Thursday, July 9, 2009

The First Step

The alarm clock reads 3:49 a.m.

Time to rise and shine this morning in Austin, Texas.

In the midst of a sweltering summer heat wave (are there any other kind?) with an anticipated high temperature of 107 degrees today, the Channel 8 News Team on local television is advising us to check in on relatives and neighbours.

But, its about to get hotter on the outskirts of town.

Sitting here in the hotel room, final preparations are being made to complete a "Checklist For Your Journey of a Thousand Miles". This particular TSB journey was launched June 1, 2009 with a provovative Monday Morning Memo from best-selling author and Wizard Academy chancellor Roy H. Williams.

Located on a 30-acre campus, 20 minutes outside Austin, this non-traditional business school is focused on the study of intuition. In other words, how can you take what talented people like Picasso, Monet, Einstein, Hemingway, Hawking, Spielberg, Springsteen and Dr. Seuss do without thinking and apply it to your own field and circumstances. What you experience at Wizard Academy has the potential to take you places that exist beyond the realm of what you can imagine right now. But, if you are curious to learn more, you can check out what these graduates of the "Magical Worlds Communication Workshop" had to say.

Wizard Academy attracts the most unique people you will ever hope to run into at this summer camp for adult dreamers.

At the "Oceans 11" class in August of 2007, Roland "Buddy" Huthmaker graced us with his prescence and on a later visit, shared his incredible talent with another class.

Those who were there will never forget what it felt like inside Tuscan Hall.

Several years ago, my business partner and friend Darren Sears remarked, "At least once in your life, everyone owes it to themselves to visit Wizard Academy".

Enough said.

We'll update tomorrow.

"Month after month, Wizard Academy equips people who want to make a difference. This is why journalists and scientists and artists and educators and business owners and advertising professionals and ministers are attracted to our little school.

Lives, like money are spent. What are you buying with yours?"


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