Shame Walt didn’t see it

Main Street at Walt Disney World
Walt’s vision was so powerful, his associates “saw it” simply from the way Walt talked about.

Shame Walt didn’t live to see Walt Disney World.

.think .differently

Change what you see and what you see changes.

Consider this…

Walt saw Walt Disney World (WDW) so clearly. Walt saw it better than anyone. That’s the only reason WDW was able to be built.

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Walt Disney can’t believe

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GNP. Highline Trail at Haystack Butte saddle.

Somehow I can’t believe that there are many heights that can’t be scaled by a man who knows the power of making dreams come true.

Walt Disney

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Blessed is the teeth kick

Glacier National Park.
GNP. Rising Sun Motor Inn parking lot with pay phones (lower left)..

All the adversity I’ve had in my life, all the troubles and obstacles, have strengthened me. You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.”

Walt Disney

Every situation, properly perceived, is an opportunity.

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Walt Disney’s apartment

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Each tour participant had this exact photo opportunity.
Paradise Pier hotel welcome/key packet
Welcome packet.

Walt Disney’s apartment is small, about 500 square feet.

Two pull-out sofa beds.

One bathroom with shower.

A small kitchen pantry, no sink, but appliances and cabinets.

Several windows and low ceiling.

Above the Disneyland Fire House.

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Timeless and timely

The past year and the present year.

My friend and Disney legend Marty Skylar told me that Walt had one foot in the past and one foot in the present.

Marty went on to tell me that Walt used the nostalgia and emotional connection of the past as an anchor for his pitch for a crazy idea for the future.

We fondly call this timeless and timely.

Same for us.

We don’t want to be the people who denounced the original automobile concept in favor of a faster horse.

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