The Voice of Change : Stewart Pearce

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And there was the word! I was reminded as I spoke with Stewart Pearce how important the voice is, the one sound it has that accesses the very soul of who we are. My Podcast with Stewart Pearce was so enlightening I found myself wanting to ask 1000 questions all at once as he opened my mind to other possibilities. My thirst for the meaning of life was at an all time high. I was drinking it up and loving it! What made it unique was how his own voice made it experiential and spoke to my heart directly – amazing. I captured just a few gems of wisdom from this man, have a listen and enjoy!


Stewart Pearce  is a Master of Voice and Corporate Presentation Coach who liberates the authentic power and presence in the world’s most extraordinary people. As a Master of Voice, Stewart has a reputation for his holistic training of the Actor, within renowned Actor Training Centers throughout the World, – Stewart was Head of Voice at the Webber Douglas Academy between 1980-1997, assisting the pioneering of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre between 1997-2010, as well as consulting on Broadway and in the West End. Stewart has coached world acclaimed actors such as Oscar winning Eddie Redmayne and Mark Rylance, Matthew Goode, Hugh Bonneville of “Downton Abbey”, Simon Callow CBE, Julian Glover, Vanessa Redgrave, Michelle Williams, Minnie Driver, Emilia Clarke, and Gwendoline Christie. Stewart also develops iconic presence for luminaries such as Marianne Williamson, Dame Anita Roddick, Margaret Thatcher, and Diana, Princess of Wales. As a Corporate Coach, Stewart is the “go to” Mentor for senior iconic business people and organizations. Corporations where he has developed leaders and chief executives include Giorgio Armani, L`Oreal, BT, BBC, ITN, Qatar Holdings, World News, McKinsey & Co, Merrill Lynch, WPP, UBS, Nat West, Vidal Sassoon, Redken, McKenzie Boston, The British Government and the LONDON 2012 OLYMPIC Bid.

Stop Doing and Start Being

As the feminine energy rises, we disrupt the ‘doing’ and start to allow the ‘being’. Some of us just feel confused because the ‘doing’ isn’t working like it used to but we are not aware of the alternative. I was encouraged by his words to allow ourselves to be. To let things unfold, to trust ourselves more and in that reflection of trust the world will heal. 

Holding Points

I have always worked with the words ‘blocks’ and ‘how to unlock our blocks’. In my conversation with Stewart he revealed that he doesn’t call it blocks, he calls them holding points. I LOVED that because it tells me that the block is not something that is being done to us, it’s a choice, it’s karmic and it moves.

Start the Flow

As we move into this feminine time, the voice of women emerges out of repression and sends vibrations through our very being. As we tune into our femininity, which is all about flow and allowing, we need to drink more water! Stewart reminded me that we are over 90% water and without our  cells being hydrated, we won’t be able to move into this new evolution of the divine feminine. So drink up!

A Twist of Fate

Stewart is soon to publish his book: The Voice of Change – Diana: The Princess of Wales and it reminded me of a short film I wrote and directed 8 years ago about a women who had a love of Diana and sought to seek strength and solace from her life. I wanted to share it with you.

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