A fascinating piece of information is the fact that Thomas Edison and his research team conducted fifty thousand experiments over a period of ten years from 1900 to 1909 before he made a successful alkaline battery. Now that's perseverance! And it hints at a deeper lesson—the great difference between simply trying and doing.
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