Thomas Alava Edison Series: Ep. # 1 Learning From Failure

Summary

Thomas Alva Edison

Episode # 1

Learning From Failure.

Dr. Paul Israel of The Edison Papers, Rutgers University speaks about Thomas Edison’s childhood in Milan Ohio and Port Huron, Michigan. Not a terribly gifted student, Thomas Edison thrived in learning independently and loved work from a very early age. Saving a young boy from an oncoming train changed the course of his life forever. To show his gratitude, the boy’s father taught young Thomas Edison the new Morse telegraphic system. Edison exceed at Telegraphy and began to develop ways which improved the technology. Thomas Edison’s father was an interesting character who both succeeded and failed throughout his life. Young Edison learned that failure is not the end, just another opportunity to succeed.

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