The magic of speaking with confidence

Do you wish you could speak in public with confidence?

Do you want to speak to potential clients and grow your business?

Do you want to know the magic of speaking in public?


So many women in business hate the idea of speaking in public.   To get up and speak to a group of people you don't know, gives you so much stress you would rather jump off a cliff. Discover your Voice helps you speak with confidence and clarity to grow your business.



I work with business women across a range of industries, and my 'Master the Art of Public Speaking' system has transformed their lives. Ultimately, my public speaking training has improved their public speaking skills and allowed them to let go of their public speaking fear.  


There are two levels of membership.  Free - you have access to workbooks, templates and video replays.

Or join our Unicorn herd and get membership with a difference.   Full access to everything and a strategy to take your speaking to the next level.


When you work with me, you’ll receive my comprehensive training programme to help you say goodbye to public speaking anxiety. Drawing on my extensive experience, I will teach you the proven techniques to build your confidence and deliver the best presentations you possibly can.

Public Speaking Trainer - Why work with me? 

Offering bespoke training to Business, Learning organisations, Universities. Bringing the skills of public speaking to your learners in a fun and results driven environment.

Latest News

public speaking quirks

We all have our little vocal style that makes us unique. How often have you heard someone make a remark about how interesting it is the way you phrase things? We learn the way we speak from our parents and our mentors growing up. So if you ever listened to yourself speak, you would recognize

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Make a living as a public speaker

The wonderful dearly departed comic Chris Farley had a character that was a professional motivational speaker. That character was Matt Foley and he was an absolute mess. His speaking style was painful and destructive and he lived (say it with me) in a van down by the river. Well, as hilarious as that routine was,

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Make them laugh

In the delightful Broadway musical “Singing in the Rain”, there is a song called “Make em Laugh” which is based on this idea that the best way for any stage performer to build a bond with an audience is to use humor to bring a smile, or a laugh, to that audience. Well, that idea

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