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This week, we have something very interesting. Usually I do the interviews as a single conversation, and then break them up into two episodes. But as you may recall, I interviewed Nate twice. The first time was part 1. The second time was part 2 and this part. So, consider this part 2 of part 2, part 2b, part 3, or whatever you want to call it.
In this episode we back up just a bit into the end part of the previous part of the interview, and then move into talking about an organization that, if you’re a Disney fan, especially of Walt Disney himself and his early years in cartooning, you should definitely learn more about: Thank You Walt Disney. Luckily, Nate tells you a lot about them, and hopefully after you finish hearing him talk about it you’ll want to support the work they’re doing.
Nate talks about:
- Thank You Walt Disney;
- Some touring tips for the parks (with a brief sidebar about Storybook Land Canal Boats, Tom Bricker, and my Storybook Land series on Faith and the Magic Kingdom);
- An answer to the question, “When will WEDWay Radio end?” (sort of);
- What inspires him;
- His advice for you for following your dreams.
- Laura Dickinson has her first solo show coming up in Los Angeles at Rockwell Table and Stage December 10th at 8:00 p.m. To get more details and to buy tickets, go to storiesofthemagic.com/laura2012 and that’ll link you directly to the Facebook event page.
- I have a new book that’s just been published! It’s called Once Upon YOUR Time: 7 Strategies for Gaining Control of Your Time through a Tour of the Magic Kingdom. In it, I use Disneyland as an example giving illustrations of key strategies to help you gain-or re-gain-control of your time. If you’re a Disney fan, especially of Disneyland, and you’re looking for some way to recapture time that seems to constantly slip away, you need this book. It’s available as a paperback book, a Kindle book, and a PDF, depending on your preference. Go to storiesofthemagic.com/time to find out how to get your copy today!
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Music and voiceovers provided by Rick Moyer.