The Right To Fail William Zinsser

In William Zinsser’s essay “The Right to Fail,” he discusses the importance of failure in achieving success. He argues that without the opportunity to fail, people would not be able to learn and grow. Failure is a necessary part of life, and it should be embraced instead of feared. Zinsser begins by recounting a time … Read more

Inspirational Essays About Life And Struggles

Success doesn’t come easy. It takes time, dedication and hard work. But sometimes, our biggest obstacle to success can be ourselves. We can be our own worst enemy, holds us back from reaching our full potential. We doubt ourselves, we procrastinate and we make excuses. We allow fear to control us instead of taking risks. … Read more

Steve Jobs’ Personality Led to His Success

Steve Jobs was one of the founders of one of the most common technology-based companies today: Apple. With the advancement of computers, the Macintosh computer by Apple arose. More and more advancements in technology led to a series of computers, tablets, phones, and mp3 players made by Apple to become popular. Apple’s advancements in technology … Read more

Aldous Huxley – successful writer

Many talented twentieth century writers have been overshadowed by classical writers such as Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare. Novels dealing with classical topics are often more recognized than works that tackle controversial topics. Aldous Huxley defies this stereotype, for his controversial works gained great fame while influencing many people. Huxley was not just a successful … Read more

Willy Loman – the unsuccessful, imaginative salesman

Willy Loman is the unsuccessful, imaginative salesman which the play is focused on. He is very child-like and this can be noticed in his lack of reality. He believes he is the best salesman ever and thinks that everybody likes him. Children often have these ideals. They often think they are the center of the … Read more