Count It: How Many Times These Business Leaders Tried Before They Succeeded (Infographic)

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The only way to be sure you never fail is to never try. So, if you want to be an entrepreneur, buckle your seatbelt for a bumpy ride.

Epic inventor Thomas Edison generated 10,000 prototypes for electric light bulbs before getting it right, according to the infographic below, created by San Francisco-based startup organization Funders and Founders. And Colonel Sanders, the founder of KFC, was rejected 1,009 times when he tried to sell his fried chicken recipe.

How many times have you tried and failed so far? What’s your secret to keep trying again? Leave us a note below and let us know.

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Count It: How Many Times These Business Leaders Tried Before They Succeeded (Infographic)

 

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Edition: July 2017

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