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Failure is the Way to Success: Michael Jordan

Failure is the Way to Success: Michael Jordan will help you learn how you can be a successful person like Michael Jordan.

“Jordan was born at Cumberland Hospital in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New York City, on February 17, 1963,[30] the son of bank employee Deloris (née Peoples) and equipment supervisor James R. Jordan Sr.[30][31].

Failure is the Way to Success: Michael Jordan
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Failure is the Way to Success: Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player, won six NBA titles for his team and is considered the most valuable player. Learn how to succeed after failure:

Failure: He was thrown out of the university team due to his short height and couldn’t play well. His coach advised him to join the Air Force instead of trying basket ball.

Because of his hard work, he has become an established Superstar. He didn’t pay attention to his coach’s advice and continued his hard work. He increased his height from 6 feet 1 inch to 6 feet and 5 inches and was selected as the player of the year at his university.

Failure: lost 300 games, missed 9 thousand shots, and 26 winning shots failed.

Success: His team, the Chicago Bulls, won six NBA titles due to his hard work.

Failure: Technique is questioned many times.

Success: He learned proper techniques from his coach. The right techniques will always help you succeed.


According to Forbes:

  • Michael Jordan, widely regarded as the greatest player in NBA history, won six championships with the Chicago Bulls.
  • His salary during his career totaled $90 million, but he has earned $1.8 billion (pre-tax) from such corporate partners as Nike, Hanes, and Gatorade.
  • MJ joined sports-betting firm DraftKings as a special advisor to the board and an investor in September 2020.
  • He also became a NASCAR team co-owner in late 2020.
  • Jordan, who owns the Charlotte Hornets, agreed to sell a minority stake in a 2019 deal that valued the NBA team at $1.5 billion.

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