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The keys to success, and inspirational traits you can learn from famous entrepreneurs.

Napoleon Hill is one of the first people to ever study the subject of success. He has made more people rich and successful than any other man before him. His work is now used by motivational speakers, businessmen, and self-help gurus all over the world.
Richest man on the planet, Carlos Slim, attracts money making opportunities since a kid. He invested in a Mexican bank at 12, and was worth 40 million by 26. His abundant mindset allowed him to reach billions, and now he narrows his time to solving world problems and being a huge philanthropist!
The owner of CNN, Ted Turner didn't have an easy road by any means. He was faced with a load of adversity, from an abusive father who eventually committed suicide, being bipolar, and creating a media business in a field filled with big monopolies like CBS and FOX. Find out the inner traits that led him to prevail in a dog eat dog world.
Henry Ford was one of the richest and well-known people in the whole world. He was known worldwide for his coined term Fordism, which promised modernity, high wages and cheap consumer goods. Ford's innovations made him an international celebrity. He had a strong global vision and goal with consumerism as the most important aspect of business. He was extremely innovative especially in his many concepts to revolutionize business including putting a franchise system that put a dealership in every North American city and also in major cities on six continents.
Gene Roddenberry survived 3 plane crashes and persevered through many rejections to create Star Trek.
Dana White is the man responsible for turning a failing business seen as a barbaric sport and turned it into a billion dollar empire. His past involved dropping out of college, being a bellman, and starting a boxing club which would get taken over by an Irish mob. All this enabled him to finally elope to Las Vegas and do exactly what he loved...
Michael started the Dell empire with $1000.00 and an innovative business idea: to sell directly to the customer, rather than going through a third party to sell his products. Executing this dream led him to becoming one of the wealthiest in the world and a huge helping hand to world causes too.
Believe it or not, “The Legendary Investor,” Warren Buffet wasn’t always super wealthy, his perspectives on life growing up as a kid ultimately determined the clever investment choices he made as an investor. Ever since Buffett was in high school he was focused on numerous ways of making the big bucks which hugely guided him to the billion dollar status.

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