Fiona Taylor is an author, speaker and coach, coaching more than 40,000 people world-wide to use their most valuable free gift, their voice, to start on their journey of living the life they only ever dreamed of.
Fiona has worked as a both a trainer and a coach writing be-spoke training programmes with voice coaching at the core.
Fiona has worked across many sectors – public, private, finance, education, voluntary, and religious from coordinating international conferences to keynote speaking and delivering workshops.
Fiona won a National Public Speaking competition at age 17, debated at university and delivered her paper at an international speaking conference in Oxford University.
Fiona has been a Director of Women’s Aid ensuring their voice was heard.
“As a how-to guide, this book contains everything you may need to know. Brimming with straightforward strategies anyone can use the 7 ways to overcome the key fears associated with being heard and speaking in public. Anyone who’s ever wanted to be able to speak with confidence can benefit from the down-to-earth knowledge in this book.”
– John Brown, CEO Life Skills, Vice Lord Lieutenant of Lanarkshire
“Here is a powerhouse book of tips, tactics and approaches for using your voice to be heard that simply work. A fantastic book.”
– Marilyn Pierce, Author of Ground Work Before Pound Work
“Powerful, practical and solid advice on being heard and speaking with confidence. Apply Fiona Taylor’s knowledge and you’ll feel much more confident.”
– Berns David Lucanas, Author of Time Is Up!