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The Wizard’s Way is a valuable read for any business person, someone on a personal quest, someone who has an inkling that there’s more, and a person who’s motivated to be better in his work and social life. The book lays a groundwork to explore and own the natural and everyday “magic” we sense is around us.

Tobias Beckwith has collected and collated the secrets of “wizardry” into an organized, entertaining, reflective, and motivating manual. He shares his how-to path on becoming your own Wizard in both professional and personal life. That’s a tall order and the book lives up to the expectations of the reader who wishes to active these goals.

The author relies heavily on examples and interviews with past and present people who’s adopted the wizard’s mantle. Corporate wizards like Steve Jobs, mythical wizards like Merlyn, spiritual wizards like Gandhi, entertainment wizards like Jeff McBride, and wizards of science like Einstein. He examines these and more specific examples and then provides “wizard work” at the end of each chapter to help you work on your own to digest, create, and manifest your personal wizardry.

The book is not, however, dull or pedantic. It is filled with fascinating stories told in an entertaining, intimate, and engrossing manner. Mr. Beckwith makes the sometimes arduous task, of becoming more than we are, accessible and enjoyable.

I’ve spent most of my life aspiring to “wizardry.” Partly as a corporate manager and business trainer, partly as a salesperson, partly as a producer, partly as an actor, and partly as an entertainer combining magic with storytelling. So I’m familiar with the multifaceted wizard’s path. What I’m saying about this book, is that it will help me to accelerate and amplify my personal journey and goals.

Wizardry is not some new-age-woo-woo path, it’s about being the best you can, and giving all you’ve got to your career, work, family and friends, to leave a” magical” legacy behind. I can’t recommend Wizard’s Way highly enough, it’s the most important and engaging non-fiction book I’ve read all year.
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