3 Steps Walt Disney Used to Achieve His Goals
Walt Disney was highly successful. The reason to Walt Disneys successes was the 3 step process to achieving his goals he used when creating cartoons, films and theme parks.
His 3 steps were “Dreamer” “Realist” and “Critic” by thinking about his goal from 3 completely different perspectives he was able to concentrate his effort on goals that would be successful. Disney was known for his creativity and successes, he was the first to create feature length cartoons and the first to build a massive theme parks based on his cartoons, where his staff would interact with children, creating a magical experience.
Step 1 Dreamer
Disney’s first perspective when looking at goal, projects and his ambitions was the dreamer phase.
As a “dreamer” he would step into his creative persona, using all of his innovations, ideas and imagination to think about all possibilities. At this stage he would never criticizes these ideas, rather he would let his creativity suggest random and imaginative thoughts.
From this he would pick an ambitious idea that he liked the sound of – such as creating featured length cartoons
Step 2 Realist
With a creative idea exciting him he would step into the second phase of his goal strategy – realism.
In this stage he would check the reality of his goal. He wouldn’t be swayed by others saying it was impossible, rather he would check his own resources, the required time, the cost, the outcome and everything he required to achieve this goal.
He would plan the required steps, the milestones and list the people he would need to make his dreams come true. This stage was about planning, organization and scheduling
Step 3 Critic
The final stage was to critic his ideas and plan. This was an important stage in the goal strategy, as creative people find it easy to become excited about an idea. The critic was responsible for predicting potential obstacles, difficulties and blind spots. The critic would questions if he had enough resources, time and support.
The critic would point out anything that could possible hinder the project, allowing Disney to find solutions to these problems
Once completed Disney would have a realistic idea and a list of potential barriers to achieving his goal. He would even go one step further and use the same model to get ideas to overcome his barriers.
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