Learn to listen; learn to tell


 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2016 ~ 09:30H -17:00

19 AVENUE DE FRIEDLAND 75008 ~ Paris






Join us and learn how to: 


1) Craft personal stories which will inspire people to scoot in, laugh, think, and listen. 

2) Incorporate the Hero's Journey in your stories.

3) Use plot points to tell a story without knowing it by heart.

4) Incorporate stories into your professional life.

5) Listen actively others - one of the most important skills a storyteller can have. 

6) Rehearse your stories so you will feel prepared, confident, and at ease. 


tell your story

Storytelling is one of the world's oldest joys. Perhaps you remember when you and two old friends shared a coffee late one night.  What about that time a couple in love told you about how they met? Have you ever wondered why some TED speakers have over a million viewers? Everyone tells stories. What stories would you like to tell?


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Space is limited ~ 10 people ~ 150 euro


Want to know more? Please email or text +1.919.949.2113(u.S.) 

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There are only two or three human stories, and they go on repeating themselves as fiercely as if they had never happened before.  ~Willa Cather


Testimonials About James Navé


Julia Cameron, author of The Artist's Way                                                                              James Navé is a passionate traveler and a compassionate companion to those he meets. His work as a poet, storyteller, writer, and exemplar is an important force for change. 

Tony Huston, Academy Award nominee                                                                                   I was struck by the talent around the room and how everyone, including me, experienced creative epiphanies. 

Gail Jackson, Director of Black Mountain Center for the Arts                                              How wonderful it was to have you present Dylan Thomas's “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” here. Your performance of Thomas's story-poem was so warm and expressive, and you had our audience right there with you. The Q&A that followed was all we could ask for! What a treasure you are. Thanks for this great give to our community.   

Patricia Philbin, Content Strategist and Creative Writer, Paris                                           You challenged me to expand the way I approached the story process. What I learned gave me the impetus to publish a book of prose and photography – thank you!

Lynne Burney, LKB Coaching, Paris                                                                                         I am proud to know you and your work, and to experience your talent as a creative generator. You are gracious with your talent and time; I appreciate that enormously.

Julie Miles, Julie Miles Art                                                                                                       You have an uncanny way of placing up a direct, bold, yet compassionate mirror. You asked questions that bent my stories in new directions – thank you.

Robert Curran, Merchant Seaman                                                                                           Your workshop far exceeded my expectations as a fledgling scribbler and storyteller.