Failures of Top 10 famous people which will motivate you

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 an individual who motivates you once you fail, don't ever lose him. Because he is worth able than your successes. 

Here let's examine the best failures of the highest 10 famous peoples. 

J.K. Rowling

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 key to her success was Coming out of this failure stronger and more determined. 

Steve Jobs

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 the frustration. Further NeXT and Pixar took Jobs back to the CEO position at Apple. 

Keep kicking and you'll be a bit like this guy!

Bill Gates

Bill Gates is a dropout of Harvard. He himself owned a business called Traf-O-Data which is extremely big failure. 

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:

“It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.”

Albert Einstein

His failures didn't stop him winning the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921. Albert Einstein believed that

"failure in progress is called Successes”

.” His research has influenced various aspects of life including religion, art, culture and even late night TV. simply because you have not achieved great, doesn’t mean you can’t be an Einstein.

Abraham Lincoln

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. 

On his own words

Lincoln was elected in 1861 as the 16th President of the United States of America. The number of rejection you receive is not a factor. Success is still within your reach. 

Michael Jordan

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. 

Steven Spielberg

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 the attention of executives at Universal, who signed him as a television director in 1969. This meant that he wouldn't finish his college degree for an additional 33 years. Perseverance and acceptance of failure is that the key to success, after all. 

“Even though i buy older, what I do never gets old, and that’s what i feel keeps me hungry.

 He has directed 51 films and he was rewarded with three Oscars. 

Walt Disney

Mickey Mouse creator Walt Disney dropped out of school at a young age in a failed attempt at joining the army. One of his earlier ventures, Laugh-o-Gram Studios, went bankrupt due to his lack of ability to run a successful business. He was once fired from a Missouri newspaper for “not being creative enough.”

Yet today, The genius behind Disney studios is liable for generations of childhood memories and dreams. Disney is entertaining the world and will continue as well.

The magic behind this is always simple,

Vincent Van Gogh

During his lifetime, Vincent van Gogh suffered mental disease , failed relationships, and committed suicide at the age of 37. He failed as a artist as he was able to sold only one painting in his lifetime. 

However that didn't put a damper on his enthusiasm and keenness for art. He would never know that after a long years of this death, the world would realize and make him as a key figure of the world as legendary artist lived in earth.

He would never know that he became a hot topic in art classes and his image was getting to be utilized in TV, books and other sorts of popular culture. 


Stephen King

As a paranoid, troubled child, suffering from nightmares and raised in poverty, it's no surprise that Stephen King grew up to the title: “Master of Horror”.

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 together with illicit substances caused him to mentally contemplate violence towards his own children. 

These intense emotions were people who he focused onto his writing. And that’s why he said: “We structure horro to assist us deal with the important ones.” Writing became his new coping mechanism, and this is often how the master author we know today grew to success.


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