Walt Disney

Born: December 5, 1901, Chicago, US | Successful For: Entrepreneur, Founder of Disney | Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius

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Keys To Walt Disney’s Success Story:

Walt Disney Had The Motivation To Never, Never, Never Give Up:

Failure after failure, Disney did not give up. Even though he failed several times (apparently over 300) which included failing to open a business, and being shut down from newspaper companies because he “lacked artistic integrity”, Walt Disney kept pushing the envelope and consistently pursued what he knew he was capable of doing. Rather than focus on the past, he put his attention to the achievements of the future. This is what made his story such a legendary tale.


Walt Disney Was The Definition Of A Visionary, Always Inspired By The Big Picture:

Walt Disney’s first vision was to create animation, he had the vision for Mickey Mouse and did whatever it took to get the cartoon published; “I only hope that we don’t lose sight of one thing – that it was all started by a mouse.” It then took Walt Disney a whopping 7 years just to plan out Disneyland, whereas most people would have given up after a year, Disney was always inspired by the bigger picture. Once creating the “happiest place on earth,” he did not stop there, he went on to create water parks, motion pictures, hotel resorts, and more. This is what visionaries do they always move towards the bigger picture knowing that the small areas will work themselves out. Walt Disney once said “Animation can explain whatever the mind of man can conceive”.  In other words, the creative genius was always finding ways to express his visions.


Disney Had The Courage To Follow Through, Even When ‘Scared To Death’:

Disney was so courageous and ambitious, that nothing held him back. From the age of 4 he was drawing and selling pictures to his neighbors. Disney was bold enough to drop out of high school to go into something he truly desired, animation, and driven enough to try over and over again until he succeeded. He even admitted to being “scared to death” when he had to face the camera to introduce episodes of the “Disneyland” television series, but that never held him back, he kept pushing forward. Achievers have the courage to do what they want even if it means going against conformity.

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It’s kind of fun to do the impossible”Quote by Walt Disney


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