Forget About The 10,000-Hour Rule. Thomas Edison, Jeff Bezos, And Mark Zuckerberg Follow The 10,000-Experiment Rule

by Michael Simmons on Dec 2, 2017

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Most people think that Edison invented the first light bulb.

They’re wrong.

In fact, Edison was spectacularly late to the game.

In 1878, when the 36-year-old inventor decided to focus on building a light bulb, 23 others had already invented early versions called arc lamps, some of which were being used commercially to light streets and large buildings.

So how did Edison win in such a crowded field when he was so far behind?

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