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(This is Main Street by Angie, who is working on art goals here on the blog!)
This has been a personal project to blog every day for a school year on goals and dreams. My hope was that I could find a group of people to work with me.
I was lucky enough to find a small, but sincere group of inspirational people to keep me company. We've been using Walt Disney's philosophies or creations as inspiration.
I am no longer blogging daily, but I am notified if comments are posted, and I'll be happy to keep the discussion going! Click_Here_To_See_Projects_In_Progress Click_Here_To_See_Finished_Goals_Or_Projects Post_goal_updates_here Two_Alices_fall_down_a_rabbit_hole_and_land_on_the ir_feet_in_WondORLANDO!
art by A.Daley
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"All I know about money
is that I have to have it to do things. I neither wish nor intend to amass a personal fortune
may worry me, but it does not excite me. Ideas excite me."
Walt Disney Can you fill this quote in with your own words? What might be holding you back from your dreams and goals? Could you find a way to be excited about that barrier?
"All I know about ______ is that I have to have it to do things. I neither wish nor intend to...
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We are coming close the the end of our first month. I'm hoping people are becoming more clear about their projects.
I'd like to post names and projects at the top of the blog so we can easily see who is working on what. If you finish a project before June, you will get a gold star next to your finished project and you can start another.
Should we give a special prize to the one who earns the most gold stars?
Please post in the comments as follows:
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The link above is an article I wrote a while back about Wonder. I hope you like it.
On page 8 of How to Be Like Walt,
Pat Williams quotes Walt Disney as follows:
'People who have worked with me say I am 'innocence in action.' They say I have the unself-consciousness of a child. Maybe I have. I still look at the world with uncontaminated wonder, and with all living things, I have a terrific sympathy. It was the most natural thing in the world for me...
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Remember our book How to Be Like Walt
by Pat Williams? On page 7, Walt Disney's grandson,Walter Disney Miller, says "As a boy in Missouri, my grandpa loved the railroads because they could take you anywhere-to all kinds of unknown places. He never lost his fascination with trains."
It seems as if Walt's mind was always moving to the next project, the next location, the next new idea. Yet, he was able to stick with what was right in front of him long enough to see his projects...
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Walt Disney was an idea man, but he knew how to find good resource people who could carry the idea out.
He also knew how to find people who would support him, motivate him, and advise him.
He basically built a city, filled with the latest technology in robotics (at the time) and added some of the most unique art you can imagine. To do that, he had to take his ideas and add landscapers, architects, excavators, electricians, plumbers...you name it, he needed it!
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