Presentations coach

Keynote speaker

Improviser & storyteller

Writer & editor

Writing

Writer Ryan Millar writes a lot. Plays, features, scripts, short stories, comedy sketches, rap songs and an improv book. There’s also his blog, which contains 15+ years’ worth of thoughts and musings. He divides his writing time between passion projects and freelance work.

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Training

Trainer Ryan Millar has been in the workshop and facilitation game for 20+ years. Drawing heavily on his improv background (and his work as a storyteller and writer), he specializes in helping individuals and businesses find creative ways to improve how they think, interact and perform.

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Coaching

Coach Ryan Millar loves helping people make progress. Whether that’s helping people prepare for presentations or become better public speakers. Or sitting across from someone and unpacking their life goals, the challenges they face, and the attitudes holding them back.

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Upcoming workshops and performances

14 December: Introduction to Storytelling (Online)
Get a handle on how stories work, some hallmarks of effective stories, and how we can use stories to communicate more effectively

22 January: Improv(e) Yourself, Amsterdam
Supercharge your ability to connect, create and contribute, using the magic of an improvisational mindset

8 February: Unlocking Storytelling (Online)
This two-hour session will show you the power of stories and give you a framework so you can be a better storyteller immediately

16 February: Learn to Love Public Speaking, Amsterdam
This one-day workshop will give you the tools to actually learn to enjoy presenting — and deliver with greater impact

22 March: Supercharge your Charisma (Online)
Increase your ability to lead, influence, and make a lasting impression on others and on the world around you

TAKE IT EASY™

Ryan Millar’s TAKE IT EASY™ isn’t about a new way of doing improv, nor is it meant to replace your own style or approach. Instead it’s a mindset that can inform your performance and approach to improvisation.
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Latest thoughts

Writing a book ain’t easy

So... making progress on a book isn't easy. I know this because five years ago when I wrote my first book I got very excited when the manuscript was complete. What then happened was I

Get yourself a swipe file

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Writing makes you a better thinker

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