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The Secret To Making A Difference…

 

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Did you know that Walt Disney died before Disney World in Florida opened?
A reporter interviewed his brother, Roy, when the park opened and said to Roy
“It was unfortunate that Walt did not live to see Disney World built.”
As quick as a flash, his brother replied with
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Now, the secret of making a difference is there is no secret but using your imagination is a great place to start.
Walt was able to create a mental image in his head about what Disney World would look like…
…and we’re sure that when you read the story about Walt Disney, you were able to create a mental image in your head!
These are both examples of
and it would be nearly impossible to make a difference if you can’t imagine what you want to do to help, what it will look like and how it could make a difference.
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Why does this mean anything, though?
Making a difference is one of the main objectives of the SCCO department and we want to be equipped with as many tools as we can to make this happen.
Imagination is one excellent principle we have adopted but there are many more…
Here at SCCO, we have undertaken training called ‘GO MAD‘ which has given us many principles to apply to our work and really make a difference…
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Now, making a difference isn’t about doing something differently or even for the first time.
It’s about being able to have the imagination to build on what already exists.
 By following these top tips provided by our course tutor, Andy, in his video on TED Talks, you could be inspired to follow our lead and work towards making a difference yourself!
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Blog Administrator. Currently ran by co-author Emilia Denis. Emilia has studied Fashion Communication and Promotion at NTU between years 2017 and 2020.

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