We all know that failure is the first step of successes, but what is happening to people when they fail. We get disappointed, fainted and even people end their life. Is failure that much worth, it's 50:50. In your life if you ever have
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling outlined the importance and the value of failure during the Harvard commencement speech, you know why?
there is nothing to think she is also once a failure A few years after her graduation, her worst nightmares were realized. In her own words,
The Apple was started in a garage with two men.
Years later we all know it as a $2 trillion company with over 137,000 employees.
Steve Jobs was fired from the very first company he began, almost unbelievably.
This made him realize that his passion for his work has exceeded
Bill Gates is a dropout of Harvard. He himself owned a business called Traf-O-Data
The skills and passion for programming made his failure's into a very big software company called Microsoft, and then made himself the world's self made billionaire.
In his own words:
His failures didn't stop him winning the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921. Albert Einstein believed that
He was a Failing in business in 1831, he also suffered from a nervous breakdown in 1836 and also defeated in his run for president in 1856,
Abraham Lincoln was not a stranger to failure and rejection. He refused to stop trying his best.
The above is the quote by retired basketball master Michael Jordan in a Nike advertisement speaks.
It would be an easy opinion that Jordan’s basketball skills are natural talent. In fact, basketball coaches had trouble looking past that Jordan didn’t reach the minimum height.
It was not a one day successes, years of effort, practice, and failure that made him star.
The most influential filmmakers of all time, Steven Spielberg is a famous name. In high school he had very poor grades, he was rejected from the University of Southern California for three times.
While he was in college, he caught
He has directed 51 films and he was rewarded with three Oscars.
Yet today, The genius behind Disney studios is
Vincent Van Gogh
During his lifetime, Vincent
He would never know that he became a hot topic in art classes and his image was
As a paranoid, troubled child,
To deal with unhappiness, he used a tool as drugs and alcohol. For the entire life he felt that. The frustration he felt towards multiple rejections by publishers
These intense emotions were