Connecting with people is one of my greatest gifts and passions. I’ve spent hundreds of hours on stages across the world both as a speaker and as a classically trained singer. All of this has taught me the art of being able to connect with the audience emotionally and leave them motivated to take action now.
Today, I use my own story and thousands of hours of training to give men and women the spark to change their relationship with themselves, what they’ve been through, and what’s coming next.
It’s an honor every time, so I do everything in my power to deliver every time. We’ll spend time together understanding your audience and connecting with your vision, all to curate a talk that lights up everyone who hears it.
Together, we’ll take off the mask most men live behind, and build on the secret strengths, hardest struggles, and deepest secrets of masculinity. Heads up, they’re probably not what you think!
As the saying goes, “your pain has its own intelligence,” and this intelligence is the shadow. It’s created when we reject, deny, or disown parts of ourselves, our pasts, or our true actions.
But your dark side doesn’t have to be your bad side. Join Connor as he breaks down one of the most complex pieces of Jungian psychology into something straightforward, understandable, and truly actionable for your audience.
We all crave a certain degree of freedom, but many of us aren’t even given a roadmap to it, and modern culture tries hard to lead US instead. Let Connor draw out your inner capacity for leading the life you want and heading in the direction you desire.
Connor Beaton Is the founder of ManTalks, an international organization focused on helping men cultivate health, wellness, success, and fulfillment in their lives.
Connor is also an international speaker, host of a top-ranked podcast, and works 1-on-1 with men who are looking to deepen their purpose, radically improve their relationships, and regain confidence.
Since founding ManTalks, Connor has spoken on stage at TEDx, with Lewis Howes, Gary Vaynerchuk, Danielle LaPorte, taken ManTalks to over a dozen cities internationally, and has been featured on platforms like the United Nations, Forbes, Huffington Post, HeForShe, The Good Men Project, CBC and the National Post.