“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt
I heard recently that Walt Disney, was turned down 302 times before he got financing for his concept of Disneyland. That just amazed me, if you think about it: today Disneyland is one of the most proliferate and successful parks in the world. Yet, it took that many times, 302 times that he was turned down. If it was such a good idea, how come no one could see it? Why didn’t anybody come forth and say, “This is wonderful. We would like to invest.” To the contrary, he was turned down. You see, there are many stories of such folks who persisted despite the odds before they actually achieved success.
Quite interesting. Now, all of these people ended up phenomenally wealthy but sometimes, it’s not about the money. Often, it’s about the concept, principal, the idea, the venture, the journey, that’s what they wanted. So if you find yourself…
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