Necessary Ingredients for Greatness: Doggedness, Chutzpah, Grit, and Obsession.
Being successful takes an immutable understanding of current patterns in life and obsession.
Myshkin Ingawale built 32 prototypes before coming up with an anemia diagnosis solution using electroplethysmography as the backbone technology.
Edison once said “I didn’t fail 1,000 times. The light bulb was an invention with 1,000 steps.”
Henry Ford and Walt Disney both went broke 5+ times before succeeding.
Goddard was told his ideas didn’t work in stratified space.
Jack London was rejected several hundred times.
Sony’s first rice cooker, well it was absolute shit(yeah, I got a hold of one in Mumbai). Akio Morita built the business slowly but surely.
The inventor of the dyson vacuum had 4000+ failed prototypes.