International Speaker & Author, Kevin Kelly coming to Horse & Jockey

Xceptionalize – Be prepared to be “stirred and shaken”

Kevin Kelly, a human behaviour expert who walks the path of his philosophies will deliver a motivational workshop on Tuesday evening 9 April at 6.30pm at the Horse & Jockey Hotel, Thurles.   Kevin is a passionate advocate of the need to have authentic relationships as the foundation for your business.  Kevin has published a number of titles including:  ‘How? When you don’t know how’,  ‘Life- a trip towards Trust’ (Kevin penned his life story which highlights the magic of knowing and trusting your intuition);  and a  graphic novel ‘Xceptionalize’ – success secrets for students. It aims to show the way in terms of imparting emotional intelligence skills to the most vulnerable demographic – early teenagers.   His book ‘Basics before Buzz’ inspires businesses owner/managers to return to the basics and focus on the three key drivers – you, the entrepreneur, your employees and customers. Kevin is clear that there is much simplicity in the so called complexity of running a business and is reflected in the workshop content:-



  • Market overview.

  • Key distinctions.

  • An exceptional execution focus – the key to profitability and breakthrough.

  • Assumptions about human behaviour – by understanding our internal and external customers, we can exponentially improve our rapport/sales/negotiating ability.

  • How to cut through the clutter?

  • Crossing the bridge from inaction to action – the first steps.

Kevin has a very distinctive delivery Style – inspirational, interactive and informational and is confident that by identifying and mirroring off their past success strategies, he will empower participants with a new sense of self belief, the breakthrough in thinking required for success today.

The workshop has been organised by the Tipperary North County Enterprise Board in conjunction with Thurles Chamber.  Admission is Free, however prior booking essential.  For more information contact 067-33086 or visit

County and City Enterprise Boards are funded by the Irish Government and by the European Union

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