Monday, 4 September 2017

The Humble Beginnings Of 7 Successful Men And Women That Will Inspire You.

Your background has nothing to do with your success in life. Your status today is a stepping stone to a greater height. Here are a few people that didn't have all they needed from the beginning but are now fulfilling their dreams.

She was born into a poor family in Mississippi, even at this, she won a scholarship to Tennessee State University and became the first African American TV correspondent in the state at the age of 19. Today, Winfrey is celebrated and outstanding in her world.

When he was a child, he lived in a  tight financial situation. He
mentioned that all the siblings lived in the same room when they were young. They were a staunchly Roman Catholic family. He started playing football at 8, he progressed in being a football player, being talented and with hard work to get more skillful. He is a world best player today.

At one time, businessman Shadid Khan washed dishes for $1.20 an hour, also attended the University of Illinois. He is now one of the richest people in the world, he owns Flex-N-Gate, one of the largest private companies in the U.S., the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars, and League soccer club Fulham.

He was not born rich. He had no shoes, no school bags, and thus carried his books with his hands. But he never gave up. In his word, he had not once imagined a child from Otuoke, a small village in the Niger Delta will one day rise to the position of the President of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria. “Fellow Nigerians, If I could make it, you too can make it” he said.

To financially help his Armenian-immigrant family, Kerkorian dropped out of school in the eight grade. During World War II, Kerkorian worked for Britain’s Royal Air Force. He eventually turned his interest to constructing many of Las Vegas’ biggest resorts and hotels.

She struggled to support her family and managed to graduate from the university with part-time jobs. She had vowed not to sell her body for money. She started blogging in 2006. With all the thick and thins she went through, she is now the highest paid blogger in Nigeria, and an entrepreneur.

He walked bare-footed for the first eighteen years of his life – in rain and in sunshine. He was from a very poor background but was intelligent and faced his studies. In his words, the poor called his family poor. He became a PhD. holder in Mathematics before he became the general overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church Of God.

Written by Precious Deji-Omolere (Da'Prenita)