You're an introvert
with grit and great ideas

Own your voice and speak with confidence

You're an introvert
with grit and great ideas

Own your voice and speak with confidence

You’re an expert in your field. You know that promoting yourself and your ideas is critical to grow your business, but the thought of public speaking makes your heart race and your throat tighten.

I’ve got you covered.

First, tell me where you're at:

Ready. Set. Go.

I’m a successful entrepreneur. My audiences are investors, clients and employees. I need to come across as the confident leader I am — even when I’m not feeling that way — and influence at every turn.

Beam me up, Scotty!

I’m a new entrepreneur and I’m ready to take my business to the next level. I know that means getting comfortable with putting myself out there but I’ve always preferred to be behind the scenes.

I've got the entrepreneurial spirit.

I’m an aspiring entrepreneur. I’m motivated and excited but struggle to verbalize my thoughts and pitch my ideas.

The Tight Rope

Women entrepreneurs are expected to be polished, credible and confident while still exuding warmth and care. It’s a balancing act! The skills required to nimbly jump from one-on-one meetings to being in front of the room are not that different.

As a Black woman born in South Africa during the Apartheid era, this tight rope was only a fraction of what I had to deal with when I became a leader. You see, growing up I was conditioned to believe that I didn’t have a voice, that no-one wanted to hear what I had to say. As an adult I realized that I had to find and own my unique voice and fight to project it into the world if I wanted to become a leader.

My friend, the same applies to you. If you want success in business and leadership, you have to lean into your introversion, own your voice and speak up. Let me show you how.

"But I prefer to be behind the scenes."

I get it. I’m an introvert. In the past, I missed opportunities to be an active contributor in conversations because I would process internally or even, second-guess myself. Inevitably, someone else took the spotlight.


Sound familiar?

Together, we will turn you from someone who dreads the idea of another networking event to a leader who actively seeks out opportunities to connect with and influence others.

Work with me and...

Grow your network

Learn how to leverage every opportunity for meaningful conversations which lead to deeper relationships and getting the right people in your corner.

Win more business

Nail your pitch the next time you are in front of clients or investors. Frame your message in a way that gets them saying “where do I sign?”

Lead with confidence

The single most important skill for leaders is confidence. Being confident enables you to inspire others to trust and follow you.

Thrive in a (seemingly) extroverted world​

It’s time to celebrate AND leverage your introverted nature!

If you’re anything like me, you may look at extroverts and think, “Gosh, if I could just be like that, I’d get ahead.” But did you know that being an introvert is your superpower? Seriously.
 
As an introvert, your ability to ask insightful questions and truly connect with others will get you further, faster.
 
You don’t need to change who you are to be successful. You just need to learn the skills that give you the confidence to speak up and stand out.

Ditch the Script!

Once upon a time, I turned down an opportunity to make a spur-of-the-moment toast for my boss because I didn’t have a fully-written speech prepared. Too often we say “pass!” in situations when others are looking for us to lead because we haven’t fully fleshed-out a compelling speech from start to finish.
 
Forget that.
 
I’ll show you how to quickly organize your thoughts into a logical and compelling message—no matter where you are. The next time you are put on the spot, you will be ready to shine!

Live Masterclass for Introverted Speakers