From Recluse to Unstoppable International Speaker with Vicky Martin – 066

Mar 21, 2019

After leaving her job as an auditor and feeling like a helpless victim, Vicky Martin spent four years hiding from the world. Then something happened that gave her the strength to take back control of her life. She switched careers and found her purpose.

That was 19 years ago, when she became a Tattooist. Over the 19 years since she has developed her skills in tattooing to become an industry expert, teacher and international public speaker. She has also spent years studying the mind and its impact on our lives, and today its part of the medical tattooing she teaches, the service she gives clients and her public speaking.

She is passionate about helping people discover their best selves and become Unstoppable and she shares her journey and tips about mindset and speaking on this show.


What we talk about:

  • How to see the positive in bad situations.
  • Why it's important to recognise that the only thing we have control over is our reactions to what happens to us.
  • Why our mindset can be the biggest barrier to success.
  • The advantages to imperfection.
  • How learning to access positive emotions at will can help you become more powerful
  • Why investing in yourself can help with confidence.
  • The powerful and priceless feelings that come from being of service.
  • Why we could be teaching our mind to focus on the things that are sabotaging our success.
  • How the mirror neurons in our mind work.
  • How you can gain freedom from embracing what life throws at you.
  • Why being afraid of failure could be wasting your talent
  • How Vicky coped with her first speaking gig.
  • Why Vicky creates a bespoke presentation for each event
  • The power of stories in speaking

All things Vicky:

The B’Unstoppable Course

Other Resources*:

Black Box Thinking by John Murray

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers

Embracing Uncertainty by Susan Jeffers

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