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ANLP Conference

Of all the years I have been presenting and attending the ANLP conference, April 2017 has to be up there with the best.

Yet if I were pushed to say what made these days stand out from the others I would say it was more of the feel of the event.

Yes it was well organised – plus communication before during and after outstanding; but my enjoyment of these kind of events are more around look, feel and ambiance.

As soon as I entered the hotel conference area I was greeted with smiles and the sight of many happy people milling around. I haven’t really experienced that to the extent where it was present on this occasion.

As a presenter you want people in the room and the right people in the room!

For the first talk of the Saturday morning I wondered whether I would get enough people bothering to climb out of their beds to be immersed in a self development talk at breakfast time.

I felt completely honoured with a group of people that turned up. The amazing quality of listening and speaking that was present in the room made the journey, and my precious time absolutely worthwhile.

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Another great facet of the conference was the quality and diversity of speakers. We had such range as a voice consultant, Rachel Coffey, to provocative therapy coaching with Jaap Hollander – to how to find your purpose in life by yours truly!

Then an amazing party and dinner (awards) ceremony with exulted company and compared excellently by Joe Cheal.

Overall, I liked being there, could be myself and felt like talking and sharing my being with others who attended.

I made some new friends and met up with some old. Amazing to see where people are now to where they were 21 years ago when I took my Practitioner course.

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I’d seriously suggest getting hold of tickets as soon as possible to the next one as you’ll be in for a treat in terms who will be presenting. Many thanks to the organisers who did a remarkable job. Next years details can be found here

Terry Elston
NLP Trainer

Wesley Kew
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