15 Famous People Who Failed Their Way to Success

Sucesss doesn’t happen overnight for everyone. Famous people who are successful today also did not magically happen for them overnight.

Have a look at these 15 people who failed their way to success. Their stories are really interesting and hope it gives you inspiration for yourself.

This video below shows 11 famous individuals.

  1. Michael Jordon
  2. Albert Einstein
  3. Oprah Winfrey
  4. Walt Disney
  5. Lionel Messi
  6. Steve Jobs
  7. Eminem
  8. Thomas Edison
  9. The Beatles
  10. Dr. Seuss
  11. Abraham Lincoln

Here’s another 4 famous individuals.

12. Steven Spielberg

Did you know that he got reject 3 times from film school?

He got rejected 3 times from University of Southern California School of Theater and went to attend School at California States University instead.

However, he did not complete college.

Today we all know him for his multiple famous films such as Catch Me If You Can, Jurassic Park, E.T and many others.

13. Henry Ford

Did you know that he went broke 5 times before he succeeded?

He did not give up and at the age of 45, he created the  Ford Model T. Today Ford Motor is worth around $199 billion dollars.

14. Mickey Mouse

Okay. I know that Mickey Mouse isn’t really a person but I had to highlight Mickey Mouse as one of the people as it’s a famous cartoon character we all know today!

However, Mickey Mouse could have never existed. Wal Disney who was the creator of Mickey Mouse was told that the idea of Mickey Mouse will not work! They told him that women will be afraid because it’s a giant mouse on screen.

15. Elvis Presley

“You will go nowhere, you should go back to driving a truck”. This was what he was told by a manager of Grand Ole Opry. What’s worse was he got fired after just his 1st performance.

Despite being told that, today he is known as the King of Rock & Roll. He records has sold 1 billon copies all over the world!

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