Spring ChangeCamp 2014 – Thank You

image courtesy of Patrick Hoesly

image courtesy of Patrick Hoesly

Phew, that’s another ChangeCamp completed. A big thanks to everyone who contributed and took part in a great Spring ChangeCamp 2014. I hope you all had as good a day as I did.

Thank you to everyone who came along to learn and explore the fascinating world of psychological change and who joined in the event so willingly.

Thank you to all the presenters who gave their time and expertise freely. As far as I could tell a lot of people got a lot out of the presentations.

A big thank you to all the people who helped make ChangeCamp happen behind the scenes. Everyone who helped me with the preparation, pitched in on the day to set-up the rooms, and restore them at the end. All the people who helped keep things running through the day at the door and in the hall.

ChangeCamp is a conference on a shoestring, there is no paid help, if it wasn’t for the people who join in and help it just wouldn’t happen. To all of you, and you know who you are, my heartfelt thanks.

I hope you learned a lot on the day, met some lovely people and are looking forward to the next one in October.

Hope to see you there.

Andy

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5 thoughts on “Spring ChangeCamp 2014 – Thank You

  1. Chris

    A massive THANK YOU to you Andy for making Change Camp possible. We all benefit from the experience of coming together & sharing & learning from the ideas & skills generated from the Change Camp community. But it wouldn’t happen without all your coordination & hard work & the amazing support of the volunteers who work so hard behind the scenes.
    Thank You for yet another fantastic day
    Chris @ The Retreat People

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  2. nlpjan2014

    Awesome Andy! And all the presenters and explorers what an amazing and insightful day. Much better and much more fulfilling to shared souls than programming software 🙂 Thank you bro x

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