xIt was my first time attending an NLP Leadership Summit. I only knew five people out of thirty, one being my husband/business partner, Steven Leeds. As I listened to the participants introduce themselves, all of whom had been involved in NLP for at least 15 years in the areas of training, research, writing and/or innovation, I was very impressed. I liked being part of an interesting and exciting group of NLPers who like me had made NLP their life.
Michael Hall and Heidi Heron, who organized the summit, seamlessly provided a unifying structure for the three days. Sitting in a circle we discussed varied topics related to NLP, its past, present and most importantly, its future. There were three tables for break out groups of ten. When breakin