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Here is the story for this week from the new series of Inspirational and Motivational stories. One of the oldest known forms of communication is story telling. There is something primordial within us that loves stories and their tremendous impact. In this series, we aim to bring you the best of real-life stories that can inspire and motivate you.
Stories always try to teach us something useful. It is one of the best ways of learning from other’s mistakes and avoiding our own. Although each story has its own moral, in the comments section you can share your opinion on the moral of the story. If you are able to see something that others might have missed, you can share it for the benefit of all.
Apart from just reading these awesome stories, you can also share some of the stories that have inspired you. If we find the story appropriate and useful, we will share it with all. More importantly, read these stories every week without a miss, and stay inspired.
So Here is the story for this week – Walt Disney !
Everyone knows who this legend is. But, did you know before Walt Disney was “The Walt Disney”, he had once been fired because his boss thought he lacked imagination and had no good ideas?
We know, it’s crazy to think that he would ever be considered the opposite of what he ended up being so great at.
Fortunately, Walt Disney didn’t listen to his critics, and pressed on to create his own cartoon animation company. Now, just because he pressed on doesn’t mean he hit it big right away. He would go on to experience a few additional failures along the way (along with few small successes), but ultimately, he kept on pressing forward, innovating, and improving on his love for animation.
And, well…he eventually smashed through those doors of success and went on to become the creator of the household name that we’ve all come to know and love.
Truly, every success, at some time or another, has had to learn how to believe in themselves when no one else on this big blue planet is willing to hold the same belief. And the chances are high you’ll have to do the same.
So, when someone tries to halt your vision, just remember good ole Walt Disney. Ignore your critics, believe in yourself, and get yourself back into the game.
What do you think is the moral of the story?