"In the words of Sumner Redstone, "Success is not built on success. It's built on failure. It's built on frustration. Sometimes it's built on catastrophe."
Thomas Edison provided a similar account of success with his famous quote, "I didn't fail a thousand times. The light bulb was an invention with a thousand steps."
In a way, the world's greatest inventions are oftentimes fraught by even greater adversity. The same can be said for Albert Einstein, whose last name has become synonymous with genius. To many, Einstein is the greatest scientist who ever lived. But a unique collection of Albert Einstein's letters and papers revealed a history of struggle and failure that remind us of his humanity. These documents give us a glimpse into the undercurrents of one of the greatest minds to ever live.Based upon such texts, here are five entrepreneurship lessons anybody can learn from Albert Einstein:"
- Even geniuses can be wrong...sometimes!
- Reading is good for you.
- Take on a challenge.
- Turn your weaknesses into your strengths.
- Your environment matters.
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