About Aaron

Aaron Tan is a Serial Entrepreneur, International Speaker and Speaker Trainer who empowers others to achieve their full potential through Public Speaking.  Aaron has worked in companies of all sizes in different industries throughout his caree.  This vast range of experience has given him the ability to adapt and develop a flexible approach in building rapport with people of all backgrounds.

Having followed a standardised career path of going to University and then working in a large corporate firm, Aaron always knew that there was something greater for him out there to achieve.  However for 6 years he struggled to identify what this could be, despite rising up the corporate ladder in quick fashion.  Then one day after a conversation with his father, he was offered the opportunity to take over his father’s restaurant.  Without much thought Aaron quickly jumped at the chance.

It wasn’t until Aaron left his job and fully immersed himself in his restaurant that he realised what he had inherited.  Following the passing of Aaron’s mother two years earlier, his father had lost his drive and motivation to maintain the business which experienced a sharp decline in business.  Coupled with this, it was revealed that the manager who was trusted with running the business was stealing a large portion of the takings leaving bills and wages unpaid.  Over the first year he was forced to settle a series of outstanding debts. Undeterred and with minimal cashflow to work with, Aaron was driven to turn the business around.

Within the next 18 months, Aaron had tripled turnover in the business and been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal and lectured at Greenwich University.    Today Aaron has expanded his portfolio to include a photo studio, working in the health sector and as a speaker trainer.

Aaron believes that the key skill which has helped him to achieve all of this in a short period of time has been his ability to speak and communicate effectively with people – be it talking on stage to hundreds of people, or having a one to one conversation over the phone.  Today Aaron helps others with their ability to speak in public as he has found it to be the biggest breakthrough that anybody can experience and help individuals reach their full potential.

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1 month ago

Aaron Tan

In business the thing that holds people back with the most promise is not trying - over thinking the negative consequences thinking what could go wrong instead of what can go right. And yet...how many times do we sit with our friends and hear the phrase "if I were running a business..." or "if it were my business..."

Those who try never say those words, and for good reason.

It is impossible to succeed if you never try.
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1 month ago

Aaron Tan

***SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS***

Everybody wants a shortcut to success - but why? Is it because we are afraid of hard work? There are so many courses on business, relationships, success, fitness, etc which advertise themselves as shortcut strategies. Whilst they are likely to work and have proven successful, in my experience the most effective shortcut is ...consistency. Consistency is key. When you are consistent your customers, your suppliers, your employees begin to trust you and trust is the most important factor in success.
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1 month ago

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One of the biggest reasons why I see successful promising businesses fail is because of ego. When businesses grow very quick confidence often turns to arrogance. It doesn't matter how successful one is, something can always be learned be it in relationships, health, career paths, opportunities and so on. Even in our daily lives we don't stop growing because we get old, we get old because we stop growing. Stay humble, keep open minded and be open to learning. 🙏❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Aaron Tan

So proud to be working with Phoenix School of Languages based in Yeovil. They recently hosted a group of children from China and taught them some basics of the English Language. This school is able to work with international students of ALL abilities at a technical and practical level. Check out the Facebook page below or send me a message to see more about what the school offers olamd how it can help you.The most exciting moments from a fun packed week with our young guests from China 😊😁 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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I was going to do a FB live myself about this (and I may still do one day) and the more I thought about it the more I realised there are A LOT of things which need to be addressed. ***SPOILER ALERT*** some people reading this may find it difficult to accept

Been seeing quite a few FB lives and posts on FB lately saying that Univeristy is a waste of time...for everyone that has posted something along these lines, I still love you but feel there needs to be some areas that need attention.

Having sat through 2 graduation ceremonies this week as a lecturer, the joy in the students' faces and their families really is heart warming. After 3, 4, 5 or 7 years hard work they can now move on to the next stage of their lives. If you get satisfaction of downplaying this achievement and moment in their lives then I wish you all the best in yours, because your energy and focus should be better spent building your own future rather than being concerned with others.

Now the argument some people may bring is a degree doesn't guarantee job so what's the point. The truth of the matter is there are no guarantees in life and a degree increases one's chances to get a job which they want to pursue- it gives them some options. This is no different to any coaching programme or network marketing company or business.

Having been through both university and invested in a coaching programme myself (both of which have been remarkably beneficial to me) the difference between those who are successful and those who aren't isn't down to the knowledge that is taught - rather the degree to which it is implemented and actioned with self learning and awareness .

Don't get me wrong, the content of what is taught at university isn't perfect and can be improved. However the reality is those who say going to University is a waste are those who are trying to sell their own products on exactly the same principle - selling knowledge/strategies to an individual to make a living.

Before anyone invests in Univeristy or any coaching programme, just ask yourself are you realistically going to action and implement what you have learned. Or will you simply make the investment, be "too busy" to implement and then blame it on those who taught you.

Sometimes the truth is hard to accept, but the reality is it's all about action and implementation. Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard.
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COURSES AVAILABLE:

1 Day 1-1 Speaker Training Workshop –

£ 795

3 Day Intensive Speaker Training Course –

£ 1,995

6 Month Coaching –

£ 5,995

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