The Dreamer, Walt Disney (Walter Elias Disney) ingredients for success were innovation, curiosity, persistence, excellence, optimism and fun. When things start to plummet, he saw greater opportunities that others don’t see– innovation (putting pictures together and make them move, blending animation and real people in a story or adding music or symphony to the films) and then lead. He believed that one should not worry about anything if one did his best. The most important thing is to ensure that you do well in everything you do and must learn to innovate, to dream.
How great it would be if you had a leader who believes in your strengths and encourages you to persevere. A leader who believes in fun being the catalyst to an excellent output. He will inspire you to stir up the child in you by continuously being curious and not stop searching for an answer; and importantly, to never stop dreaming!
A leader who is humble enough to accept that he can’t do it on his own. Walt was a great leader who believed that he couldn’t make his dream come true just by his own effort but by the effort of the people who dream of the same direction.