Stephen talking in front of 4,000 at the O2 Arena in LondonSince starting his journey Stephen has been willing to share his experience with as many people as possible in the hope that it will influence them positively.

After starting off doing a talk in his own school, impressive outcomes have meant he has been asked to do talks at various other places and it’s spiralled from there. In 2013 he gave over 70 talks in settings that included:

  • O2 Arena to over 4,000 people (pictured)
  • Downing Street
  • National radio
  • High Schools
  • Colleges
  • Primary schools
  • Find Your Sense of Tumour conference
  • Churches
  • International school of Basel
  • Scout associations
  • Health professionals
  • Presentation evenings
  • Rotary Clubs
  • After dinner speaking
  • Businesses
  • And much more!
Just the usual standing ovation

Just the usual standing ovation

In his talks Stephen outlines his own experiences as an example of why we should look forward and be positive. The hard facts of his illness are blended in with humorous anecdotes, which resultantly challenges listeners to make every second count and to enjoy life as much as possible. Audiences are left motivated and are propelled to achieve a new level of happiness.

Beyond basic expenses, Stephen has been prepared to give up his time for absolutely free, or if a standard fee is in place he will always donate this to charity. Stephen would love to share his experiences with everyone, however due to practical and other reasons it is not always possible for him to do this in person- as a result Stephen assesses the efficacy of each request for him to talk on an individual basis. If you would like to book Stephen as a speaker please outline the details of your proposal and message him via the Contact Form found at the bottom of the Get Involved page.

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