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Welcome to motivational Impulse Today we are going to decode 7 Keys To Your Successful Future from the life of 7 great personalities of the world uncovering their unsung stories which are truly inspirational.
So let's glimpse the nuggets of wisdom number one Colonel Sanders is well known as the icon and founder of the brand Kentucky Fried Chicken KFC would you believe that Colonel Sanders only started pitching his secret chicken recipe to restaurants at the age of 66 and with only 105 dollars from his Social Security?
Everyone thought he was senile, but our Colonel bravely charged into the battlefield of business and prevailed. Colonel Sanders was a great example that success is not dependent on how your new start or how much money you have to begin with.
His inspirational quote was " I Was 66 years old. I still had to make the living I looked at my Social Security check of 105 dollars and decided to use that to try to franchise my chicken recipe. Folks had always liked my chicken". number 2 Vincent Van Gogh Did you know that the famous artist Vincent Van Gogh only sold ONE painting to a close friend during his lifetime? That was not because of the lack of paintings.
He painted well over 800 pieces of work during his lifetime Vincent van Gogh was considered an epic failure while he was alive He was tormented with years of mental illness depression and poverty. What kept him going was his deep love of nature and the firm belief of the power behind the beauty of nature. his elixir of love he poured into his work resulted in internationally acclaimed pieces of art with price tags running into millions of dollars, albeit posthumously.
He unveiled his secret of producing the masterpieces with this motivational quote: "Loved many things for therein lies the true strength and whosoever loves much performs much and can accomplish much and What is done in love is done well" number three Warren Buffett has been a legend in the investment world, with uncanny eyes for deals that made him a multi-billionaire.
There are tons of written stories about Warren Buffett’s investment prowess and how he made killings with his investment strategies. The hidden gem to Warren Buffett's success is that he loves to read. He admitted to amassing a great wealth of knowledge through reading every day.
But he brushed it aside as an unfair advantage by saying "Everybody can read what I read. It is a level playing field" However, have you come across a wildly successful person who can say this: " I just sit in my office and read all day" number four Colin Powell: Colin Powell was a successful soldier, diplomat, and States person. He has an illustrious military career, climbing to the highest rank of a 4-star general by the age of 52. He served under George W. Bush as the Secretary of State and became America’s top Diplomat.
That was an awe-inspiring feat for an African American to achieve as no others have come even close. His authoritative decisiveness was his trademark. His covert weapon of success was his 40/70 rule about which he quoted: "If you can apply the 40/70 rule, you’ll be successful at whatever you choose to do. You only need 40% to 70% of the information to make the decision". number five Bill Gates has been one of the world's top billionaires with a net worth of about 100 billion dollars.
Yet he has openly admitted that he does not like to spend a lot of money on clothes and jewelry. He walks the talk by wearing a $10 watch and flying economy for all official purposes He even washed the dishes at home every night for his family rather than waste electricity on the dishwasher.
Bill Gates understood meaningful freedom that came with desiring millions of dollars. However, he shared that: "Once you get much beyond that I have to tell you it's the same hamburger". For Bill Gates. His compelling secret was not to be obsessed with money. He said “Money has no utility to me beyond a certain point.” number 6 Thomas Edison did not stand out for his intelligence as his teachers belittled him as too stupid to learn anything.
Yet later in life, Thomas Edison became famous for his many inventions With more than 1,000 patents under his belt. Among his countless inventions, he was particularly famous for his relentless research on the construction of the electric light bulb. When asked why he failed more than 10,000 times, his mind-blowing answer became engraved in history as the epitome of embracing failure, which was " I have not failed.
I have just found 10,000 ways that won't work" number 7 Jesus Christ The Holy Bible is effectively a widely read biography of Jesus Christ. Jesus started his ministry with 12 disciples named the Apostles. The Christian movement has since grown to about 2.3 million people worldwide in 2020 or about 29% of the world’s population. A Noteworthy event was when his disciples were arguing among themselves as to who was the greatest amongst them. Jesus grilled into them that the heavenly key to greatness was to serve the interest of others above self.
If you observe the character of many successful people, they held true to the key principle as expounded by Jesus when he said: "For even the Son of man did not come to be served, but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many." So let's summarize the seven secret keys to success. According to Colonel Sanders, "Never use it or lack of money as an excuse" According to Vincent Van Gogh, "Love what you are doing" According to Warren Buffet, "Cultivate lifelong learning".
According to Colin Powell," Be decisive using the 40/70 rule" According to Bill Gates, "Never make money be the end-goal in life" According to Thomas Edison, "Embrace failure ". According to Jesus Christ, "Service Above Self" So which code you are going to apply in your life now? Share with us in the comment box. If you got really motivated ! then please hit like and subscribe to this channel as we are coming with more inspiring videos like this one. Till then Be Positive, Be Motivated.