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I believe we all have a unique part to play in the world. We all have our own unique passions and unique skills which make us a powerful force of good in the world. I am passionate about inspiring people to step up as the powerful leaders they are.
I first started public speaking when I was 19 at a small business event in London. Since then I have spoken in front of FTSE 100 companies, Innovative startups and Universities, and I’m only just getting started!
The Power of You
I believe we all have a unique part to play in the world. We all have our own unique passions and unique skills which make us a powerful force of good in the world. I am passionate about inspiring people to step up as the powerful leaders they are. To show them that with passion (and the internet), anything is possible.
Start a movement with your message
Once we’re clear on our message, we can change the world. A slightly more practical speech than ‘The Power of You’, this speech goes into the core components of powerful personal brands with guidance on how to get clarity on your message, build your brand and connect with your tribe.
Finding strength in adversity
The topic of my Tedx talk, this talk aims to inspire those who may be struggling or dealing with adversity to find strength and power through the pain. In this talk I share my own story of being kidnapped and raped whilst on holiday and the journey of healing I went through to find inner peace and happiness.
“Having witnessed Hannah steal the show at TEDx Farnham, I would challenge anyone to listen to her speak and not be fully immersed and absorbed in what she says. The clue is in the name as she 'Power'fully delivers her material from the heart, captivating the entire audience as she speaks. I look forward to attending future speaking appearances of Hannah..”
— James Wright
“Hannah is an engaging speaker who leads with authenticity. She has a breadth of experience to pull from and our students commented on how relatable she was, speaking to them directly from a place of respect. Hannah is comfortable responding to questions on the spot and offers a perspective that audience members take personal responsibility for their lives, live boldly and in line with their passions.”
— Ella Simms