Media Coaching

You have put your heart and soul into your work and now it is time to get your work out to the world, and let people know what amazing gifts you have to share!  As a media coach, I work with clients to promote their stuff with heart and soul across all media channels, easily, effectively and with integrity and authenticity. Click here to book

Angel Channelling

You are at a crossroads, unsure about what direction to take, you want to access your own inner guidance, you want to manifest your life’s work and your heart’s desires.  I channel angel guidance to help you to get clarity and understanding about where you are, where you want to go and how to get there. Click here to book

Life Coaching

You have a goal in mind, but you don’t know how to achieve it.  You may be overwhelmed, lacking focus, confused, in need of a plan.  Life coaching can identify what motivates you, what could be holding you back, and will get you on track and firing on all cylinders! Click here to book

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How to get your business famous, with Victoria Mary Clarke

“I would highly recommend Victoria Mary Clarke’s media coaching. Victoria is insightful, supportiveanne-walsh and good at her job. Within a week of signing up to her media Savvy coaching course she had me speaking on RTE radio with Dave Fanning and coverage in the Sunday Independent.  She has a way of picking up on things you say and delving deeper to the important bits. She is very positive and lovely to work with and would recommend if you are looking for new ways to reach out to your customers and connect with them”. 

Anne Walsh, Allergy Lifestyle Ltd

‘Victoria seems almost disappointingly normal and pleasant. She outlined my current, rather pitiful state of mind, and she was so accurate I found myself holding my breath. There were no false promises, if you are looking for sneak previews of tall, dark strangers traveling over water, or any of the usual, you’ll be coming away empMarian Keyesty-handed. Instead, it was more of an incredibly intense advice or counseling session, but one that was steeped in compassion, and had its basis in universal truths. Really, you had to be there. Because the change she wrought on me was due to much more than the effect of mere words. As I left I had no idea whether I really had been in conversation with my own personal angels, but I didn’t care. I remembered all the good things I’d already known but had managed to forget and I felt better than I had in ages-safe and cherished, restored to myself: happy to be the person living my life.’  Marian Keyes, from ‘Under the Duvet’

How to get the attention of the Media

How To Get The Attention Of The Media’ at the Irish Biz Party Inspires conference Dublin, April 2015

How To Make the Media Love You

How do you make a great impression on the media? I get asked this question a lot.  Whether people are about to be interviewed for radio or a podcast, for TV, for a blog or vlog, or for a magazine or newspaper, everyone wants to be successful at making a positive impact and at being talked about in a good way (both on social media and in person) because word of mouth counts for a huge amount of goodwill and can lead to great financial rewards. So how do you do it? Do you have to dress to dazzle? Do you have to tell scintillating, fall on the floor funny anecdotes? Do you have to be really well rehearsed and know your stuff inside out and backwards? Do you need to elongate your vowels and enunciate perfectly? Not necessarily! Of course, all of the above can help.  But believe it or not, the number one thing that will leave people loving you is not any of them! Let me let you in on a secret. The media are human beings, just like you!  And more than anything, as human beings, we long to be liked, noticed, respected, admired and included.  Ask any psychologist, we humans want to matter to other humans! And so the first and most important thing that you can do in a media interview is to remember the human that is interviewing you, and remember to notice, acknowledge and appreciate him or her. George Clooney is the 11th most famous man in the world.  He could afford to be off-hand with people, to be aloof or... read more

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