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SPEAKING

I have spoken at TEDx, and all kinds of events ranging from corporate business conferences to 12 Step Conventions and everything in between.

I speak at conferences and events all over Australia, in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Perth, Darwin, Canberra, and Hobart, as well as regional areas all over Australia, and I also travel internationally to speak at conferences as well.

My most commonly-requested topic to speak at a conference about is change. And more specifically, how we alone are responsible and in charge of our personal change, how we alone are able to rewrite our story and become the very best version of ourselves.

There are three things that generally stop us from being our best:

How we talk to ourselves, about ourselves.

How we allow other people to talk to us.

And how we talk about other people.

Getting audiences to reboot their thinking about these three things is one of the most amazing and transformational work I do. I literally get to see people change who they are, and shed who they don’t want to be anymore, right before my eyes on stage.

I have three main keynote presentations (see below), however most of my speaking clients prefer me to create something bespoke for them and their audience, which I am always happy to do.

WHAT DO AUDIENCES TAKE AWAY FROM ME?

They will learn the importance of, and the power of, storytelling in today’s world, and how to better use their new storytelling skills throughout the life, both in professional as well as personal settings. 

They learn the reasons they haven’t been able to achieve what they have secretly wanted to for a long time, and in some cases, why they have never expected anything better for themselves before at all.

And they leave with a renewed confidence and an ability and desire to back themselves, and a great determination to never be a small version of themselves ever again.

WHY SHOULD YOU BOOK ME TO SPEAK?

Whether it’s a keynote address or as the MC for your event, I bring three important things to every speaking job: preparation (briefing sessions before the event, getting to know you and your attendees), engagement (an entertaining and compelling presentation), and follow-up.

Also, because I have a dedicated agent, all of the administration and communication before, during and after the event, is ensured to be efficient and not confusing. Having worked at one of the countries largest speaker bureaus, and managed many speakers through thousands of speaking engagements, my agent, Carson White, takes care of all of your needs and makes sure that my attendance and performance at your event runs smoothly. 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN MC?

The job of keeping an event or conference on track, on time, managing engagement and entertainment levels of an audience, particularly for a full day or multiple days isn’t an easy one. But sometimes, event organisers don’t give much thought to having a professional MC, hoping the quality of the speakers and content is enough.

Sometimes, it isn’t. 

If you want to see the difference an organised, professional, funny, and engaging MC can make to your event, send me an enquiry.

DO YOU PLAN EVENTS?

If you are putting together an event or conference, I have put together an ebook to help you, reflecting on what I have learned speaking at over 350 conferences to an audience of over 350,000 people in 11 countries. Download your FREE copy here

And if you are someone who plans events, seminars and conferences regularly, I have a page especially designed just for you. CLICK HERE to visit that page now.

Nick has received some of the highest scores and some of the best feedback we’ve ever received from any speaker we’ve ever used. Now, that’s not an easy feat I should point out, we’ve had speakers including Michael E Gerber and Oren Klaff, just to name a few, and Nick has consistently scored higher than anybody.

Entrepreneur and International Speaker, Kerwin Rae.

Nick is one of the most unique, authentic and inspiring speakers we have ever had at our events. The audience had a good mixture of both laughter and tears.

Hancock Creative

Nick knows his stuff and you won’t find a more informed speaker and innovative thinker. I’ve booked Nick to speak at several of my events over the last 4 years, and put simply: Nick rocks! 

Terri Cooper Events

Having worked with Nick on numerous occasions, I can absolutely guarantee that he delivers on his promise. Audiences love him, and I have absolute admiration and respect for his speaking ‘kick-assedness’. Book Nick and every expectation that you have will bed exceeded – and your audience will have a blast.

Entrepreneur, Best Selling Author and International Speaker, Andrew Griffiths.

Easy to listen to. Nick was a real standout. Intelligent, funny, authentic.

Divorce Resource

The best.

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I pride myself on creating bespoke and unique presentations for every conference or event I speak at.

As a motivational speaker, it’s important for me to connect with the audience while I am presenting, and after the presentation, for that same audience to take something away that they wouldn’t have otherwise experienced before I took to the stage.

If I delivered the same keynote address every time I spoke at an event, I think there is a risk for me that I wouldn’t connect with the audience in the most authentic and honest way.

So, even though my presentations largely centre around similar themes: change, personal growth, resilience, determination, self-talk and self-love, and while some of those themes are recurring, every presentation is unique, and tailored specifically for both the client booking me to speak, and the audience they are booking me to inspire and motivate.

These are my 4 most popular presentations, and all of them can be tailored and adapted for your brand, your event, and your audience. 

This was my TEDx talk a few years ago, and something that is still really special for me to present to an audience today. We are constantly told what we should be ashamed of, what we should hide, and what we should never admit out loud. Historically, having a mental illness has been one of those things. In this presentation I, instead, talk about how having a mental illness has been a gift to me, the superpowers it has given me, and the changes I was forced to make in my life because of my illness, that I will always be grateful for. 

This presentation is all about change, and growth, and the things that hold us back (fear, criticism, and wondering ‘am I enough?’) and the things that can propel us forward (focussing on fact, being good at storytelling, and leading with kindness).  It is the perfect balance between business development and the development of people in businesses.
It is, however, just as helpful for audiences that are not business-related. It deals with emotional and important themes.

In 2016, I wrote a book, Reboot Your Thinking, and it became a best-seller. The book is about how I have learnt to change how I think, and developed a new resilience. I have applied this work to my health and fitness, how I live with mental illness and addiction, and how I have gone from being a victim of sexual abuse to being an advocate for others who have been through a similar experience. I happily share the steps that I employ in my life now to be fit, healthy, strong and resilient.

Sometimes it can feel like the world doesn’t want us to change, doesn’t want us to grow, and just wants us to fit in, conform, stay in your lane, and stay small. But honestly, that’s not how you change the world. That’s not even how you change your world. In this presentation, I give audiences five very simple, but very powerful, questions to ask themselves, the answers of which, have helped thousands of people now stop playing small, and start walking tall.

This was my TEDx talk a few years ago, and something that is still really special for me to present to an audience today. We are constantly told what we should be ashamed of, what we should hide, and what we should never admit out loud. Historically, having a mental illness has been one of those things. In this presentation I, instead, talk about how having a mental illness has been a gift to me, the superpowers it has given me, and the changes I was forced to make in my life because of my illness, that I will always be grateful for. 

This presentation is all about change, and growth, and the things that hold us back (fear, criticism, and wondering ‘am I enough?’) and the things that can propel us forward (focussing on fact, being good at storytelling, and leading with kindness).  It is the perfect balance between business development and the development of people in businesses.
It is, however, just as helpful for audiences that are not business-related. It deals with emotional and important themes.

In 2016, I wrote a book, Reboot Your Thinking, and it became a best-seller. The book is about how I have learnt to change how I think, and developed a new resilience. I have applied this work to my health and fitness, how I live with mental illness and addiction, and how I have gone from being a victim of sexual abuse to being an advocate for others who have been through a similar experience. I happily share the steps that I employ in my life now to be fit, healthy, strong and resilient.

Sometimes it can feel like the world doesn’t want us to change, doesn’t want us to grow, and just wants us to fit in, conform, stay in your lane, and stay small. But honestly, that’s not how you change the world. That’s not even how you change your world. In this presentation, I give audiences five very simple, but very powerful, questions to ask themselves, the answers of which, have helped thousands of people now stop playing small, and start walking tall.

SOME OF MY RECENT CLIENTS