Barbara is CEO of the Pease’s immensely successful company, Pease International, which produces books, videos, training courses and seminars for business and governments worldwide.
Barbara has established a Universal media and brand presence for their business in every major economy in the world, ensuring the Pease name is synonymous with Body Language & Human Communication, everywhere.
She also runs a successful property development business and oversees two multi-million-dollar television and music recording studios called Pease Media that has recorded over 100 albums, TV shows, and movies (including a Dreamworks production).
Barbara is a born achiever and held 3 jobs by age 12. In her early 20s she was the youngest Features Executive to sell One Million Dollars of advertising for Rupert Murdoch’s The Bulletin. At 25 she opened her own modelling agency and taught displaced people how to present themselves at job interviews.
Barbara is a pioneer of the self-publishing industry, having been rejected by traditional book publishers. After establishing the Pease empire, she was offered a 6 figure deal, which she turned down. Barbara single-handedly pulled together a team of publishers globally to work collaboratively on building the Pease brand.
Barbara has appeared on most major TV programmes in the UK and Europe, including 9 TV Series for BBC Science, National Geographic and History Channels. She is co-author of the #1 European Box Office hit movie, “Why Men Don’t Listen & Women Can’t Park Cars” and runs a private coaching business helping people to accomplish their life goals. Barbara is the Patron of the child abuse charity No More Fake Smiles, has 6 children and 9 grandchildren.