- Walt Disney famously said that his only bad days in the office were those rare occasions when everyone thought that his latest idea was a good one.
- On those days, Walt went home depressed, and this principle is even truer applied to a philosophy of rational self-interest and earned privilege in prosperity.
- Now, in your practice, most people around you, i.e. your staff, don't approve of things you do or decisions you make or changes you want to implement, and that's good.
- If they did, it would probably be a lousy idea and you would end up depressed because you made that decision.
- If no one's working against you, they think you don't matter.
- Pushback against a new idea is critical to identifying and confirming a good idea.
- New ideas should shake things up and they should make people uncomfortable because they don't share your vision.
- They're not the visionary in your business, you are.
- This is the core essence of Walt Disney's quote. Shake things up and take any resistance as confirmation that you're on the right path.
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