Starting your own small business and making it a worldwide company, is not easy at it sounds. This is known as entrepreneurship. There are lots of personals that we can take as entrepreneurs who have achieved their targets and have conquered the world. Among the world’s best entrepreneurs Bill Gates holds a noble title. Some critics may see him as a modern day robber but to the majority of the world he is a great inventor, a great programmer, and an ambitious businessmen. He was able to establish his company and convert it from a two man operation to a multibillion dollar company within 25 years.
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His business mind and his passion of programming lead him to invent new things and for brainstorming ideas which changed his life as well as the computering world. Bill Gates life took a dramatic change when a new student was enrolled to his school. He was the son of a senior programmer in Computer Centre Corporation. (CCC) Gates and his friends were giver the opportunity to figure out the problems and defects in the CCC system security, because this company was suffering a big financial loss due to hackers. Gates didn’t think twice before agreeing to their deal because this opportunity lead him and his friends to have endless time to carry on their programming experiments which they didn’t get from the school. This was the beginning of the bond between CCC and Bill Gates. Since that day Bill Gates worked for the CCC. HE created software for CCC hand in hand with Paul Allen. In 1971 they created a software of a payroll sheet. Gates sold a software to reduce traffic when he was 15 years old to the value of $20,000. Even though Bill Gates got admission to Harvard University, he was never keen on following that path. He was only interested in establishing his own software company with Paul Allen. His plan became successful when …show more content…
He is passionate person and his story his great advice for all others. That is why I chose Bill Gates as the person to analyze on the topic of “A well-known Entrepreneur”. The things I learned through this assessment is really valuable. As I looked through the Life and journey of Bill Gates I learned that you should never give up on your dreams, not even when you are fed up and you are tired. That last moment when you feel the urge to give up is the moment that you should push yourself and try more harder in order to achieve your dreams. Bill Gates had a dream of developing Software since his childhood. But he didn’t have resources at that time. I would have given up on my dreams. But Bill Gates was a different kind of a person. He didn’t give up when he didn’t have resources to produce an operating system for IBM. However, he found a way and he was able to produce a operating system for IBM Company. That was the key turning point in his life. If he had given up on his dreams there would have not been Windows for us to use today. As Bill Gates says “ Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people and thinking they can’t lose”. Learn from this great character take notes in to your life and make way to achieving goals in your life and to making success a part of your life in order to make it
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Entrepreneurs controlled the Gilded Age creating a growing economy with booming businesses and yet this has not changed over the years. John Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie can be compared to those with the names Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. Multibillionaires, who know what the consumers desire, is what these men are best at. They knew and now know business well enough to be able to control our country’s’ economy. However, these successful business men do not do it together.
Carnegie and Warren started early in the world of business; different hustles but the same concept; getting money. Both of the men had someone they were compared to in their centuries; Rockefeller being Carnegie’s comparative and Bill Gates being
He could have easily just said I am tired of having to get up at night or I do not feel like working on a program for someone else, but he did not. He keep looking for other computer labs and other things to work on. He had to put in lots of hours, and he did not do it for the money because back then the only payment he would get is some free computer time. His passion is what made him successful. His no quit attitude and dream to make his own computers are why Bill Gates is a
Andrew Carnegie was a self made millionaire who had philanthropist ideals which were visible through the millions of dollars donated to public services such as education and libraries. This would categorize him as a Captain of Industry for his contribution to the people. Bill Gates should also be identified as a member of this classification for his endless charity. Although he is an extremely wealthy man, he has funded many organizations that are of benefit to the general public and those in desperate need. Raised from humble roots, Andrew Carnegie came from a poor home in Dunfermline, Scotland.
Bill Gates was a wealthy man who might have been greedy and only in for the money. He was also a generous man who employed a lot of people and donated $40 million. Most revered critics believe that Cornelius Vanderbilt was a Robber Baron. For example, he was never known to engage in philanthropic activities
“If you fall behind, run faster, never give up, never surrender and fight until the end”- Jesse Jackson. This concept of staying strong even when something hard and never let someone else get into your head has a direct relationship with Steve Jobs like no other. Steve Jobs shared how his biggest downfalls lead to his greatest peaks during his “Stanford 2005 Commencement Address.” Some may say that Jobs’ successes define him, however it was his challenges that defined him because it erected his love for calligraphy and technology, it fostered his creativity, and taught him to appreciate each day like it was his last. Steve Jobs went to Reed College and dropped out during the first six months because, he thought that college was too expensive and he did not like the classes he was talking at the time.
There are some people that with their monstrous abilities make giant progress and achieve success, getting on the top. This phenomenon is called Underdog and we can say that takes place now days but are very rare people who build their empires and didn’t ever lose them, but such examples are extremely very rare. This happens in fairytales and movies but there are also those who are intoxicated with ambition and commitment and raise in reality their personal kingdoms. Here we can mention the founders of the biggest multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products which includes online advertising technologies , search , cloud computing and software(Google) : Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D students at Stanford University. For this company they are working 57.148 employees and total equity in 2014 goes to 104.5 billion dollars.
Introduction The founder of Microsoft doesn’t need and introduction. Bill Gates is one of the wealthiest person in the world. He is well known for his harsh “do as I say, not as I do,” leadership style in the workplace. He was a visionary, and his vision was to build a company or product that would forever change the world The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation were created by them both .Their
My famous entrepreneur is Russell Simmons. Simmons grew up in a middle class home in Queens, New York. His birthday is October 4th, 1957. He went to the City College of New York. Russell Simmons is known for very many things such as RushCard, Phat Farm, Argyleculture, American Classics, etc.
Conrad Hill once said “You are always a student, never a master. You have to keep moving forward.” Steve Jobs reiterates this during his 2005 Stanford graduating class commencement speech. In it, Jobs talks to the graduates about his experiences and how they apply to the concept of never giving up. By guiding the audience through events in his life, Jobs encourages them to keep moving forward, and to never settle with what’s been given to them.
How to Achieve Success The term of success appears frequently in public notice and it spurs extensive interests in public. Everybody wants to achieve success, but the fact is that not everyone can make it even though he or she has tried his or her best. Then it comes to a question - how to make it? Does it depend on opportunity or any other features?