At Seeds of Dreams Institute, we create a positive and unparalleled environment so that our clients can maximize their business results. We have business programs designed for specific fields, namely, Clientologia (customer service) Varejologia (retail), Turismologia (tourism), Guestologia (Marceline Project), a program where we, literally, follow Walt Disney’s footsteps traveling by train, exactly like he did in the 20’s. This program includes visits to his home in Chicago where he was born, Marceline, the little town that inspired Main Street USA in the parks and where Disney lived the best years of his life, Kansas City, where we visit Laugh-o-Grams Studio, Kansas City Art Institute, then the big trip to Hollywood by train in F class, exactly like he did when he wanted to start a new career as a director. In Hollywood, visits to many historic places, and we end up with graduation in Orlando, ending this incredible trip taking a cruise at Disney Cruise Line.
We have 4 different levels in our programs. 1-2 hours presentations; 1 day seminar and/or workshop (Master), 1 week business program in USA (Supreme), and 1 week business program totally customized to each client (Extreme). See picture below.
Positive Psychology, as well as success cases of American companies is the platform for all these programs. Our methodology involves three steps: concepts in the mornings, practice (site visits) in the afternoons, and debrief at night. Our program is intensive and covers over 60 hours of training in a 6-7 day period.
Besides our business programs, in Orlando, we also reach clients all over the world through webinars or seminars. We also have speakers who can deliver our content to any place in the world.
Even though participants visit and study cases of Apple, Walmart, Microsoft, Whole Foods Market, Starbucks, Nordstrom, Louis Vuitton, Cirque du Soleil, Blue Man Group, Universal Studios, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, SeaWorld, Disney’s theme parks, among others, none of these programs are sponsored or associated with any of these great retail and entertainment companies.
“If you think education is expensive, try ignorance”
Derek Bok, Harvard University president (1971-1990)