Dr. Samuel West: Museum of Failure

Get a peek into the viral sensation, the Museum of Failure. The museum is a collection of over 100 failed products and services from around the world, items like Colgate Lasagna. The museum’s founder Dr. Samuel West said the museum provides a unique insight into the risky business of innovation.

We spoke to Dr. Samuel West. He talked about why he started the Museum of Failure, what we can learn from it and his own very personal struggles with failure, which include filing for bankruptcy.

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Kwame Onwachi: Grit & Grace to "Overnight" Success

When Kwame Onwuachi was 26 he had already experienced more career highs and lows than chefs twice his age. How did Kwame recover from these lows? Kwame talks about how he rebounded and delved into his childhood.

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The Anti-Resume: Redefining Success

“At Penn, people are so successful in high school and aren’t used to experiencing failure or bouncing back from it,” - Olivia O'Dwyer, sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania and co-founder of the Anti-Resume Project.

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Arabian Prince: Life After N.W.A.

Arabian Prince is one of the founding members of N.W.A., one of the earliest and most significant gangster rap groups in music. But he left the group after their debut studio album, “Straight Outta Compton”, which was a critical and commercial success.

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Kevin Allison: The State, RISK!, and Terrible Jobs

Kevin Allison has one of the most successful live storytelling series and podcasts out there, RISK!, which encourages participants to tell raw, unfiltered stories. But between being on MTV’s hit comedy series “The State” and the podcast, Kevin garnered more than a decade of bad luck and bad jobs.

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Strauss Zelnick: Meditation & Grand Theft Auto

Strauss Zelnick is the man behind many blockbusters, everything from Grand Theft Auto to Dirty Dancing. Find out what Zelnick was like before he was a media mogul.

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