Savi Sabet’s Workshop at Disney World

When I was asked to join the Star Wars community, I knew that my days as a kid would be better spent learning about other aspects of Star Wars rather than practicing the swinging of lightsabers. In my opinion, if you spend more time on the authentic stuff than you do the fictional stuff, you’ll come out a much more knowledgeable individual who can appreciate it for what it is and not just take it for granted. One way that I was able to accomplish this goal was by taking a trip to the San Diego Sushi restaurant located in the La Jolla Cove and by visiting the actual Yoda statue at the Gas Lamp District. By visiting the actual location of the legendary Jedi master, I was able to see first hand, what it was like to savi’s workshop tips with Yoda, and from that place, I was able to formulate some great reservation system for my own Home Study courses.

A Review of Savi’s Workshop

The first reservation system that I worked out involved having two guests arrive early to the Home Study Course location, so that each could go through the Lightsaber demo and have their picture taken. Once they were through, we had them sign a piece of paper that would be used to confirm their attendance for the next session. After making sure that everyone got a copy of the paper, we then had them meet one at a time and start talking. This way, the voice of the master of the Jedi could actually be heard and it allowed me to develop a very good set of core beliefs that would carry over to my personal life and the classes I would teach in the future.

By following this same strategy, I was able to end up with the best reservation system for any Disney World or Disneyland Attraction. Whether it be for dining reservations or for utilizing the various light sabers at Disney World, we had a great system that allowed people to feel like they were a part of a unique reservation process, even though they did not have to be. For the upcoming seasons, I plan to continue using this same strategy in order to encourage guest participation and preserve the Magic Kingdom’s unique magic. I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.

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