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January 19, 2021 61 min

Steve D. Sims, the man who Forbes and Entrepreneur magazines call, "The Real-Life Wizard of Oz," and author of "Bluefishing: The Art of Making Things Happen," talks about the finer points of his craft including some trade secrets not even revealed in his book.

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Steve started as a bricklayer/biker from the tenements of East London. The grinding work taught him life lessons for sure, but in a pivotal moment of clarity, he decided he was capable of more. So he abandoned the family trade and moved to Hong Kong, beginning the process of discovering what he was truly meant to do.

Decades later, Steve Sims is known as the original Bluefisher, the man who makes things happen. An exclusive concierge for uncompromising individuals, his passion is for making big dreams come true. Whether you want to sing live on stage with your favorite rock stars like Journey, be serenaded by Andrea Bocelli, or hang with Elton John at his Oscar party, Steve can get it done.

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