Stories From the Outside Inn - A Story Telling Workshop
with Doug O’Brien and Nick Kemp
03/08/2014 – 03/09/2014
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
META Center New York 214 West 29th Street New York, New York 10001
Unleash your inner Story Teller! Join Nick Kemp and Doug O’Brien in New York…
as they present their third ever “Stories From the Outside Inn” Seminar in the United States. It will be held on Saturday and Sunday, March 8 & 9, from 9 AM to 5 PM.
This story telling workshop is about how to write and how to deliver good stories effectively. This is a workshop for everyone from Corporate CEOs to Kindergarten teachers. This is a workshop for presenters, public speakers, therapists, salesmen, networkers and entertainers.
This workshop will help anybody get better at what they do because it will help you be a more effective communicator. It is fun. It is action packed. It is multi-media and chock full of invaluable learning and experience.
Learn what others are saying about the workshop in this video here:
This is Nick Kemp’s favorite class to teach of all the classes he does world over.
Sign up for out New York City class now!
This is some of what will be included in the full weekend:
• The language of storytelling in change work
• The power of voice and tonality in exquisite communication
• Creating and using metaphors
• Neo Ericksonian language patterning
• Proven strategies to create an excellent recording and much more…
Nick Kemp Biography
Nick Kemp first became interested in personal development in the late 1970s which led him to explore the work of Milton Erickson and others who were primary influences on the creators of NLP including Frank Farrelly.
Provocative Therapy & Provocative Change Works™
In 2004 he first met Frank Farrelly and spent three years intensively studying Provocative Therapy to become a Farrelly endorsed Provocative Therapy trainer having attended many of his trainings as well as having hundreds of hours of one to one contact with him discussing this approach. With Frank’s permission, Nick set up “The Association for Provocative Therapy” as an international resource for teaching classic Provocative Therapy, see www.provocativetherapy.eu
By 2004 Nick began presenting NLP workshops in the UK as well as writing numerous articles for a number of international magazines. In 2005 he set up NLPMP3.com as a universal free NLP resource which reflects views from all schools of NLP to promote healthy NLP debate and discussion. In 2006 he was invited as a guest on BBC Radio and for a 26 week period worked with phobics live on the radio for an hour each week, curing all the phobics who volunteered as clients for these sessions. In 2007 he released a DVD of his "Provocative Change Works™" approach which had commentary and an introduction from Frank Farrelly himself. Frank Farrelly has been pivotal in developing Nick’s work and a great source of inspiration and encouragement:
In 2011 Nick was approached to contribute a chapter on my PCW approach to "Innovations in NLP for challenging Times" a collection of writings from international trainers, practitioners and developers.
"You are totally disarming and beyond formalisation. There is ease and naturalness about you and you make people relax really quickly. You got the power man!"
"Go to Nick Kemp's websites, and there he talks about PT in funny informative ways; you'll find his work ... using PT mixed with NLP and Hypnosis quite a blend and Enlightening!!"
Nick is currently working with Steve Andreas to formally write up some of the exercises he created for working with clients. Nick is an advisory board member for the internationally recognized Association for NLP which promotes standards in NLP. In 2013 Nick was invited and accepted an invitation to be on the advisory board for the NLP Research and Recognition Project. He regularly runs trainings on his Provocative Change Works approach in the USA, Asia and Europe as well as in house business trainings. Details can be found at www.nickkemptraning.com.
About Doug O’Brien
Doug O’Brien is a Master Practitioner and Trainer of NLP, and a Certified Hypnotherapist. In 1988, while assisting at NLP and NAC training seminars with Anthony Robbins, Doug achieved the designation of Master Trainer. He now conducts numerous seminars of his own around the globe (specializing in the “Sleight of Mouth” patterns of Robert Dilts, NLP Certification Courses, and Ericksonian Hypnotherapy) and helped found Columbia-Presbyterian’s Department of Complementary Medicine.
There are only a handful of people in the country whom I have personally trained and am totally confident in recommending. Doug O’Brien is one of these few.
Anthony Robbins, Author of “Unlimited Power” and “Awaken the Giant Within”
I Highly recommend Doug O’Brien of Doug O’Brien and Associates. He is continually updating and training with the most up-to-date skills I have developed.
Richard Bandler, Co-creator of NLP, Author of "Using Your Brain for a Change" and dozens of other NLP books
I have known Doug O’Brien for many years and have been consistently impressed with his skill and integrity. Doug is one of the rare teachers who is able to integrate NLP and Ericksonian hypnosis, so that students develop both conscious and unconscious competence. I confidently endorse him as a trainer, and as a person.
Robert Dilts, Co-Developer of NLP and Author of NLP Vol 1.
I especially enjoy Doug’s sense of humor – how he combines compassion with a lighthearted spirit. He sees the bigger picture of life, and focuses not on problems, but on solutions. Doug not only gets results, but everyone has a good time getting them.
Dan Millman, Author of “Way of the Peaceful Warrior” and “No Ordinary Moments”
Since dropping out of the teaching game I had really gotten out of touch. It was nice to see someone like Doug in action. The Hypno-biz is passing into good hands.
Dr. Steven Heller, Author of “Monsters and Magical Sticks”
Impeccable professional expertise and integrity… Rarely have I seen a teacher or trainer consistently demonstrate a caring that is equal to his skill as Doug O’Brien.
Dr. Robert Bays, Author of The “Five Lessons of Relationship”