Listen to one voice for your Walt Disney World vacation

Listen to one voice for your Walt Disney World vacation

by Dad
(The Office)

 




Hi. Dad here with this week's Dad's tip of the week. Last week I talked about wanting to start a conversation around Dad's new book that's coming out in just a couple of weeks. We're getting so close. Dad's Simple Fun Magic Guide to Walt Disney World Planning. Good book. You're going to love it. Trust me.

Dad's Simple Fun Magic Guide to Walt Disney World Planning

Dad's Simple Fun Magic book

In the first section of the book I make a big point, and this is what we talked about last week. It's your vacation, but as part of that I want to ask you a big favor. And I'm just going to read right out of the book. This actually starts,

"It's your vacation. You are going to Walt Disney World.

Your vacation is not going to be like anyone else's Walt Disney World Vacation. Let me say that again. What you experience at Walt Disney World will be different from your neighbor's, your friend's, some random person on the internet, or a book writer will experience.

Let me ask you one big favor. Tune out the world. Don't go looking around the internet for other opinions. When Uncle Jimmy or Aunt Sally tries to tell you what you have to do, don't listen. Just set your Mickey ears to KDAD and get ready for your chance of a lifetime."

Listen to Dad, Trust Dad


Whether you listen to me, whether you listen to somebody else, whether you listen to my buddy Dave Shute at yourfirstvisit or to TouringPlans, Disney Dining, whoever you listen to, pick a voice and listen to them. Don't go looking for other opinions.

You need to pick one voice to listen to our you're just going to get overwhelmed and you're just going to get confused. It's like the old adage "too many cooks spoil the broth".

So that's Dad tip of the week this week. Pick a voice, listen to the voice. Hopefully it's Dad. Alright, see you next week.

Bye bye.

 

 

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