Success comes from those who see the lack of success in their failure as an opportunity to do better. Albert Einstein can be exemplified as a success that arose from failure: even though Albert Einstein was unable to speak until the age of four and was characterized as mentally ill, he overcame the adversities and was rewarded for his doggedness. Another example of failure leading to success is the life of J.K. Rowling, one of the most famous novel writers in this centuries history, who was completely broke and had no money to feed her own children, however, did not give up and obdurately desired to succeed. Sigmund Freud, at first, was not supported by anyone around him and was thought of being devoid of any talent in the medicine field, especially in psychiatrics, but became the founding father of psychoanalysis.
Albert Einstein, one of the most famous and precocious scientists in the history of the Earth, is also an example of how effective learning from failure and mistakes can be. He did not speak until he was four years old, and couldn't read until he was seven. His parents thought he was abnormal and had no chance to accomplish anything in his life. He was expelled from school and his teachers described him as mentally slow, unsociable and foolishly dreaming about unknown issues. However, Einstein stood strong and compelling, and finally achieved much in his life, such as developing many theories in general physics and tremendously affecting its revolution.
The example of J.K. Rowling’s success as a writer of a fantasy novel series, which is known around the whole world, shows how studying and learning from failure can lead to success. A few years after college, Rowling was broke and could hardly afford food, was living on welfare, diagnosed with depression and temptation to suicidal actions, divorced and a single mother. However, she did not stop believing in herself and tried her best to get out of this situation. While barely having any money to...
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