If At First You Don't Succeed - ARGUS® Poster
- Vendor: TREND enterprises, Inc.
ARGUS® posters are the ideal way to foster an environment of respect, inspiration, encouragement and creativity. The hundreds of designs available guarantee a look to suit every taste while the extraordinary value allows you to display a new message as often as you like!
Perfect for classrooms, offices, and at-home use. Durable construction lasts for years!
If At First You Don't Succeed, You're In Good Company
Abraham Lincoln's first business as owner of a dry goods store was a flop. He was later appointed postmaster in his township and had the worst efficiency record in the country.
Franklin D. Roosevelt began his career in public service after flunking out of Columbia Law School. He then decided to run for governor of New York.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was rejected three times for command positions before being appointed Supreme Allied Commander in 1942.
Harry Truman opened a hat and shirt shop at age 35 that went bankrupt after just two years. Truman worked 15 years to pay off the debt.
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