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Don't Worry Too Much! Stumble, Fall, Fail and Learn From It!

Even the most intelligent people know the fear of failure. Whether you are a teacher, entrepreneur or television journalist, everyone fights against the dull feeling that we "somehow end up messing it up". But we always have to strive for something higher with the profound knowledge that life will continue. Here's an overview of "failed" people who changed the world!

The American film producer Walt Disney was fired by his employer and was financially ruined before he built Disneyland. There were more than 300 "No's", until a financier agreed to invest in his idea.

Albert Einstein was not able to read until his seventh bierthday - his teachers criticized that he was "mentally slow, unsociable, and always digressing in his foolish dreams." Subsequently, his application was rejected at the Technical University of Zurich.

James Dyson built 5216 prototypes before finally holding a working vacuum vacuum cleaner in his hands.

The basketball player Michael Jordan once said: "In my career I missed over 9000 litters. I lost nearly 300 games. 26 times I was entrusted with the play-casting litter and I did not hit him. I have failed over and over again in my life. That is why I am successful."

Dear readers, keep going! Let's enjoy life and make the best out of it!

Andrea Bruchwitz


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