10 Successful people who failed before they succeeded

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You will feel that all the problems of the world are behind you, at that time you are tired With life. Failure is the capital of success. Once failure can bring disappointment in your life, but in such a situation, you have to take care of losing your courage because of your courage, then the fear of failure will sit inside you.

But if you make the ladder to the failure then there is no power in the world that can stop you. Because you are a frightful person who feels sad from inside but there is a voice of being successful from inside.

Walt Disney

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Walt Disney used to work in a newspaper, he was dismissed by the editor as saying that there was lack of creativity and there was no good idea in his mind, and after leaving the job, Disney Created a new history by creating the world of the name. Disney is the inspiration for Youth today.

Akio Morita

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Morita co-founded Sony, a multi-billion dollar company. But the company’s beginnings were not so rosy. Their first product was a rice cooker, but it burned the rice. However, this didn’t stop them from moving on to building bigger and better things. This time Morita is biggest person in mobile & Electronic item company in all over word and Success name in word.

Bill Gates

Before building his Microsoft, Gates started a business called Traff-O-Data which went nowhere and he dropped out of Harvard. But his passion for computers and his vision of the opportunities led him to start Microsoft. All people say Microsoft , every people and every students are know Bill Gates.

Mark Cuban

Before making billions selling his company to Yahoo, Cuban failed at a variety of jobs. He failed as a carpenter, as a cook, as a waiter (he couldn’t open a bottle of wine). He says of his failures, “I’ve learned that it doesn’t matter how many times you failed. You only have to be right once. I tried to sell powdered milk. I was an idiot lots of times, and I learned from them all.”

Soichiro Honda

Honda initially applied for a job at Toyota as an engineer, but was turned down with his life. Being jobless no any job ,no any idea where is going with life, after  he started making scooters at home, With the support of his family, he founded Honda, the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer and one of the most profitable automakers are Honda.

Thomas Edison

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One of the most prolific inventors in history. he was told as a boy by his teacher that he was too stupid to learn anything and suggested he go into a field . He tried more than 9,000 experiments before he created the first successful light bulb. He fall down in life 9000 times but his dare his attitude not fall after he success in life.

Amitabh Bachchan

A blockbuster performer at the Bollywood Big B , Amitabh Bachchan’s career tanked with his production house, Amitabh Bachchan Corporation Limited . His meteoric rise and quick downfall is a true Bollywood tale within Bollywood. He was not It was this crucial juncture when his career took place at 360 degree turn with the KBC series in India and all world , he once again rose to the top. Big B really proved that nothing, this time Big B is most famouse in Bollywood and also Gujarat Ambassadress most popular add “kutch nahi dekha to kuch nahi dekha”.

Richard Branson

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Even the most richest person in the U.K. didn’t get to where he is now without a few failures along the way. Along with his famous Virgin Records and Virgin Airlines, he also developed Virgin Cola and Virgin Vodka. The fact that you don’t recognize them says it all. this time all word in famous with brand name.

Henry Ford

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Ford’s first two car companies failed and left him broke. But that didn’t stop him from founding Ford Motor Company and become the first to apply assembly line manufacturing for cars. He became one of the three most famous and richest men in the world.

Frank Winfield Woolworth

Before starting the Woolworth Company , Woolworth worked at a dry goods store. His boss did not allow him to wait on customers “didn’t have enough common sense to serve the customers.”  Woolworth’s eventually became one of the largest retail chains in the world.

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