Being successful is the desire of all of us who live on this beautiful planet. It does not matter if the person concerned is a child, young or old, at every stage of our wider life, it is our desire to be successful and move forward towards greater success.
The mentality of competition with each other can often be observed in any country, including schools, colleges, trainings, workplaces, including organizations and offices, Telegrafi reports.
As a comparison in terms of our efforts towards work to achieve success, we often expect much more and we want success to knock on our door very quickly.
If success does not happen, we are disappointed and finally deepen into the darkness of inferiority.
There are several such examples around the world, where most iconic personalities have previously faced serious failures.
In the following list are 10 of the personalities who after many failures in life, learned to reap success.
Among them is Steve Jobs who has been known as an iconic figure for the founding of Apple. However, it is extremely shocking to know that the $ 2 billion company with over 4,000 employees started with just two people in a garage.
This great founder has been fired and fired from the company from which he started his career. Further, realizing his potential and skills, Steve Jobs went on to create this great company, which is now very well known as “Apple”.
Another personality who faced failures is Bill Gates. It was very important for Gates to listen to the lessons of failure in order to celebrate the joy of success.
This entrepreneur who has established Microsoft as the largest software company is a student who dropped out of Harvard. Moreover, he has also been known for his business, known as “Traft-O-Data” which was one of the biggest failures in history. All of Bill Gates’ investment faded and unfortunately, he also failed to complete schooling. But his keen desire and passion for the basics of computer programming led him to start such a large software company called Microsoft.
Even the famous scientist Albert Einstein, who had encountered difficulties in his journey, had not had it easy.
Albert Einstein is a well-known scientist and extraordinary genius personality known by almost all of us around the world for his great inventions and contributions to science.
He had said that success is a failure in progress and someone who has never failed can not really be a successful person. During his childhood, he faced constant failures.
He was unable to speak fluently until the age of nine, after which he was expelled from school. Moreover, his admission to the Zurich Polytechnic School was also not considered. But steadily leading the way to success, he proved himself to be a well-known gem in the “ocean” of science and technology and finally won the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics.
The list of 10 personalities also includes former US President Abraham Lincoln who has consistently faced massive failures year after year.
Lincoln failed in his business in 1831 and after that in 1836, he suffered a major nervous breakdown. Having fought consistently for years, he failed again in 1856 during the U.S. presidential election. Constantly fighting, he was elected the 16th President of the United States in 1861.
J.K. Rowling, has been known as the famous author of the best-selling book “Harry Potter”, who has spoken openly about her failures during a speech ceremony at Harvard.
She talked about her unsuccessful marriage before living alone and facing a situation where she remained unemployed. In such a difficult situation without a partner in life and without a job to survive, she was tasked to start a new life as a dynamic author. Her creativity finally led her to the pinnacle of success.
The failures had also haunted the personality of the sports world Micheal Jordan.
Jordan is one of the most famous basketball players in the history of the sports world. He was a short boy in early childhood until he was often rejected during the selection process. After growing up and starting to play as a basketball player, he even failed to hit over nine thousand shots and lost over three hundred games for 26 times. He was very disappointed, but his dedication and perseverance paved the way to success.
We all grew up with Walt Disney animated films, but we have little knowledge of who is behind this creation.
Walt Disney has been known as one of the famous cartoonists and creators of famous animated figures like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck.
He even failed several times in his life. His unsuccessful attempt to join the armed forces finally forced him to drop out of school and drop out of his further studies. His Laugh-O-Gram Studios initiative even went bankrupt, and after joining a Missouri Newspaper agency, he was fired because, according to them, he was not creative enough as expected.
From the world of cartoonists we pass to the art of painting, to reveal in brief the story of the famous painter Vincent Van Gogh.
Van Gogh, this famous personality has been known as one of the greatest painters and artists and at the same time a world-renowned icon.
However, due to constant failures and disasters such as mental illness and improper relationship in the relationship forced him to commit suicide at an early age during that 37-year-old.
Throughout his life, Van Gogh sold only one painting which revolutionized him in the world of arts and paintings which is alive to this day.
Among these personalities is Stephen King, who is known as the most famous writer in the world.
However, he faced some disasters and failures during his lifetime. Childhood went through the dark ‘invasion’ of poverty as well as other disasters like coping with drugs and alcohol. But, finally, he continued to focus on his writing hobby and professionalized it by developing some new writing styles along with new copyright protection mechanisms.
Steven Spielberg is another personality who had encountered difficulties during his career.
Spielberg, this great filmmaker who has won countless records and awards for his contribution to filmmaking has also faced several failures in his life.
He was unable to get higher school exam grades during his childhood, after which he was suspended three times by the University of Southern California. After his passion and dedication, he continued to create excellent films and finally won three Oscars, and made a total of 51 excellent films.