Are you ready to live your dreams?

What do you want to achieve in the next 3 years?

Arrive as who you will be 3 years from now.

Dress in your very best. Speak only in the present tense the entire evening, as if it were already 2020, all your goals have been achieved, and all your dreams have already come true.

Bring props to show everyone what you’ve achieved in the years between, such as; best-selling books you’ve written, magazine covers you’ve been on, awards you’ve won, business cards with your ideal job title, arrive driving the car of your dreams, or even bring a scrapbook of your achievements.

Get Creative – This is Your Future Life

Throughout the evening, you will have the opportunity to applaud others in their achievements and to receive congratulations on your accomplishments.

By attending, you will be driving all your goals deep into your subconscious mind by living them as if they were real. Over the next few weeks and months, you’ll get ideas, hunches, start seeing new opportunities, and you’ll have the motivation to take action towards your dream life.

Donations accepted at the door to provide Vitamin D and Wellness Educational Events to people living with chronic illnesses in Southeast Wisconsin.

Come Live Your 2020 Vision Party

Saturday, May 20th, 2017
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

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Trailer Created for the Previous January 2015 Event

Jack Canfield Helps Our Founder Achieve His First Big Goal Since the January 2015 Event (21 months later)

Jack Canfield and Lucas Robak

Our Founder Received This Video From Bob Proctor (26 Months Later)

Do Something Your Future Self will Thank You for!
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Who the Event Benefits:

Your Future Self!!

As well as…

People living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in Southeast Wisconsin will receive bottles of Vitamin D because you decided to take action on your future!

MS is an unpredictable and disabling disease which interrupts the connection between the brain and body.

Maintaining adequate levels of Vitamin D may have a protective effect and lower the risk of developing MS. For people who already have MS, Vitamin D lessens the frequency and severity of their symptoms, flare ups, and exacerbations.

Vitamin D may be a cheap monthly expense for those who are working full-time, but what about those who are on disability?