When Carlos Wizard was 12 years old he started learning English with American missionaries in Brazil. At age 17 he arrived in New York with 100 dollars in the pocket to continue study English. In the USA he worked in a restaurant washing dishes to sustain himself. At age 30 he graduated from Brigham Young university in Utah. He got his first job and after a few months he was fired. Anybody who saw his resume at that time, could say that this young man was born to fail in life.
Thirty years later Carlos Wizard is part of Forbes billionaire list. His investments range from education to sports. From a large chain of natural products to a chain of fast food. From the biggest company of fintech in Latin America to the sales of cosmetics door-to-door. He has business operations in Brazil, USA and China.
This week Carlos will arrive in China to launch his new book Dreams have no limits, published by Qinghua university press. The introduction of the book was written by his friend Yu Minhong. Carlos is called the Brazilian Yu Minhong in his country because he built the largest chain of English schools in Brazil.
During his visit to our country he will lecture to students and businessmen in Beijing, Nanchang, Yichun, Wenzhou and Shanghai speaking fluent mandarin. Carlos loves Chinese people, chinese culture and chinese food. In his book, he shares with readers his chinese dream. He hopes one day to see China host the first soccer world cup.
Two years ago Carlos came to China with soccer player Ronaldo to launch the Ronaldo soccer institute which has thousands of students in many cities in our country. At that time both visited Alisports headquarters. Ronaldo signed a T-shirt of Brazilian national soccer team and gave it to mr. Ma Yun. Next week Carlos will return to visit Alisports in Shanghai to discuss a plan of cooperation between Ronaldo soccer institute and Alisports.
Since Carlos dreams big and usually achieves his dreams, we hope he is right about China hosting its first soccer world cup. According to him “We Chinese people deserve this privilege”.