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Who we are

For some, life has become dull and underwhelming: days are spent in an endless paperwork factory, and nights are filled vacantly sitting in the glow of a television that grows less and less entertaining. Life just seems to meander forward as dreams fall to the wayside.

For others, life is explosive! Everything seems to lead toward excitement and fun. Their days are filled with work that challenges and excites them, and their nights echo laughter and deepen relationships.

Our mission is to lead people to this Wowful lifestyle where dreams are fulfilled, work is engaging, and relationships blossom with depth and overflow with happiness. We show people how to reach this potential through seminars and workshops that show them how to become fulfilled at work, at home, in health, and in personal development.

Lead Creator

Oliver Stone

David Bishop


David has brought the message of a better life to universities, Fortune 500 campuses, churches, and clubs across the country.

#MyLifesWhy - Why Do You Do What You Do?

  • Pat

    It’s a means to provide for my family, and I just happen to like what I’m doing.

    Pat
  • Steve

    I enjoy finding ways to simplify complexity and help others to reach their potential.

    Steve
  • Mark

    Why? Why Not?! Life is too short. Whenever there has been something I wanted to do, I did it.

    Mark
  • Jimmy

    To be happy. I do the things I do because I find fulfillment in them.

    Jimmy

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