaria (Greece) and Sardinia (Italy) looking at the foods favoured by those who live the longest.
Productivity and how to live a better life. Sarah has studied the best wellness, productivity and simple living advice (detailed across more than 100 Sunday Life column explorations and 1500 blog posts). She draws on lessons learned from meeting the Dalai Lama, Oprah’s life coach, Brene Brown, Sir Richard Branson and many more.
Media and writing: Sarah’s worked for almost every media outlet – TV, newspapers and magazines – in Australia. She knows both traditional and new media intimately and has perspectives on the new landscape. She’s consulted to ABC radio, Hearst Magazines International, ARN and ACP.
What people say about it:
“Sarah speaks with a rare combination of authority and fun. She has a singular ability to captivate the audience with her globally-leading ideas. She makes it look effortless, having a high-energy but thoughtful response to any and every audience.”
Margot Faraci, NAB
“Wilson is so capable you don’t doubt she could toss together a roasted pigeon with grilled polenta, smoked pork belly and date sauce without needing to stop talking to the camera.”
Graeme Blundell, Review
“Ogilvy Public Relations Australia is the largest PR consultancy in Australia. We hosted an event which focused on the future of the communication industry and our panelists included an academic and very senior private and public sector leaders in communication from both Australia and overseas. Sarah was the moderator/MC and masterfully managed a great event. Her natural style lends itself to this type of work. Sarah is a real pro and a delight to work with.”
Kieran Moore, CEO, Ogilvy Public Relations Australia
“Sarah Wilson is vibrant. She talks like she means and knows it. Such engaging smarts is a rarity!”
Bill Tikos, CEO TheCoolHunter