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by Derek — Sep 03
Walt Disney was the same way. When he started to put together Snow White, the first full-length animated feature, people thought he was nuts and called it "Walt's Folly." He bet the business on it because he thought it was time, and it paid off. Similarly, when he founded Disneyland 50 years ago, he faced lots of critics, mortgaged EVERYTHING (including his house if I remember correctly) to build it. By the time it opened, they were labeling the weeds because they ran out of money to complete the landscaping. But again, fearless, risk-taker Walt knew it was a good idea, and followed through.

There need to be more Walt's & Steve's out there that know what the public wants and gives it to them.
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