I love speaking.
I’ve spoken at schools. I’ve spoken at festivals. I’ve spoken with social enterprises. I spoke for 65 days straight when I ran from the Colosseum in Rome to the London Eye in 2017, all be it down the lens of a GoPro but you know what I mean.
I love connecting with you guys face-to-face. I love that my words can play their part, even in some small way, to offer a little hope and optimism for the future and ease some of the unnecessary suffering going on in the world. And I love the free hugs which follow most of the talks I give.
I speak to as many diverse audiences as I possibly can – large or small, male or female, young or old, it doesn’t matter. As long as there’s a chance my audience will find value in my words, then I’m up for it!
Typically I speak on topics relating to our mental wellbeing. Typically I’m asked to share my story, what works for me, and how I’ve somehow managed to channel my energy & lived experiences with bipolar disorder & suicidal thoughts towards being one of the most grateful people you’ll ever meet.
Alongside the mental health stuff, I happily speak about minimalism, adventure-running, personal growth and cultivating a passion or cause you believe in which sets your soul on fire and leaves this world in a better place than the one we were born in to. And so often, regardless of what topics we cover, I do my best to remind my audience that when writing the story of our lives, we’re the one’s who ultimately hold the pen.
Sometimes there’s a fee involved, sometimes I speak for free. It depends on the nature of the talk and a few other factors.
To discuss booking me for a talk or if there’s anything I haven’t answered, please do get in touch.
Oh and one last thing. If I can guarantee anything, it’s that I put my heart and soul in to every talk, I strive to leave every audience slightly more uplifted than before I opened my mouth and I will strive to never waste a second of your time. I’m obsessive about this. Time is the most valuable resource we have.