Walt Disney was a small town boy with a dream, just like any other American. However, what

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Walt Disney was a small town boy with a dream, just like any other American. However, what separates Disney from the rest is his creativity, courage, vision, and result-oriented mindset. First, Disney focused closely on his creativity. Disney was always known for his creative characters and stories, but how did this help him be a catalyst for change? He continued to create. Disney’s imagination never stopped and this allowed his company to prosper. Disney made made many Alice shorts, but he eventually grew bored of the combination films with real actors and animated backgrounds. His next idea was Oswald the Rabbit, which was an all animated shorts series. This series was how Disney’s name became recognized widely amongst animators,…show more content…
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was Disney’s first big risk in the animation business that he used to further change the art of animation. He pushed his company and employees to work to their limits. Adding music and the use of the multiplane camera made it possible for Disney’s ideas to come to life. However, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was considered “Disney’s Folly” because no one believed it would be able to hold the attention of audiences. However, even when Disney’s company was expected to fail, he did not give up. He was so worried he would not be able to finish Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, but instead of throwing away his work and company, Disney continued to fight for the finishing of this production. Because of his perseverance and courage to take such a huge leap into animated movie production, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves was a hit. Disney even received an Oscar as a result of the movie’s success. Even with the utmost fear, Disney was able to push through and take the biggest risk out of all animators at the time. His courage to change the art of animation proved him to be a leader in the animation business as well in entertainment altogether. Disney did what no others even attempted and was successful in doing so. Walt Disney’s vision and result-oriented mindset showed to be a very powerful aspect of his character. From a young age, Disney loved drawing and creating and with this he

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