A couple of days ago I returned to Denmark from France. Meeting with people interested in LEGO SERIOUS PLAY . They had “found out about LSP on the internet”. I love that! It is always extremely wonderful “to be found”. On the plane home I was contemplating: There is still lots of work ahead of us spreading the word about this amazing method. BUT at the same time I was thinking: – It is rather fantastic what 11 years (and lots of work) have done. – I have been lucky enough to be there from the start (when LSP was a “test set” of bricks in a freezer bag!) and I think it is simply wonderful to “google LEGO SERIOUS PLAY” today – and then see the amount of results popping up!
11 years – we are getting there …..
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