Jeffrey A. Barnes

Why did Walt Disney build Disneyland? Because Walt Disney wanted one! Can success really be that simple? It can be when you know what you want and you are willing to do what Walt Disney did to build Disneyland.

Disneyland began as Walt Disney’s dream on a park bench one Saturday afternoon. Today, Disneyland and Walt Disney are symbols of success and an example of entrepreneurial leadership around the world. In Jeff Barnes’ The Wisdom of Walt Disney, discover how Walt Disney took action to transform his dream of Disneyland into the concrete reality we still benefit from sixty years later. Disneyland’s story is one every student of success should know.

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About Jeffrey

Jeffrey A. Barnes is an author, professional keynote speaker, higher education administrator, university professor, and leadership/success coach. He has over thirty-five years of professional speaking experience and nearly twenty years experience leading teams in higher education and teaching over twenty different college courses in both the traditional classroom and on-line—including The History of Disneyland at California Baptist University in Riverside, California.

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