What: You're invited to join the Third Draft's "Think-Tank." We gather to develop a curriculum being introduced as a tool to bridge the gap between what we consider "education" and realities of the world. The long-term goal is to develop a class where younger people would get the opportunity to develop skills that would reinvent the concept of "life-skills" and take it nationwide. How: We put the elements of entrepreneurism in plain sight, extract business, and use everything left to develop a winner's character. Items of study involve people and communication skills, reading body language, public speaking, facing fears, fiscal knowledge, economic basics, problem solving exercises, and things like how to create a plan. The foundation is not about business. It's about learning how to make things happen by adopting the psychological side of entrepreneurism. Why: Because when something is broken, people who have the ability to fix it also have the responsibility to do so. This is an opportunity to be part of something significant. ____________________________________ Your Host: "The Third Draft" is an organization developing an advanced educational system anyone can benefit from. Adults would pay a fee to attend, which develops a "self-funded" non-profit with no dependency on grants or donations. Younger people are invited to participate at no cost. The Think-Tank's Objective: Column "A" has a topic of interest (eg; The power of focus) which would be worth more if it went from a discussion or lecture to an engaging exercise. Engagement offers retention and ability to apply what you learned. When that happens to a topic, the item goes to column "B" and we move on to the next one. (We're creating ways to make lessons engaging) Your Benefit: Participants get the opportunity to associate with fellow creative thinkers, get exposure to advanced success principles, and create something future generations can benefit from. Bonus: Go home knowing you're making a difference!