To Boldly Go Where No Sales Coach Has Gone Before
Throughout his career, industry-leading sales coach Doug Dvorak has stressed the importance of levelling up and scaling new heights. As a cancer survivor who has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, you might think there are no heights left for him to scale. You’d be wrong.
In early 2024, Dvorak will complete his own space odyssey as one of the first group of passengers on a World View stratospheric balloon as it passes through the ozone layer to a height of over 100,000 ft above the Grand Canyon.
Throughout the year, World View will provide eight passengers per launch a stratospheric perspective of the Earth that few people have ever seen. Its spaceport locations, in order of projected opening date, include: the Grand Canyon, the Great Barrier Reef, the Serengeti, Aurora Borealis, the Amazon, the Giza Pyramids, and the Great Wall of China.
Dvorak and his fellow travelers will rise nearly 23 miles into the stratosphere under a zero-pressure stratospheric balloon in a pressurized space capsule.
How high is 100,000 feet?
Once they reach an altitude of approximately four times the height of a commercial flight, the passengers will gain a whole new perspective on the beauty and fragility of the Earth.
What will they experience?
While they won’t feel weightlessness, the travelers will get to see the curvature of the planet while surrounded by the darkness of space from a vantage point few have ever experienced.
Why go to the stratosphere?
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for citizen astronauts to see the Earth without borders as it was created. Far from being a typical adventure ride, this will be life-altering for all involved.