‘Here is a test to find out whether your mission in life is complete.
If you’re alive, it isn’t.  ― Lauren Bacall

What do Walt Disney, Van Gogh  and JK Rowling have in common?
A newspaper editor fired Walt Disney because, ‘He lacked imagination and had no good ideas’.  After numerous bankruptcies he went on to build the first ever Disneyland, even after the first park in Anaheim was rejected. Van Gogh only ever sold one painting in his lifetime, and that was to a sister of one his friends for a measly $50 in today’s currency. He still went on to paint over 800 masterpieces. JK Rowling authored a book about a young boy wizard that was rejected by 12 publishers before a small London house picked it up.