Hi, I'm Olivia Mitchell

I help introverts become effective public speakers with my SpeakerMap™ training

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Most public speaking advice is “one-size fits all”.

And most of it is written by extroverts. That means it doesn’t always work for those of us who are introverts.

15 years ago, I became a public speaking coach – by accident.

As an introvert, I’ve developed approaches to public speaking that work for introverts.

I work with fellow introverts, helping them develop their confidence, their presentations and deliver their message to the world.

I have a ton of free resources for you on this blog and if you’d like more help with planning a presentation, check out my paid SpeakerMap™ training.

My passion is helping people in the not-for-profit world working to achieve social justice and environmental goals. If that’s you, get in touch here and let’s see how I can help you at little or no cost.

What would you like help with?

I get nervous and anxious every time I have to present

Give me Courage

I don’t know what information to include and how to organise my thoughts

Give me Structure

I’m concerned that I come across as boring and my audience aren’t engaged

Give me Connection

Recent blog posts

The 3 Step Process for Handling your Darkest Fears

It was 9am - the beginning of an inhouse company training course like hundreds that I had run before. The corporate training room was standard, the number of participants was not more than usual, and it was a pretty normal gender mix. There was nothing exceptional...

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How to transform your relationship with nervousness

I still get nervous about public speaking. But I've transformed my relationship with nervousness. It is now a friendly companion, not an evil stalker. There are many aspects to this transformation, and there's just one that I want to talk about in this post. And...

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Has PowerPoint sucked you into this trap?

One of the many clever things that PowerPoint can do is allow you to dump lots of information into it. Unlike your human audience, you can just keep on adding information into a slide and the font size will adjust to allow as much information as you like. See how it...

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Does your audience want to fast-forward you?

Maybe I've got spoiled by my TV set-top box but, in so many of the presentations I've attended recently, I would love to have a remote-control with a fast-forward button! I'm sure you know what I mean - you really want to hear the useful and valuable information that...

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