Thomas Edison, the great American inventor of the incandescent light bulb, was noted as saying that he didn’t fail but found 10,000 ways that didn’t work! Oh, that we would look at our setback as just feedback.
He also noted “genius is one percent inspiration, and ninety-nine percent perspiration”. https://www.fi.edu/history-resources/edisons-lightbulb
So, what made the difference for Edison between success and failure, his brilliance or his habits? His genius or his daily disciplines?
I’m not here to debate his ethics or dealings with competitors, such as Tesla (who some consider a greater inventor than Edison), but his astounding routine.
The Wizard of Menlo Park was 52 years old when he was interviewed and stated that he worked 14-15 hours a day at that time! But wait, he believed he didn’t work as hard then because for YEARS HE WORKED 20 HOURS A DAY!
Read this amazing report about his uber habits (with laser focus, I may add!) at ...
(Note: A FREE Report for you is at the bottom of this BLOG)
Now, I must confess something personal about myself to you…
I am a super-hero junkie! I have been an avid fan of DC Comics for years (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, etc.) and of recent times, the Marvel franchise.
After just seeing The Avengers: Endgame, I was absolutely BLOWN AWAY! Loved it!
Okay, let me calm down a bit…just breathe, John. Before it leaves the theaters, I will probably watch it 2-3 more times with family and friends.
Now, I won’t be a spoiler; however, the word, “Endgame” has been rolling over and over in my mind.
Now, the definition of the word relates to strategic games, such as Chess or Risk, where there are few pieces left, and the players have a “hidden” plan or strategy to pull out, defeat their opponent, and win the game.
In business, it may be considered a plan (or bulletproof backup plan) to achieve...