Raz is available for speaking events on Mastering Mental Toughness.

What drives world class performers to be the best in the world elevate their game? Mental toughness, overcoming fears, the ability to adapt to change, determination, and the ability to perform under pressure?

When high performing individuals do their best work under pressure situations it is often called a flow state. The martial arts teaches one how to achieve this high state of performance through its training and principles: discipline, focus, humility,  and perseverance. This centuries long practice prepares individuals not only stay calm under pressure but provides them with great self-awareness and inner peace. All these attributes can help individuals master their emotions and develop the grit to push through mental barriers.

There are lots of parallels between success in business, athletics, and martial arts. As a high level competitor in martial arts, Raz channels the struggles he dealt with in his childhood into motivational stories about resilience. He encourages audiences to take action on practicing emotional mastery daily for life long success.

This speech will inspire you to take action with your life, reduce your stress, filling your life we inner peace. If you are struggling to maintain focus and want to reach your highest potential, he will help guide you in your journey.

Raz is available to speak at conferences, corporate events, annual meetings, sports teams, and schools.


We are confident in recommending Raz Chan as a speaker. His passionate style engages the audience and he is very informative. He relates directly with the audience through shared experiences and provides great advice that had our youth smiling and nodding and learning! I can highly recommend Raz as a speaker and hope I have the opportunity to hear him again.

Andrea Welling
Manager, YMCA of Vancouver

Excellent presentation yesterday. Thank you for sharing and speaking with Federal employees. My colleagues and myself, here in Ottawa, got a lot of great information from yesterday and want to pursue this further.

Wendy M
Well-Being Officer, Government of Canada

Just finished watching your webcast for the federal government employees through the Canada school for the public service. I just wanted to send you a quick thank you note as I found your talk very informative and useful. I’ll start practicing Qigong and tapping soon!

Jonathan Noynay
Government of Canada

Thank you Raz I found your talk very helpful. I will certainly try journaling and visualization among other things. Thanks again

Yvonne M Sharpe
Benefits Delivery Services Branch, Government of Canada

I did indeed find the information helpful and was most interested in: How to approach a handshake so as to ensure the receiving partner is given to understand that we are equal. That a first impression is non-verbally made within 7 seconds; and Where to position one’s eyes depending on the receiving partner. With many thanks and kind regards. 

Alison Forster
HSEQ Superintendent Seaspan Ship Management Ltd.