Recollecting our posts in Google+ over the years - 

Here is a post from our organization on Mr Walt Disney.

It has been 90 years since 1929, and technology has evolved over the years, and we still see the same issues even in this century with imbalances even more prominent now than then. 

What can we learn from history?
As with Mr Tesla and this instance of Mr Disney, it is important to partner with the right investors. Both Mr Edison and Mr Tesla, great inventors, one died pennilessly and the other had significant losses coming from his competition with Tesla over the years that indirectly resulted in the creation of GE. 

#OTD: Dec 15th, 1966 #Walt #Disney died of smoking-related lung cancer at the age of 65.

#Quotes of Walt Disney:
"When you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly and unquestionable"

"I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing — that it was all started by a mouse."

Interesting Facts:

1. This video includes the first Mickey Mouse cartoon with words spoken by Mickey

2. This cartoon was made in 1929

3. Do you know who gave a voice for Mickey Mouse character?

4. Walt Disney named the character, Mortimer Mouse, but changed to Mickey Mouse upon Disney's wife, Lillian's, suggestion

5. Walt Disney was a family man, and he promoted that big time at the workplace until his death.

6. Are stealing products, ideas and talents, new? No.
An investor who invested in Disney's earlier work took over everything when that product became successful, and Walt Disney was left with no job. Out of desperation, and with not many options left after hearing the news, he came up with the Mouse character on his way back from NY, and immediately developed the cartoon with his small, but a reliable team.

7. Walt Disney died in 1966 due to smoking-related lung cancer

Note: Current focus and mantra of the company might not be a reflection of what Walt Disney created, as change is inevitable
We need to understand that endorsing a great innovator and founder is not the same as endorsing a company.
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