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Daniel Taylor-Lund
NLP Master Practitioner

I was born & bred in East Yorkshire and then studied at Keele University in the Midlands where I attained my BA degree. University life gave me a taste for exploring the world which led to me living and working in Australia for a year before moving to New Zealand for a year.

After two years away I travelled back to the UK via South East Asia. On my return I moved to London, where until June 2021, I lived and worked for 18 years. For the last 16 years my career has been in market research both as a project manager and a director.


I settled in Richmond and enjoyed all that the location and life had to offer. However, like many of us I began to yearn for change. As a result, I began to look at what was important to me and what I wanted to achieve.

I am very much a person who focuses on people and in everything I do, I want people to be happy and be the best version of themselves they can be. This (and the pandemic) led me to train as a Celebrant and to study NLP.

My work as a Celebrant allows me to create ceremonies for people at the most joyous & most challenging times in their lives. It is an honour and a privilege to create and be a part of these ceremonies.

From day one reading more about NLP, I knew that it was for me and having now trained as both a Practitioner and Master Practitioner I have seen the change that I can make to people’s lives which I absolutely love.

My journey so far...

I want everyone to be able to live their best lives. Equipped with a clear vision of what was important to me and what I wanted to achieve me, my husband and our dog, Ziggy, have moved to a life in the sun on the stunning island of Lanzarote.

My new life is 100% due to being able to believe in myself & believe that I could make the changes I so wanted. To be able to take control of my life has been truly transformational for me & those I hold dear.

Being passionate about people and wanting them to achieve their own goals is so important to me.


You only live once. Anything is possible and we all need to invest in ourselves.

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