What Can Thomas Edison Teach Us About Success (through Failure)


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Failure happens.
It happens all the time, to everyone, and sometimes can have a bad effect on us depending on the way we react to it.

Failure, like many other things, is something we have got used to through the years. To some it has become a lifestyle, an ingrained habit we just can’t break ourselves of if we don’t have the right mindset.

The greatest example, when it comes down to failure, is the American inventor Thomas Edison.
He failed more than 10,000 times (I am still amazed at that number!) before he created the light bulb.

That makes him a true example of perseverance.

What helped him was understanding a few things – defining success and failure, realizing the inevitable connection between them, never giving up, working hard, believing in himself and his ideas.

Of course, in many situations things looked so hopeless and pointless that…

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