BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS-THE GROUND FLOOR
“When your desires are strong enough you will appear to possess superhuman powers to achieve.” ~ Napoleon Hill
If you were offered free advice or many hours with any of these business magnates and philanthropist Bill Gates company Microsoft, Steve Jobs company Apple, Jeff Bezos Company Amazon, Richard Branson Company Virgin, Harland David Sanders company Kentucky Fried Chicken, would you say, No? and there are many females that are as smart as the above that I haven’t mentioned, or do you have an idea such people as George Lucas, a film-maker, Stan Lee who from his imagination from reading comic books created the Marvel Empire, or Richard James and Maurice James McDonald who were American entrepreneurs who founded the McDonald’s restaurant in San Bernardino, California, and inventors of the “Speedee Service System,” now commonly known as “fast food”. In 1937, the McDonald brothers opened a hot dog stand in Monrovia, California, inspired by a local hot dog stand that seemed to be the only profitable business in town, and which primarily served patrons at a local racetrack, however, Maurice McDonald decided to open a bigger hot dog stand in San Bernardino, a large working-class town approximately 50 miles eastward, with a population of approximately 100,000 people. After several banks declined to lend them the money needed for this venture, Bank of America finally approved, and in 1940, with $5,000 in capital, they opened a drive-in restaurant; or the gentlemen that gave the idea to Coca -Cola Company where they served their product in a cup on the streets, he gave them his idea, bottle it. Today, Coca -Cola bottles their product bottles in cans. I wonder who came up with the idea for the cans?
Whether your male or female do you have an idea? Your imagination is the greatest treasure you possess.
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Bill Gates company Microsoft, wrote his first software program at the age of 13. In high school, he helped form a group of programmers who computerized their school’s payroll system and founded Traf-O-Data, a company that sold traffic-counting systems to local governments.
Steve Jobs company Apple, who began life as an orphan, started Apple Computers from his adopted parents’ garage.
Jeff Bezos Company Amazon, His success hasn’t come overnight, however. Bezos began his career in the hedge fund world in the ’90s, then left a cushy job to launch his own startup. After spending a miserable summer working at McDonald’s as a teen, Bezos, together with his girlfriend, started the Dream Institute, a 10-day summer camp for kids. Upon graduation, he turned down job offers from Intel and Bell Labs to join a startup called Fitel. After he quit Fitel, Bezos considered partnering with Halsey Minor — who would later found CNET — but instead, he got a job at the hedge fund D.E. Shaw. He became a senior vice president after only four years. In 1994, Bezos read that the web had grown 2,300% in one year. This number astounded him, and he decided he needed to find some way to take advantage of its rapid growth. He made a list of 20 possible products to sell online and decided books were the best option. His boss at the firm, David E. Shaw, tried to persuade Bezos to stay. But Bezos was already determined to start his own company — he felt he’d rather try and fail at a startup than never try at all. And so Amazon was born.
Richard Branson Company Virgin was born in a hospital for children with special needs. Since then, he’s founded over a hundred different companies under the Virgin name, he’s circumnavigated the globe in a hot air balloon, and soon he will be providing trips into space with Virgin Galactic! Richard Branson started at age 16 with his magazine, called Student. The teenager dropped out of school to promote his magazine. In 1969, he started a mail-order record business that used the magazine office as an operating base. Branson and his team of 20 employees called the new business Virgin.
Richard James and Maurice McDonald company McDonald’s: Richard James and Maurice James McDonald were American entrepreneurs who founded the McDonald’s restaurant in San Bernardino, California, and inventors of the “Speedee Service System,” now commonly known as “fast food”. In 1937, the McDonald brothers opened a hot dog stand in Monrovia, California, inspired by a local hot dog stand that seemed to be the only profitable business in town, and which primarily served patrons at a local racetrack. However, Maurice McDonald decided to open a bigger hot dog stand in San Bernardino, a large working-class town approximately 50 miles eastward, with a population of approximately 100,000 people. After several banks declined to lend them the money needed for this venture, Bank of America finally approved, and in 1940, with $5,000 in capital, they opened a drive-in restaurant.
George Lucas, an unknown film-maker from California wanted to make a “space opera.” In 1977, Star Wars was born.
Harland David Sanders company Kentucky Fried Chicken, better known as Colonel Sanders, was past the age of retirement and practically broke when he pursued his idea of making fried chicken with “eleven secret herbs and spices.”
Mark Zuckerberg company Facebook saw that people wanted to socialize online and he and his colleague had an idea to make that possible. From them college dorm room Facebook was born.
Those are just some people you might be familiar with.
There are many, many others who are not so famous doing amazing things too, male and female.
They’re people just like you are highly creative, intelligent, have great ideas.
People just like you are using only what is available to them — their greatest treasure — and attaining success beyond their wildest dreams- their imagination.
Now build your creation in small steps ; We waste on the problem instead of putting our energy to work. “You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.” .Jodi Picoult
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