One Last Talk – If You Had 15 Mins To Share Your Personal Message?

Heidi Brown from Henley is bringing the One Last Talk to Henley on Wednesday 29 January at the Town Hall. One Last Talk is a global organisation with locally hosted speaking events developed from a book by renowned coach Philip McKernan to help people discover their truth, and then speak it out loud.

You will hear real stories behind the success and hardships of four courageous people. The raw uncensored truth about what mattered in their story to help shape their epic journey.

What is it?

This event is unlike any other event in the world where speakers prepare and share before an audience their One Last Talk. Yes you heard right like it’s their One Last Talk before they leave this planet. We all have stories that shape who we are as individuals. These stories determine how we grow how we learn how we define our WHY and how it unfolds in the world.

What will you get from this event?

You may laugh you may cry and you may even find some “a-ha” moments. The bottom line – YOU will have a deeper understanding of your own truth and how it can guide you moving forward.

Who are the Speakers?

Speakers come from our own community. They are business leaders, educators, athletes, parents, friends, neighbours. And they each have an incredible story to tell stories with themes like redemption resiliency forgiveness hope and love. We do not publish names of speakers ahead of the event.

How does it work?

Four different speakers will have 15 minutes to share their personal message to leave to the world. After each talk the host will ask questions that may uncover insights to incorporate into your own life and get to know the real people behind their stories.

Doors open at 6.30pm and the event starts at 7pm and ends at 9pm.  Tickets are priced £35+ booking fee and can be bought by clicking here.


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