Walt Disney was inspired. No one was more passionate about his vision for Family Entertainment than he was.
And when Walt Disney died in 1966, his brother, Roy O. Disney, had a big decision to make.
Walt Disney and his associates purchased 43-square miles of virgin swamp, pine forest and oak hammock in central Florida. They bought it cheap. Roy Disney could sell it cheap, and just get out of the deal. I mean, the great visionary is gone and the project hadn’t yet begun.
We can all be thankful Roy chose to finish his brother’s vision for EPCOT. Some are sad and say Walt Disney never got to see his vision come to life. Disney fanatics like me say, he saw his vision so clearly, that others could see it and couldn’t help but make it a reality.
A wonderful place where fantasy is real, and reality is fantastic. Like last night when my son and I stopped by the Magic Kingdom, on the way home from the Apple Store, for a Dole Whip and a parade, the Main Street Electrical Parade.
Finding our passion and pursuing our dreams with sheer determination is something we all dream about.
When is the best time to ease off the dreaming and ramp up the doing? It really depends. There’s so much to consider. So much to take into account.
Have you given up?
Eventually, most people give up. I almost did too. Then a small child was born. He changed my life and my purpose. He was and is the catalyst that inspires me to work tirelessly.
Over time, my five daily blogs have slowly, but surely been getting better. It’s funny sometimes, to think that many readers have no idea how hard I work in my professional position with a Fortune 100 company.
All this blogging is extra. Ya with me? Extra. What are you doing that’s extra? That’s hard? That’s difficult? That you love so much you can’t stop?
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Do you let what you can’t do stop you from what you can?