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October 26, 2020

Every Success Story is also a Story of Great Failures (20-important questions and answers)

Every Success Story is also a Story of Great Failures

1.     “If you want to succeed, double your failure.” Do you agree? Why?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. But we have to learn something from the failure and when we do it again wo don’t commit the same mistake. Eventually it leads to success.

2.     What would you find if you study history?

According to the passage if we study history, we would understand that every success story is also a story of great failures.

3.     People see only one side of the picture. Which side do they see?

Yes, people see one side of the picture that is success side. They never see the failure side of the person when they get success.

4.     What do the people say about a successful person?

People around us say that the person, who succeeded in life, got lucky. Also, they say that the person was at the right place at the right time. But they never accept the greatness of the successful people.

5.     Do you call Abraham Lincoln a failure? Why?

No, I never call him a failure as I have known that he failed many a time but never gave up to do something. Finally, he succeeded to become the President of America when he was 52.

6.     What is the invention of Lee De Forest?

Lee De Forest invented a triodes tube that takes relatively weak electrical signals and amplifies them.

7.     Why the district attorney charged Forest?

The district attorney charged Forest for using fraudulent means to mislead the public into buying stocks of his company by claiming that he could transmit the human voice across the Atlantic.

8.     Who questioned the right brothers’ wisdom?

The New York Times editorial on December 10, 1903, questioned the wisdom of Wright Brothers, who were trying to invent a machine heavier than air, that would fly.

9.     Where did the famous flight take off?

The famous flight, which is the first flight by Wright Brothers, took off at Kitty Hawk.

10.Who invented triodes tube?

Triodes tube was invented by Lee De Forest, an American inventor.


11.After how many tries do you quit?

No way. I never quit if I fixed to do something good. I try it until I reach the target.

12.What was the disability of Thomas Edison?

Thomas Edison was partially deaf.

13.Henry Ford forgot something while his first car installation. What was that?

Henry Ford forgot to put the reverse gear in the first car he made.

14.All success stories are stories of great failures. Do you agree? Why?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. I have gone through the article and found that all success stories are also stories of great failures.

15.Who invented phonograph?

Phonograph was invented by Thomas Edison.

16.A burning desire is the starting point of all accomplishment. Do you agree? How?

Yes, I do agree with the statement. When we have a weak desire, it doesn’t produce great results. And when we have a strong desire it leads to thoughts and that thoughts lead to action and you know actions always lead to results.

17.According to Socrates what is the secret to success?

According to Socrates the secret to success is that you must have a burning desire. When you want success as badly as you wanted the air to live on, you will get it.

18.Who inspired Disney?

A small mouse inspired Disney.

19.What do you do when you fail?

I must try to learn something that from my failure and try again to get succeeded.

20.What have you learnt by the poem, ‘If you think?’

It is a motivational poem. I am really motivated by reading the poem. I learnt that everything is within you either the success or the failure.


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