VISION VIP Retreat: Approach, encourage, and lead those that challenge your diversity

Do you ever feel awkward around those that are different from you? They may have varying disabilities, be of a different race, or come from another culture.

Let’s open your eyes to see what you should be seeing. You will…

  • CRUSH your inner voice on diversity
  • PINPOINT 3 blindspots that allow you to see the world through a different lens
  • GRAB a vision for 3 goals that matter, not just hitting another number

What would it mean If you could see things that you haven’t been able to see?

– Could you afford that dream vacation with the kids?
– Could you pay off your house?
– Could you retire early?

There are a million sales programs out there. This is designed to make salesPEOPLE better PERSONS. Join us to see what you’ve been missing.


Discovering Blindness – What do others see that you don’t?

  • We will walk you through ways that you can understand that you’re not seeing everything that you should be.
  • What would that mean in your life?

Having Sight to See Through Your Blindspots

  • We will help you to have the courage to admit your blindness.

Attaining a Clearer Vision for Your Life

  • What do you believe?
  • What will you do with what you’ve learned?
  • We’ll teach you a new way to dream

Make this the best year ever.

We will use our unique methodology to allow you to see the results that you know you’re capable of! We can all regain our sight and begin to change the world, one person at a time.

Thursday, January 13, 2022: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST

Friday, January 14, 2022: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST

Saturday, January 15, 2022: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST


No Refunds


Brian Wagner
Brian Wagner



Brian is the founder and CEO of “A Radical Vision.”  His mission is to help people embrace their own personal blindness to achieve a greater vision for their lives. The process takes people from a point of blindness, into sight, and toward a greater vision.
Brian was born and raised in Northwest Ohio as the son of a tomato farmer and the youngest of 10 kids. In 1977, at the age of 10, he was diagnosed with hydrocephalus, a brain malformation. Over the course of the next 33 years, he experienced several instances of medical issues resulting from this diagnosis. On March 4 of 2011, he woke up on the couch and wasn’t able to see. For the next six months, he was blind. Only brain surgery and multiple eye surgeries have allowed a portion of his vision to return.
Since then, Brian has become an author of the semi-autobiography book “Sometimes It DOES Take a Brain Surgeon”.
He uses his experiences to help his audience to improve their lives by teaching them how to see what they are missing as a result of their own blindness.
If there is one word that could sum up what Brian represents, it would have to be “relationships”. He is a staunch advocate for having as many relationships as possible, and leveraging them when necessary and appropriate. He’s never met someone that he didn’t like, and doesn’t hesitate to call anyone his friend.

Register Today! Make 2022 the year that you achieve your goals, and create a clear VISION for your life!