Failure: the opportunity to learn

Failure: the opportunity to learn

The success is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perpirasi (perspiration).

Thomas Alva Edison

Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931), known as one of the most powerful of the United States.
He more than 1,300 patent discoveries, including a microphone (1877), fonograf (1878), and the light bulb (1879).
We may not believe that he is still at school in Port Huron, Michigan, the teachers complained because he was considered too slow and difficult set.
When you receive a letter of complaint, his mother decided to attend in their own homes.
Edison appeared very interested in science and technology.
When the age of 10 years, he has designed a chemical laboratory.
He included hard labor.
This proved when he tried to create a light bulb.
He failed many times to realize that dream.
After conducting an experiment more than 2000 times just light bulb brothers.
A reporter assigned to Bristol asked, "how you feel when it experienced a failure?"
With the steady Edison replied, "I do not even have failed. I find successful light bulb, although I need it for the 2000 stage"
History proves that many people "fail" in one field, but success in other areas.
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), failed as a writer, William Shakespeare (1564-1616), failed as a merchant, Abraham Lincoln (1821-1882), failed as a clerk, Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822-1885), failed as a tanner skin.
However, we know they are successful in other sectors that make popular.

by: Lives' Reflection ™

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