Talk it Out is a human, simple way to develop positive mental well-being. It's not the only answer, but from our experience it can help. It's free, it's easy & it's fun.

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We all know how to look after our bodies by exercising and eating well, but few of us do the same for our minds.

Our brain is a muscle, like any others in our body, that needs to be taken care of. Talk it Out does just that. In just one hour we can gain a clearer perspective on life, who we are and how we are living.

It's the fastest way to process complex situations and gain clarity, energy and inspiration.

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The beauty of Talk It Out is that anyone can use the technique by just following our simple guide.

All you need is a buddy and a place to meet where you can go for a walk, and in just 60 minutes you can both gain a clearer perspective on life and connect more deeply with who you are and how you are living.

It's free, it's easy & it's fun.

Click below to download our simple guide and get talking...

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We’ve set Talk It Out up as a social enterprise so we can use it for the good of people across the planet, and here at Upping Your Elvis we’re putting our time, our money and our energy into making this happen.

But we can’t do this alone, we need your help. By partnering with us, not only will we train your people so you have the capability in-house, but you'll be helping us to reach millions of people so they can feel the benefit of Talk It Out too.

Get in touch today, and let's do something awesome together...

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What People Say...

"I had a clearer perspective on what is important to me in my life and work."

"It felt like a weight had been lifted from my shoulders. I feel calmer and a bit more alive."

"I'm a bit of a cynic to be honest. Talk it Out was more fun than I thought it would be. It felt a bit like a free upbeat therapy session!"

"I have lots of 'friends' but nobody I feel I can truly share with. This gave me the confidence and space to do just that. The walking helped me let go."