Africa Brooke is a globally recognised speaker, consultant, mentor, and writer who specialises in helping people in and out of the public eye move through self-censorship, and other forms of self-sabotage.
About Africa Brooke
Africa’s work takes a close look at the complexity, mess, and glory that is the human experience, and she makes a strong case for why we need to accept discomfort as an essential part of the growth process.
Africa Brooke combines her expertise in developmental coaching and consulting, a big part of her mission is encouraging people to own their thoughts and say what they believe. She offers tools to help people identify their fears, find the strength to overcome them, and activate the confidence to activate mindful expression -even, or perhaps especially, when what they have to say goes against the status quo.
Her widely known ARE (Awareness, Responsibility, Expression) method grew out of her former struggles with addiction, which taught her the importance of facing truths we deny and being willing to risk rejection to become our most authentic selves.
Having first gained recognition in 2016 when she began documenting her arduous journey to sobriety, Africa’s personal story became the motivation she needed to get trained and start a career in personal development.
She’s been a featured guest on ITV, BBC Radio One, BBC Radio 4, BBC Sounds, and notable podcasts including Steven Bartlett’s Diary of a CEO, and The Jordan B Peterson podcast. Africa has delivered keynotes at Cambridge University, consulted, and coached the likes of Universal Music Group, Rolls Royce, Vogue, Levi’s, Sounds True – and written for publications including The Guardian. She hosts a top-rated self-improvement and philosophy podcast, Beyond the Self.
- Cultivating resilience
- Activating courageous leadership
- Overcoming self-sabotage
- How to stop self-censoring
- The power of honest expression
- Rewiring your mind for success
- Courage in the face of discomfort
- Turning ideas into reality
- Fixed mindset to growth mindset
- Mindful expression in the digital age
- From perfectionism to healthy striving