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It is said, that film producer and innovator, Walt Disney used to think-up and refine ideas by breaking the process into three distinct chunks. The dreamer, the realist, and the spoiler (or critic).

This stage was for fantasizing. Creating the most fantastic and absurd ideas as possible. No filter. Just wonderful, raw ideas. This stage was about “why not?”

As the Realist, the Dreamer ideas would be re-examined, and re-worked into something more practical. It wasn’t about the reasons it could not be achieved, but only about it could be done. This stage is about “how?”

It is said, that film producer and innovator, Walt Disney used to think-up and refine ideas by breaking the process into three distinct chunks. The dreamer, the realist, and the spoiler (or critic).

This stage was for fantasizing. Creating the most fantastic and absurd ideas as possible. No filter. Just wonderful, raw ideas. This stage was about “why not?”

As the Realist, the Dreamer ideas would be re-examined, and re-worked into something more practical. It wasn’t about the reasons it could not be achieved, but only about it could be done. This stage is about “how?”

Disney | ABC Television Group’s (DATG) Creative Talent Development programs are instrumental in identifying and developing creative talent with multicultural voices and perspectives. These innovative programs have launched the careers of many industry professionals, including: writers such as Veena Sud ( The Killing, Cold Case ), Saladin K. Patterson ( Big Bang Theory , Frasier ), George Mastras ( Breaking Bad ) and Peter Murrieta ( Cristela, Wizards of Waverly Place ); and directors such as Seith Mann ( The Walking Dead, Homeland ), Zetna Fuentes ( Jane the Virgin, Switched at Birth ) and Nzingha Stewart ( The Fosters, Pretty Little Liars ).

Essential to our programs’ success is the support of network and studio creative executives as well as supportive production teams from series such as ABC’s American Crime, Grey’s Anatomy, Dr. Ken, Once Upon A Time , Scandal and The Goldbergs ; Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars, Stitchers and The Fosters ; and Disney Channel’s KC Undercover, Mech-X4 and Liv and Maddie .

The Writing Program introduced me to a number of fantastic writers and executives. The Creative Talent Development team guided me while I was in the program and they have become invaluable mentors. This program jump-started my writing career, and it continues to impact my career in a positive way.

It is said, that film producer and innovator, Walt Disney used to think-up and refine ideas by breaking the process into three distinct chunks. The dreamer, the realist, and the spoiler (or critic).

This stage was for fantasizing. Creating the most fantastic and absurd ideas as possible. No filter. Just wonderful, raw ideas. This stage was about “why not?”

As the Realist, the Dreamer ideas would be re-examined, and re-worked into something more practical. It wasn’t about the reasons it could not be achieved, but only about it could be done. This stage is about “how?”

Disney | ABC Television Group’s (DATG) Creative Talent Development programs are instrumental in identifying and developing creative talent with multicultural voices and perspectives. These innovative programs have launched the careers of many industry professionals, including: writers such as Veena Sud ( The Killing, Cold Case ), Saladin K. Patterson ( Big Bang Theory , Frasier ), George Mastras ( Breaking Bad ) and Peter Murrieta ( Cristela, Wizards of Waverly Place ); and directors such as Seith Mann ( The Walking Dead, Homeland ), Zetna Fuentes ( Jane the Virgin, Switched at Birth ) and Nzingha Stewart ( The Fosters, Pretty Little Liars ).

Essential to our programs’ success is the support of network and studio creative executives as well as supportive production teams from series such as ABC’s American Crime, Grey’s Anatomy, Dr. Ken, Once Upon A Time , Scandal and The Goldbergs ; Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars, Stitchers and The Fosters ; and Disney Channel’s KC Undercover, Mech-X4 and Liv and Maddie .

The Writing Program introduced me to a number of fantastic writers and executives. The Creative Talent Development team guided me while I was in the program and they have become invaluable mentors. This program jump-started my writing career, and it continues to impact my career in a positive way.

At D23 on Saturday, Disney announced that it's making an augmented reality headset with help from hardware manufacturer Lenovo. It's designed specifically with Star Wars experiences in mind.

During its Level Up video game panel, Disney revealed the headset alongside some footage from minigames and experiences it's making for it. Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, as the collection is called, includes holochess and, as you might expect, a game that lets you wield a lightsaber. Check out the reveal video above.

There's no word yet on when the headset will launch, but you can keep an eye on its website here . You can also sign up there for more information from Disney on how to try it out.

It is said, that film producer and innovator, Walt Disney used to think-up and refine ideas by breaking the process into three distinct chunks. The dreamer, the realist, and the spoiler (or critic).

This stage was for fantasizing. Creating the most fantastic and absurd ideas as possible. No filter. Just wonderful, raw ideas. This stage was about “why not?”

As the Realist, the Dreamer ideas would be re-examined, and re-worked into something more practical. It wasn’t about the reasons it could not be achieved, but only about it could be done. This stage is about “how?”

Disney | ABC Television Group’s (DATG) Creative Talent Development programs are instrumental in identifying and developing creative talent with multicultural voices and perspectives. These innovative programs have launched the careers of many industry professionals, including: writers such as Veena Sud ( The Killing, Cold Case ), Saladin K. Patterson ( Big Bang Theory , Frasier ), George Mastras ( Breaking Bad ) and Peter Murrieta ( Cristela, Wizards of Waverly Place ); and directors such as Seith Mann ( The Walking Dead, Homeland ), Zetna Fuentes ( Jane the Virgin, Switched at Birth ) and Nzingha Stewart ( The Fosters, Pretty Little Liars ).

Essential to our programs’ success is the support of network and studio creative executives as well as supportive production teams from series such as ABC’s American Crime, Grey’s Anatomy, Dr. Ken, Once Upon A Time , Scandal and The Goldbergs ; Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars, Stitchers and The Fosters ; and Disney Channel’s KC Undercover, Mech-X4 and Liv and Maddie .

The Writing Program introduced me to a number of fantastic writers and executives. The Creative Talent Development team guided me while I was in the program and they have become invaluable mentors. This program jump-started my writing career, and it continues to impact my career in a positive way.

At D23 on Saturday, Disney announced that it's making an augmented reality headset with help from hardware manufacturer Lenovo. It's designed specifically with Star Wars experiences in mind.

During its Level Up video game panel, Disney revealed the headset alongside some footage from minigames and experiences it's making for it. Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, as the collection is called, includes holochess and, as you might expect, a game that lets you wield a lightsaber. Check out the reveal video above.

There's no word yet on when the headset will launch, but you can keep an eye on its website here . You can also sign up there for more information from Disney on how to try it out.

Recently, we introduced a number of methods and tools to fuel innovation and creativity inside organizations through creative thinking and brainstorming such as Lego Serious Play , De Bono Six Thinking Hats and Reversed Brainstorming . Disney’s Creative Strategy is another tool for creative thinking and was inspired by Walt Disney.

He was talented in discovering creative ideas and converting them into reality. Based on a close associate, he used to say “There were actually three different Walts: the dreamer, the realist, and the spoiler. You never knew which one was coming to the meeting.”

Walt Disney’s strategy was highlighted and modeled later in 1994 by NLP expert Robert Dilts. He defined the technique as Disney’s method for turning his dream into reality. In this method, the group of people use a specific thinking flow which builds parallel thinking that can be used to generate, evaluate, critique ideas and solve problems.


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