Storytellers at our last event on 5th July included:
Over the last ten years, Søren has worked across a range of businesses in a variety of markets. He has helped set up two successful companies, as well as experiencing one failure. His experiences have equipped him with a wealth of knowledge on what works and what doesn’t when running a business in a digital world.
Victoria is a qualified cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist, utilising the power of the creative mind to help people make positive, desired changes in their life at a deep level. She also works with our beautiful animal kingdom as an animal communicator, Canine Flow practitioner (heart-based dog training) and Rahanni healer, helping to improve wellbeing, promote relaxation and create a more intimate bond and unity between animals and their owners.
Aly Harrold is an award-winning public speaking coach and entrepreneur based in Kent. With over 10 years on the professional speaking circuit, and almost a lifetime’s worth of experience on the stage as a result of her also having previously being a successful singer, she works primarily (though not exclusively) with women with all levels of public speaking experience, enabling them to speak from the heart, authentically, with clarity and confidence.
Mara Bergman is a writer and editor. Her poetry has been published widely here and abroad, including two award-winning pamphlets. Her first full collection, The Disappearing Room, will be released at the end of July by Arc Publications. She is also the author of more than 20 books for young children, including Oliver Who Travelled Far and Wide, which won the Booktrust Early Years Award, and Snip Snap!, which won the Stockport Children’s Prize. Mara works as a senior commissioning editor at Walker Books, London. She loves walking her dogs and swimming (though not at the same time), as well as aubergines and chocolate (but not together). She was born in New York City on Leap Year day and lives in Kent.
Paul is a professional musician, sound artist, producer, singer, songwriter and cyclist. His last album was written & recorded on a 4,000-mile cycle across Europe. On the hunt for inspirational locations, he has written and recorded music in locations all around the world. From the tops of mountains to deep underground, old places and new, from pill boxes to ice caves, the Australian bush to the Grand Canyon, even underwater… His two solo albums, ‘Just For The Record’ and ‘Just For The Record Too’, have both been recorded on epic cycling trips where he carried 45kg of recording equipment and instruments over 6,000 miles. His next album, ‘Just For The Record Three,’ will be written and recorded on 12 worldwide adventures. The first was completed in April 2018.