I speak to humans in a humane way.
That means I laugh, tell stories and sometimes curse.
I connect with audiences by helping them connect with each other. My talks are experiential and interactive. That means the audience participates. It means they get to know each other.
The learning is in the doing. I give my audiences the tools they need to get tangible results, and we practice them right there in the conference room.
My past talks have included:
Speaking to survivor groups about mindfulness and positive thinking, showing them how to manage chronic pain, how to overcome, to find courage, strength and compassion for themselves and their experiences.
Keynotes at wellness conferences or working with full-day conference groups on women’s wellness, body image, gaining control of under and overeating, and identifying healthy emotions and healthy habits.
Speaking to parent groups with challenging teenage relationships
And the results?
My talks feel good. They’re about helping people liberate themselves from emotional stumbling blocks, breaking down their own barriers and overcoming limiting beliefs.
They’re also an opportunity to gather with beautiful, like-minded souls. Nobody leaves without their handful of insights and a couple of clever parental reserves in the tank.
People leave my talks feeling tremendous. Truly! Guests leave with full, inspired hearts, with an understanding that these tools really work.