In order to succeed in business or life, I have come to realize that collective redoubling measures need to be taken. Placing on a line-by-day basis is extremely small, especially if things do not work as well as I want. Here every time I encounter a disappointing event or unwanted withdrawal, I do not know about these famous mistakes.
first Bill Gates Founder and President of Microsoft changed the world's work culture in the 21st century, simplifying the use of computers. The world's richest man in the past decade. However, in the '70s, before he left, he was Harvard University. The most ironic factor is that it launched a software company (this was Microsoft soon) when it bought the software product from "someone" to only US $ 50.
2nd Abraham Lincoln has not received more than 5 years of formal education in his life. When she grew up, she joined politics and 12 major failures before she elected the 16th President of the United States of America.
3rd Isaac Newton was the greatest English mathematician of his generation. His work on optics and gravity is one of the greatest scientists the world still knew. Many people thought Isaac was genius but he was not! When he was young, he was very poor at elementary school, so poor that his teachers progressively improved in his textbooks.
4th Ludwig van Beethoven is a German composer of classical music, widely regarded as one of the major composers of history. His reputation inspired – and often intimidated – composers, musicians and audiences who came after him. Before his career, Beethoven's music teacher once spoke of him as "a composer, hopeless". However, during his career he lost his audiences, yet he managed to produce great music – deaf-hearted music, the ironic!
5th Thomas Edison who developed a number of tools that greatly influenced the 20th century. Edison is one of the most inventive inventors of history and holds 1093 US patents in his name. When he was a boy, his teacher told him he was too stupid to find out something. When he came to himself, he tried more than 9,000 experiments before creating the first successful bulb.
6th Woolworth Company was a retail company that was one of the original five to ten centuries trade. The first Woolworth store was founded in 1878 by Frank Winfield Woolworth and soon became one of the largest retail chains of the 20th century. Before starting his own business, Woolworth was employed in a dry warehouse at age 21. But his employer did not allow him to serve any client because he came to the conclusion that Frank "did not have enough common sense to serve the customers".
7th Thanks, Michael Jordon is the biggest basketball player ever. It is a unique combination of a phenomenal athlete, grace, speed, power, art, improvisation ability and unforgiving competitive desire. Jordan has uniquely redefined the NBA superstar. Prior to joining the NBA, Jordan was just a common man, so the usual thing was because of the "lack of skills" because of the high school basketball team.
8th Walter Disney was an American filmmaker, director, screenwriter, actor and animator. One of the world's most famous filmmakers, Disney has founded a production company. A company known as Walt Disney means $ 30 billion a year. Disney started his own shop from his garage and his first cartoon went bankrupt. In his first press conference, a newspaper editor made Walt Disney laughable because he did not have a good idea of film production.
ninth Winston Churchill failed in class 6. However, this never prevented you from working harder. In the Second World War he eventually became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Churchill is generally considered to be one of the most important leaders of Britain and world history. During the BBC's 2002 identification of the "100 Biggest Britons", the participants chose Churchill as the most important one.
10th Steven Spielberg is an American film director. He won 3 Academy Awards for the most successful filmmakers in history. Most of all, Steven is recognized as the most successful filmmaker of all time. In his childhood, Spielberg dispelled his high school. They persuaded them to come back and go to a learning disability class. He only rented a month and went out of school forever.
eleventh Albert Einstein was theoretically a physicist, Hundreds are considered the most important scientist. In 1905, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1921 for the explanation of photography and his "services for theoretical physics". However, when Einstein was young, her parents thought she was mentally retarded. His school classes were so weak that a teacher asked him to stop saying, "Einstein, he will never do anything!"
12th In 1947, one year in his contract, 20th Century Fox marilyn Monroe dropped it because the producer thought it was not attractive and could not act. That did not stop him at all! He has always been involved, and the public is already the 20th century's most famous movie star, sex symbol and pop icon.
13th The first novel by John Grisham was dismissed by sixteen agents and twelve publishers. She continued writing and writing until she became the author of the novelist and modern legal drama. Media in the 21st century has kept one of the best novelists alive.
14th Henry Ford did not succeed in the first two carmakers. This did not prevent Ford Motor Company and was the first to use production line production for the production of affordable cars in the world. It has not only revolutionized industrial production in the United States and Europe but has also influenced the 20th century economy and society. The low-cost combination of mass production, high wages and consumers has led to a leadership school known as Fordism. He has become the three most famous and richest men in the world.
15th Toyota Motor Corporation rejected Soichiro Honda after a second-world job interview as a "engineer" during the Second World War. He remained unemployed, while his neighbors began to buy their "own-made scooters". Then he started his own business. Honda. Today, the Company becomes the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer and one of the most prestigious car manufacturers, defeating giant automakers such as GM and Chrysler. With the global network of 437 subsidiaries, Honda develops, manufactures and markets a wide range of products ranging from small general-purpose motors and scooters to specialty sports cars.
16th Akio Morita Founder of giant electrical household products, Sony Corporation, the first product was an electric rice cooker, selling only 100 stoves (because it was more like cooking rice than cooking). Today Sony is producing $ 66 billion in revenue and becoming the world's sixth largest electronic and electrical company.