Pic Talks

Introduce me to your group - be they farmers or fishers, your students, your sales team or your sun club, there’s not much I like better than talking about peanut butter, making stuff and, of course, myself.

Having me on your stage for up to an hour costs $1500 plus expenses. I know it sounds alarmingly cheap, but by converting your guests to our fine product you keep your costs down, I justify my existence and everybody leaves with sustainable sustenance for their minds and bodies.

But that’s not all. Not only can you pay my fee directly to the registered charity of my choice, but your delegates get to meet Fido, my handsome and affable guide dog, who is always happy to pose for photos.

Contact Lou@reallygood.co.nz now to check my availability for your next event.

What people are saying...


"We had Pic come along as our guest speaker to a post conference social evening in Nelson. The NZ Federation of Commercial Fishermen is a national organisation representing the mainly inshore fishers and operators.

You might think what does peanut butter and fishing have in common, well that was something that Pic was able to eloquently relate when it came to operating a small business and see it grow but also the persistence to ensure that a great product is produced. This is what our fishers are striving for every day, locally owned and landed fish rather than exported less traceable seafood, and to maintain a sustainable environment to operate in.

Pic related his lifestory (whilst Fido lapped up all the patting attention) and then opened the floor to questions which he handled with ease. Pic didn’t want to get paid directly for speaking to us but asked that a donation be made to the local Nelson Hospice.

We were so glad to have Pic come and meet us, provide tips on business and to persist when others want to tear you down. He was given a standing ovation, followed by a venture into a restaurant in town with a few of the crowd to tell and listen to more tall tales from the sea."

New Zealand Federation of Commercial Fishermen

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