As a kid, Boyan had to change schools no less than four times because his family kept moving from place to place across Europe. The diversity of cultures exposed him to various behaviours and belief systems. This sparked a desire to explore personalities and how they formed, as well as study body language and facial expression, from a very young age. This deep interest in psychology was intertwined with studies in International Relations (Birmingham) & Management (LSE, London). His studies taught him that the character and nature of an individual leader or a group of people can impact on a population, a whole nation, or indeed the world. Boyan learned the importance of values & beliefs, framing, words & symbols, and emotions as factors that constantly shape the future on both the global and the individual levels. Early in his studies, he was introduced to the limitless world of NLP. Inevitably, meditation and mindfulness found him on the path of self-discovery, and he soon discovered through his experience that the reality within creates the ‘world-out-there’.