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

Walmart founder Sam Walton was a leader with a vision in literally everything he did. He nudged his way into corporate success by being innovative in his approach to always put the customer first and provide discounted products.
Larry Page and his business partner, Sergey Brin have been dubbed entrepreneurial geniuses by many for being the brains behind not only the largest search engine, but the largest website on the world wide web. These aren’t no “evil geniuses” though, in fact their slogan is “don’t be evil” but instead they thrive to make the worlds resources readily available to everyone.
3 inspirational lessons to learn from inventor Thomas Edison. Even though he failed, he never gave up, kept pursuing what he enjoyed, and didn't let adversity effect him.
Simon Cowell is a man of high expectations, and he always surpasses them. Learn the keys to success of this blunt, says it like it is, TV personality.
Kevin Systrom, the creator of Instagram, found his unique idea by flowing with the things that naturally interested him - photography and programming.
Howard Schultz, the owner of Starbucks once lived in the slums, but his perspectives and beliefs ultimately allowed him to find a way out, and thrive extraordinarily in the business world making a small coffee shop into a global empire.
Ralph Lauren is most known for inventing the Polo, creating such an exquisite piece of garment has made him a multibillionaire. He is a man of class and style who’s built his clothing line for the everyday, busy person that wants to easily keep up with fashion.
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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