10 Famous Failures who finally made their mark!

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Albert Einstein If you have never failed, you never tried anything new

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Henry Ford, an American industrialist, business magnate, founder of the Ford Motor, was a failure at three businesses. Finally, at the age of 53, he succeeded with Ford Motor Company.

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Oprah Gail Winfrey, an American talk show host had a rough and abusive childhood and was fired from her job as a reporter because she was unfit for TV.

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Bill Gates a co-founder of Microsoft was a Harvard University dropout and his first business, Traf-o-Data, was a failure

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Colonel Hardland David Sanders best known for founding fast food chicken restaurant chain Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) couldn't sell his Chicken. More than 1,000 restaurants rejected him.

Michael Jordan also known by his initials MJ, who is regarded as the greatest basketball player of all time was cut from his high school basketball team for a lack of skill.

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J.K Rowling, the author of the famous Harry Potter Novel was rejected by 12 publishing houses.

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Marilyn Monroe who played comedic "blonde bombshell" characters was dropped by 20th Century -Fox after one year because her producer said that she wasn't pretty or talented enough to be an actress.

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Soichiro Honda, a Japanese engineer and industrialist established Honda Motor Co., Ltd in 1948 was passed over for an engineering job at Toyota and left unemployed.

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Abraham Lincoln was failed in business three times and failed campaigning seven times prior to becoming president of the United States

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