I’m on a mission to help people love
In all its flaws, failures, twists and turns – every damn bit of it. (And that’s the clincher y’see – we’ve gotta love e.v.e.r.y. bit of it). I blog about it, coach it, workshop it, teach it and speak about it all day erry day. In fact, The Imperfect Life® is my life.
Through that experience, (and commitment to my hellbent mission) I’ve partnered with companies and individuals hosting events, and discussed all things quarter-life crises, overcoming fear, working through perfectionism and finding the balls to create and follow our own wiggly, messy path (rather than accepting that society’s direct route is the only one available – it isn’t btw). I feel my message and experience resonate and deliver the most value to millennials as my key audience, but I’m often told by Gen X-ers how much my content speaks to them too.
if you want to provoke thought and inspire an audience at your event – let’s chatsy.
My presenting style is informal and conversational and my goal is always to leave a thought-provoking, lasting impression in the minds of the audience. Whether I’m presenting to your clients or your employees, I’m there to make a mark.
why choose me?
After winning a tap dancing and singing competition on stage at three years of age (despite falling on my face tripping over the microphone wire mid-performance), being in front of
people talking about what I love and believe in is my safe place.
Presentations have been known to open with a shimmy or a moonwalk. True story.
I promise openness and honesty in delivering my own story, even if the truth is sometimes mortifyingly embarrassing.
I love an opportunity to engage with an audience through Q&As.
I’m a survivor of depression, perfectionism and a full-on quarter-life crisis who learnt how to flip those challenges into an advantage. I want to share the tools I used to do that to really make a difference in people’s lives.
YOU HAD ME AT HELLO
The session you developed was absolutely spot on, your delivery was just super, so authentic, so genuine that it really just brings in and involves the audience. I think we all witnessed an exciting next chapter for The Imperfect Life.
Rosemary Clancy – Oracle, Dublin
A TASTE OF SOME RECENT AUDIENCE