Dennis Murphee found himself in half a billion dollars worth of debt. His advisors told him to declare bankruptcy. He refused because he believed in the power of persistence, lessons he had learned from Winston Churchill. He believed that if he persisted, he would eventually have the means to pay back the debt and regain his wealth.
Churchill believed that success is going from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm. Churchill also believed that if you are going through hell, the only action to consider was to keep going.
Are you ready to learn what might be the most important lesson you will ever learn, that is, how to persist when others fail? Murphee reveals the magic of persistence in this excellent TED talk below. He teaches you how to harness its power so that, regardless of your circumstance, to never, never, never give up.
Murphee repaid the half a billion dollars in debt. Find out how.