“Helping you speak with
Clarity, Consistency, Confidence”

"I couldn’t have done it without your constant reassurance. I feel wonderful and like I can take on anything now!"

- Jessica L.

Authentic, Insightful, Inventive and Purposeful

Creative Outlet Group

Creative Outlet Group is dedicated to being Authentic, Insightful, Inventive and Purposeful. We use all tools and strategies available - both creative and pragmatic - to help leaders solve problems, gain clarity and get answers.

QUOTE: On why he thinks the right business coach can be a company’s most valuable asset, Google’s former chairman, Eric Schmidt said, “Every famous athlete, every famous performer has somebody who’s a coach. Somebody who can watch what they’re doing and say, ‘Is that what you really mean? Did you really do that?’

They (the coach) can give perspective. The one thing people are never good at is seeing themselves as others see them. A coach really, really helps.”


Mike Mason

Founder - Creative Outlet Group

Community Leader. Public or Non-Profit Sector.

Public Speech Coaching

Do you want clarity and most importantly - CONFIDENCE - with your messaging?

Working together, you will gain poise, certitude and conviction in your deliverables.

Short or lengthy, your messages will be “on point”.

I have coached countless people who - through a few easy steps - went from absolute Public Speaking novices to boisterous ovation recipients.

See your therapist to get over your fear of heights, bugs and clowns. For your fear of Public Speaking, however? You got this and I will show you how.

Creative Outlet Group


  • We believe in limitless, not limited
  • We believe in potentials and possibilities
  • We believe that failure is a verb, not a noun
  • We believe that it only hurts if there is a target
  • We believe that everyone has the ability to tap their genius.
  • We believe in Benjamin Franklin's "Never confuse motion with action" adage.
Customized to Your Needs

Services & Pricing

Our time together can be face to face, phone or via Zoom. What works for you?

Although many clients like to schedule several sessions at a time, others may want to go one at a time. That’s fine.

Services and scheduling are customized for your needs. Please contact me to discuss.

Note: Available for hire to publicly speak on the following topics:
Sales, Business Management, Goals, Motivation, Fatherhood & Childhood Trauma.

Please contact us to discuss.

Creative Outlet Group


  • Topic: If you are presenting on a topic, there is a really good chance you were selected or chose to do so for a reason...you likely know your stuff! No matter, brush up on it. Ensure you have current information or data as well as relevant anecdotes to share. We have more information available to us now than ever before in recorded history. Use it to your advantage and assume that at least some of your audience is doing the same. This means being prepared to answer questions as well.
  • Audience: Knowing who you are speaking to is essential. A business CEO will likely be addressing his or her staff differently than their company’s consumers…and differently so than their board of directors. As a matter of fact, the content of the presentation should not be completed until you know as much about your audience as possible.
  • Style: What speaking style do you want to convey? Do you want to be an authority on the topic, or do you want to seem to have a connective conversation with your audience? Will you use notes or will you have the speech memorized. HOW you choose to speak to your audience will have as much of an impact on your audience as will the content of your speech.
  • Environment: Find out what the facility you will be speaking in is like. Is it a stage with a 200-member seated audience or will it be a conference room with an audience of a dozen? The way you deliver your presentation will be affected by the place you are delivering it. For instance, in front of a large, seated audience, showmanship can be appropriate, but bringing that same showmanship to a small audience board room may be inappropriate.
  • Rehearse: While practicing is crucial, rehearsing in front of a live audience (even if it is only an audience of ONE) will give you an edge. Watch their reactions and listen to their feedback. When possible, rehearse in front of differing audiences. One caveat: do not be surprised if you get feedback that contradict each other. One person may think an anecdote of yours was not suitable, while another may laud it as “perfect”. Ultimately, YOU must decide the content.

"Mike has a keen intellect, strong communication skills, an inquiring mind and a generous heart. I would not hesitate to recommend Mike to anyone in need of his service."

- Patsy WH, PhD

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