Ten people who made a small beginning and achieved big in life
Many people turned their failures into extraordinary success. After knowing the struggling life stories of people, you will discover that achievement is achievable for anyone despite circumstances and challenges.
A successful movie star and a cultural icon Rajnikanth was born in an impoverished family. He performed many blue collar jobs along with his studies in the Madras and Bangalore. He does the jobs also includes that of carpenter and bus conductor. During his struggling days he came across an advertisement offering acting classes and started his journey with that, and during that course of time, he was recognized by Tamil director. Today Rajinikanth is a name in itself who believes that miracles do happen.
Dhirubhai Ambani, the founder of Reliance, was not from the affluent background. He was just sixteen when he moved abroad and started working as a clerk. He returned back and partnered with his friend to set up a business, however, he splits up his partnership with him but did not give up hope. He after that decided to enter stock market and had a huge success. He is actually a role model for all people.
#8. MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni, a well-known name today is known as the world’s best finisher and most successful wicketkeeper. His journey from a small town ticket collector to Indian cricket team captain is remarkable. He hails from a middle-class family and to support them he took a job as a ticket examiner or TTE. During that time he selected for Indian cricket team in the year 2004. Today he is a captain of IPL 2018 winner team CSK.
#7. Dr. Abdul Kalam
Dr. Abdul Kalam was 11th President of India and faced many odds in his life. He was from a low-income family and started to work at an early age to contribute to his father’s income. He was not a right student in his school but works tirelessly for every task given to him. After that, he joined DRDO as a scientist and also went on to head the party.
#6. Amitabh Bachchan
Amitabh Bachchan‘s quick rise and sudden downfall is very well known to everybody. His career dropped with his production house and was bankrupt but never gave up. The time when he was at the peak of crucial juncture, he again rose with a bang with the arrival of KBC. He proved that nothing is impossible and you can earn anything in life by your skills and your attitude.
#5. Narayana Murthy
Narayana Murthy is the father of Indian IT sector , who struggled much to achieve the status. His first venture was Softronics which failed miserably within a year after the launch. After that, he joined Patni Computer Systems and worked for about five years. After that, he founded Infosys with six software professionals with the help of the capital provided b his wife. Today Infosys is known to be the fifth largest traded company and third largest Indian IT service company.
#4. Vijay Shekhar Sharma
Vijay Shekhar Sharma, the founder of Paytm, tasted his success the hardest way as nothing approaches easily for him. He is a self-taught programmer who graduated as an engineer at the age of 19 and struggled all through the way to success. Today he is a billionaire, but yet he is down to earth man and lives his life as an ordinary man.
#3. Sindhu Tai Sapkal
Sindhu Tai Sapkal is a woman who gave up her biological child so that her adopted child should not suffer. When she was just nine, she was married to a 30 years old cattle herder. At the age of twenty, she deserted by her husband. Today she is recognized as the mother of orphans as she adopted, raised as well as nurtured about 1000 orphaned kids so that they can live a better life.
#2. Nawazuddin Siddique
Nawazuddin Siddique is recognized as one of the best Bollywood actors, even though he belongs to the family of farmers. He always dreamt of being a successful actor but do not have good looks. He did not give up and started his journey by joining a theatre group. Lack of money made him to choose a job of a watchman . After that he got some small offers, he kept struggling and got success by getting a chance in Peepli Live.
#1. Prem Ganpathy
Prem Ganapathy was only 17 years old when he left his family without informing them. He heads towards Mumbai with the hope of work and in search of a job. He turned his misfortune into opportunity and struggled his way up. Today he is the owner of Dosa Plaza a multi-crore business.
These genuinely inspiring Indian personalities have different background and different mission. They followed what they believed and achieved their goals towards success.