Bill Gates & Michael Jordan

William Henry Bill Gates III (born October 28, 1955 in Seattle, Washington) is an American business magnate, investor, philanthropist, and author. Michael Jeffrey Jordan (born February 17, 1963) is a retired American professional basketball player, active entrepreneur, and majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. 5.0/5

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An emotional Obama bestows Medals of Freedom to Bill Gates, Michael Jordan, Ellen DeGeneres and more
you think Steve Jobs ever said I'll think about it? Bill Gates? Mark Cuban? Michael Jordan? Natasha Oakley? Devin Brugman?
Record number of people join the billionaires´ club in 2015 including Michael Jordan but Bill Gates remains top of…
As I return from Training others in Atlanta, I realize that everyone will not see your plight to life and prosperity. Just remember that it took one Oprah Winfrey, one Michael Jordan, one Tyler Perry, or one Bill Gates. If you allow others to stop you from becoming the change in your family, you will have to accept the life THEY have for you. Imagine that!!
You will often be judged when you invite them to a challenge group. "You just want my money." (They don't say that when they walk into a gym though.) You will sometimes be told it's a scam when you tell them about the incredible value and power of Shakeology®. "That's too expensive for a shake" (But they don't seem to question the price of a large fresh squeezed orange juice or a whip frappuccino) You will often be told you will never succeed at this. "You've failed at this kind of stuff before." (They don't seem to be so cynical when admiring the success of Bill Gates, Michael Jordan, or Walt Disney - all failures when they first got started.) You can give your power away and allow what "They" say dictate your reality, or you can be the one who shows them why this is such a powerful business model that is growing at over an average of 50% per year since 2008. Be strong. Let's be the ones that prove what we already know.
Things To Know About Bill Gates 1. Bill Gates earns $250 every SECOND, that's about $20 million a DAY and $7.8 billion a YEAR! 2. If he drops a thousand dollars, he won't even bother to pick it up because in the 4 seconds it takes to pick it up, he would have already earned it back. 3. U.S's national debt is about $5.62 trillion. If Bill Gates wants to pay the debt by himself; he will finish it in less then 10 years. 4. He can donate $15 to everyone on earth and still be left with $5 million for his Pocket Money. 5. Michael Jordan is the highest paid athlete in the U.S. If he doesn't drink and eat, and keep his annual income at $30 million, he'll have to wait for 277 years to become as rich as Bill Gates is today. 6. If Bill Gates were a country,he will be the 37th richest country on earth. 7. Bill Gates will be 57 this year. If we assume that he still can live for another 25 years, he has to spend $6.78 million per day to finish his money before his death. 8.Gates told his university teachers he would be ...
THE LEGENDS "I slept on benches and everyday borrowed Rs.20/- from friend to travel film city" - Sharukh khan "I failed in 8th standard" - -SACHIN TENDULKAR "During my secondary school, I was dropped from school basketball team" -MICHAEL JORDAN "I was rejected for the job in ALL INDIA RADIO bcoz of my heavy voice" - AMITABH BACCHAN "I used to work in petrol pump" - - DHIRUBHAI AMBANI "I was rejected in d interview of PILOT" - - ABDUL KALAM "I didn't even complete my university education" - Bill Gates !! "I was a dyslexic kid" - TOM CRUIZE "I struggled academically throughout elementary school" - Dr Ben Carson "I used to serve tea at a shop to support my football training" - Lionel Messi "I used to sleep on the floor in friends'rooms,returning Coke bottles for food, money, and getting weekly free meals at a local temple" -Steve Jobs !! "My teachers used to call me a failure" - Tony Blair "I was in prison for 27 years" - Late President Nelson Mandela and here comes d "THALIVA" (The Boss) "A ...
I use to think that Bill Gates was the smartest man on earth but now I'm totally convinced that Michael Jordan is!! I don't knock anyone who buys his sneakers but let me let u in on a little secret: His shoes use to cost $115-130 and now the exact SAME shoe cost $250-275, this my fellow *** is called "Stupid As A Mf"... Like I said, I do NOT knock anyone that buys his shoes but his marketing skills are genius. Lmmfao
Budd Elliott the Michael Jordan, the Tiger Woods, Steve Jobs, Hulk Hogan, Bill Gates of the media industry.
Incredible webinar with Darren Hardy this afternoon! Insights to Super Success! From the best of the best Jack Welch, Donald Trump, Howard Schultz, Sir Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Charles Schwab, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Michael Dell, Barbara Corcoran, Elon Musk, Will Smith, Gary Vaynerchuk, Steve Jobs, Dave Ramsey, Joel Osteen, Sara Blakely, Tony Hawk, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Warren Buffet and Tony Robbins. What this people have in common is: 1.- They believe that the size of your life will be determine by the size of the problems you solve. 2.- They surrounded, hire, associate and strength their weaknesses with the right like minded people. 3.- Hard work. 4.- Insane focus and learn to say "no". 5.- They engage and enjoy failure. 6.- They continuously seek for personal growth.
I have failed so many times ... just like Michael Jordan, and Bill Gates, and Larry Ellison, and Oprah Winfrey, and Warren Buffet, and President Obama.
1. Michael Jordan is the best basket ball player ever! 2. Kendrick Lamar is the best rapper Alive! 3. Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the best actors known! 4. Oprha Winfrey and Bill Gates are Billionaires! 5. Chirs brown is the most talked about dancer around! 6. Michael Jackson is the King of Pop! 7. Beyonce is the best Female R&B artist! 8. R. Kelly is the best R&B singer! 9. Barack Obama is the best president we ever had! 10. Derrick Rose, Kobe and Lebron is the best basket ball players right now! 11. Miley Cyrus is so awesome! 12. Justin Bieber is doing it up right now! 13. Floyd Mayweather never lost a fight.! 14. Beats are the best head phones! 15. PS4 is the best game station we have! 16. My girlfriend's so awesome, she bought this and bought me that! I lover her! 17. My Husband/Wife is my world! 18. My friends are all I need! 19. Lambos and Rose Royce are the best cars! 20. The Pacres are going to win it all! 21. Derrick Rose has to come back! He is! Can't wait until next year! 22. OH Terrence Howard ...
They called us derogatory names like nerds in the 80s, then more respectfully, geeks, in the 90s, but deep down in our heart, we all secretly want to be Michael Jordan or Richie Blackmore instead of Bill Gates or von Neumann. Nay, von Neumann is cool. If I can have his brain for just one day, I am more than happy to give up one year of my life.
Just wanna share.. Growing your money for your future is not a joke. Naks! The moment I take Action to join Bo Sanchez Truly Rich Club and start investing in the Stock Market is really a big change for me. My every payday is not another expense day anymore but rather another investing day. CoCoL(Coffee Coffee Lang) while buying stocks gives me not only a feeling of good financial future for my self but also a vision of me extending this wealth through Godly works. The formula Income-Savings=Expenses instead of Income-Expenses=Savings, really works for me. Starting early is not as hard as we think. Waiting for the right time? It may not come, until you realize you should have started early. Make a mess & fail sometimes. Cause one error today may be a double or triple success tomorrow.. think of how many failures happened to famous scientists and personalities like Einstein, Edison,Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Michael Jordan and many more.. they all made a mistakes before they capture success.. Hope you also ...
Three POWERFUL SECRET BEHIND ALL SUCCESSES IN LIFE ¤DESIRE: You need to WANT your dream from the depths of Your Soul. Many People Don't Achieve Their Dreams Because They Don't Want It Bad Enough! ¤BELIEF: Belief is nothing else but a feeling of certainty. The more certain you feel that you can accomplish your dream, the faster you can make them a reality. 'Many people don't achieve their DREAMS because in their heart of Hearts, they doubt they can really do it' ¤ACTION: Albert Einstein said, "Nothing happens unless something moves." Successful people aren't the most knowledgeable people on earth. 'Many people don't achieve their dreams because they know BUT they don't act' Look at the Champions of the World today -- from Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods to Bill Gates to the late Mother Teresa -- and you'll discover these three simple Secrets operating in their lives. Think about this!
One night, a Delta twin-engine puddle jumper was flying somewhere above New Jersey. There were five people on board: the pilot, Michael Jordan, Bill Gates, the Dali Lama, and a hippie. Suddenly, an illegal oxygen generator exploded loudly in the luggage compartment, and the passenger cabin began to fill with smoke. The cockpit door opened, and the pilot burst into the compartment. "Gentlemen," he began, "I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that we're about to crash in New Jersey. The good news is that there are four parachutes, and I have one of them!" With that, the pilot threw open the door and jumped from the plane. Michael Jordan was on his feet in a flash. "Gentlemen," he said, "I am the world's greatest athlete. The world needs great athletes. I think the world's greatest athlete should have a parachute!" With these words, he grabbed one of the remaining parachutes, and hurtled through the door and into the night. Bill Gates rose and said, "Gentlemen, I am the world's smartest man. The wo ...
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Mistakes.Error.or plain stupidity. Successful people experience failure in their Life.Remember Steve Job of Apple, Bill Gates of Microsoft, Walt Disney of Disney, Legend Michael Jordan, Thomas Edison , the great inventor and more.
When things don't go your way you're ready to give up!! PEOPLE ARE SO BACKWARDS!! But you'd rather listen to people tell you what to do and let them have it their way instead of it being vice versa!! THIS WORLD WE LIVE IN. Everything didn't go Oprah Winfreys, Michael Jordan's, Michael Jackson's, Bill Gates and many mores way when they first started either. You think they just woke up one day and was successful??? *** NO! THEY WANTED SUCCESS AS BAD AS THEY WANTED TO BREATHE!! IF YOU FEEL LIKE IM TALKING ABOUT YOU ITS BECAUSE I AM!! IF YOU DON'T FEEL LIKE THAT I SALUTE YOU FOR CONTINUING TO LIVE OUT YOUR DREAM!!! HOW BAD DO YOU WANT IT IS THE QUESTION!!!
Luck is a word the unsuccessful make up & use to help themselves cope with watching others become successful while they remain average & mediocre because they are too scared to go after what they want. Luck is BS. People are where they are because they work their butt off. You’re eating, sleeping, partying, celebrating. while the successful are working to turn their dreams into realities. Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Donald Trump, Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Lebron James, Mark Zuckerberg.. Yeah.. Guess they all just got lucky. Success, whatever it means to you.. Takes time, effort, sacrifice, long days & nights, physical emotional & mental pain. A lot of people look @ you funny. A lot of close friends & family will try to deviate you from the path you’re on. They are just scared.. They are scared because deep down what if you are right. What if you become the next big thing… What if you tried to tell them & they didn’t believe you, they didn’t follow you.. & then it happens & YOU ar ...
Albert Estein, Isaac Newton, Steven Job, Martin Luther Jr., Bill Gates, Osama Bin Laden, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Michael Jordan, Usain Bolt, Aliko Dangote, Nelson Mandela; but how would you loved to be remembered?
Here you go folks... The next time you ignore an Introvert, as if they are second class, ignorant, unsociable people... Study your History! Famous Introverts: Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Joe Dimaggio, Mohandas Gandhi, Moses, Abraham Lincoln, J.K.Rowling, Audrey Hepburn, Sir Issac Newton, George Orwell, W.B. Yeats, Steve Wozniak (Brain behind Apple), Dale Carnegie, Steven Spielberg (Directed 1st Columbo episode as a kid), Larry Page (co-founder of Google), Charles Darwin, Clint Eastwood, Michael Jordan, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, Charles Schulz, Thomas Edison, and many many more. It's plain to see, that Introverts are always in your life, where ever you acknowledge it or not. From the computer you use, to the electricity in your home, to the phone you use, and the movies you enjoy... You would have none of these, without the Introvert... whom is always "thinking" and "observing" while the extroverts run their mouth contributing very little to society. Examples of Extroverts.. Bill Clinton (Liar ...
Bill Gates on the Anti-Aging Industry by Michael Jordan, Ph.D. The News about Nuskin Just Keeps Getting Better and Better!! If You want to Life Better Longer... I'm just a click away Recently, Bill Gates predicted that anti-aging/prevention will be one of the fastest growing industries over the next 10+ years. Gates also stated that AgeLOC (from Nu Skin) is the only suite of products proven to reverse aging at the genetic level. Now, I don't know about you but when Bill Gates speaks, I listen. Time to find out more about Nu Skin, AgeLOC? I'd say soHere are some of the observations that Gates made on Nu Skin/AgeLOCStature and sustainability of the company, quality of the management:a) 28 years history, never missed a distributor check, weathered and vanquished many legal attacks;b) Listed on NYSE, so completely transparent (Market America listed in 1994, founder was sued over the IPO, taken back private in 2001);c)Called "the Apple of anti-aging" by investment service Motley Fool;d) Two American Busin ...
Since I have been living in the U.S all these years I have been witnessing numerous great, and unpleasant American History but most of all I learned a lot from all of these experiences: -. NBA Suspended Dennis Rodman indefinitely for kicking cameraman -. NFL Running back and Convicted Criminal OJ Simpson -. SF Giants Barry Bond signed record $22.9M 2 year contract -. Microsoft announced it would invest $150 million in Apple Computer Inc -. Bill Gates got a pie thrown in his face in Brussels Belgium -. President Clinton faced sexual harassment and says "I want to say one thing to the American people I did not have sexual relations with that women, Miss Lewinsky" -. Google was launched -. US movie box office hit record $6.24 billion for year -. President Bill Clinton began his impeachment trial in the Senate -. Michael Jordan announced his retirement only to return in 2001 -. Year 2K -. You could start to using GPS after restricted was lifted by President Clinton -. The First lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton i ...
Last year I read a book called "Outliers" by Malcolm Gladwell. The author makes a convincing case that most every successful person, artist or athlete made it to the top of their field or profession through hard work, persistence, and a few lucky breaks. He acknowledges the talent and potential was there too, but that hard work, specifically 10,000 hours of immersion in their field of choice helped them rise to the top... Have you complemented your child today on his/her persistence and hard work? Self discipline and drive will ultimately be more important than early successes. And this level of success is rarely achieved until someone finds something they are deeply passionate about (i.e. Bill Gates- computers, Mozart-music, Michael Jordan- basketball). Otherwise a person would never be able to spend the 10,000 hours that is required to become an "outlier." "What's the Conscious Parenting point?" you may wonder. Don't mistake verbally 'pushing' a child to develop these skills to 'pulling' a child along w ...
Bill Gates has bought a home in Wellington Wellington is the first town I lived in after leaving St. Louis Wellington is beautiful and expensive, that's old money out there. And Bill Gates moving there proves .lol Thats ok cause We have Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, Serena Williams and a few more celebs in the Palm Gardens/Juno/Jupiter area
So u want to get a degree, why, let me tell u what society will tell you. It increases your chances of getting a job, provides you with an opportunity to be successful your life will be less stressful, education is the key. Now lest look at the statistics Steve Jobs networth 7 billion R.I.P, Richard Branson networth 4.2 billion, Oprah Winfrey 2.7 billion, Mark Zuckenbury, Henry Ford, Bill Gates. Looking at this individual what’s your conclusion. Either of them in being successful graduated from a higher learning institution, now some of you will protest like you know money is the only mediums in which you measure success, some of you will even huv the nerve to say I don’t do it for the money. So what you studying for, to work for a charity. Need more clarity let’s look at the statistics. Jesus, Muhammad, Socrates, Molcom X, Mother Teresa, spliesberg, Sharespeare, Muhammad Ali, Sean Carter, Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, were either of these people unsuccessful or uneducated. All I’m saying is i ...
Bill Gates was not the sharpest one amongst his friends when they all started studyin the computer…but he said, he was the one that stayed back after classes to spent more hours than the rest on the computer ,, ,,,Michael Jordan was not the best player in his team when they all started..he was amongst the worse……but he said he stayed back on the court after all have gone home to train a little harder everyday…..and because he set himself on fire in the hidden, when he came out the world was rushing to see the man on fire… …..the world is attracted always to the man on fire ….to set urself on on fire in whatever u do….u must be on the tin everyday
If I could have a lil casual, roundtable dinner with 3 people it would have to be with Jeezy, Bill Gates and Michael Jordan.
What do Abraham Lincoln, Henry Ford, Henry John Heinz, Walt Disney, Milton Hershey, Soichiro Honda, Akio Morita, Bill Gates, Harland David Sanders, and Donald Trump have in common? They were all failures at some time in their life. For most, the climb to the top is plagued with adversity, stress, and a sense of self-doubt. Albert Einstein couldn’t speak until he was four or write until he was seven, making his teachers think he was handicapped. He was even expelled from school but ended up winning the Nobel Prize for physics. Thomas Edison was considered too stupid to do anything and was fired from the first few jobs he took. Oprah Winfrey was an abused child and got fired from her first TV job because “she was unfit to TV,” and Michael Jordan couldn’t even make his school basketball team. Yes it’s a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll, as the lyrics of ACDC go. The old adage “good judgment comes from experience and most of that comes from making bad judgments,” makes sense – ...
Not everyone can be Ben Carson. Not everyone can be Michael Jordan. Not everyone can be Barack Obama. Not everyone can be Bill Gates.
IF YOU WANT TO HIDE SOMETHING FROM A BLACK MAN, PUT IT INSIDE A BOOK Schooling process in Nigeria actually discourage creativity by telling you that if you don't get good grades you won't excel in the real world but the world around us has changed, but this orientation hasn't. Getting good education and making good grades no longer ensures success. Schools were designed to produce good employees instead of employers. Look at our environment there is no longer job securities even the people with 1st class and 2nd upper degrees are not recognised in our society. If about 300 Ph.D holders can apply for the post of Trailer Driver under Dangote our sense should tell us that there is something wrong. Look at Michael Jordan and Madonna even Bill Gates, who dropped out of Havard, founded Microsoft. Our own Prof. Wole Soyinka graduated with 3rd class degree and so on. Our current educational system focuses on preparing today's youth to get good grades by developing scholastic skills. They study to becom ...
the most progressive period in one's life comes when they run through 3rd, 4th and 5th house lord dasha or planets sitting in 3rd, 4th or 5th house. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Yash Chopra, Tom Cruise, Mark Cubne, Michael Dell, Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Michael Jordan, David Backhem, Barak Obama and the list goes on and on.
John D. Rockefeller who founded "Standard Oil" in 1870 was and still is the richest man to have ever lived...to put into perspective HOW loaded he was, his net worth of about $340 billion is equivalent to the entire fortunes of... Bill Gates times 5 Warren Buffet times 7 Steve Jobs times 28 Mark Zuckerberg times 34 Michael Jordan times 680 Jay-Z times 715 Elvis Presley times 1133 Mitt Romney times 1360 ...and you thought you knew what swag was.
Greatness in our materialistic world is defined as fame, popularity, scholastic or economic achievement, and notoriety. GREATNESS MAY RESULT FROM THESE QUALITIES, BUT THEY ARE NOT THE DEFINITION OF GREATNESS. Greatness may best be defined by the people throughout history whom we consider great. Among those who would be considered great in the context of their influence and impact on human society are such names as Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther, Martin Luther King, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, George Washington Carver, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Mahatma Gandhi, Henry Ford, Bill Gates, Walt Disney, Alexander Graham Bell, Albert Einstein, Babe Ruth, Jesse Owens, Florence Nightingale, Helen Keller, Pablo Picasso, Sam Walton, Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, the Wright Brothers, Steven Jobs, and Bessie Coleman.
Do you often find that you do not have enough time to do things? Say you scheduled 3 tasks to do for today. You start off the day full of zest and confidence to tackle those 3 tasks. At the end of the day, you found that you barely even completed the first task because there were other things that were demanding for your attention instead. The first and most important thing you need to recognize in time management is you essentially have the same amount of time as everyone else in the world. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, and every single person in this world have 24 hours everyday, 365 days a year, just like you do. Time cannot be a limited commodity because it is always right there, unfolding every second in front of you. There is no time to manage. Time is just what it is. You cannot arrange your ‘time’, make an hour shorter or longer than it already is, or make it faster or slower. Time is an artificial human construct The concept of time is just an artifical ...
Just saw a headline that was asking "Who is the next Steve Jobs?" While the man did change the modern world and all. and being called "the next" can be flattering. I have to ask why anyone would ever want to be the "next" anyone or anything? Steve Jobs was Steve Jobs because he did stuff via his own vision. There never will be another one, because if there was it would mean that they are following in his footsteps rather than invent a new path... as he did. Same thing applies to Muhammad Ali, Ronald Reagan, Vince Mcmahon, Ted Turner, Michael Jordan, Mike Tyson, Bill Gates and Shigeru Miyamoto. There will never be a "next" of any one of these people... because they are one of a kind people. Don't ever aim to be the "next" anybody. Be the first "you". That's my angle.
Why is my hometown, so freakin fake/following/ignorant? Why? This has baffled me since I was about 15 yrs old. Bill Cosby, Michael Jordan, Bill Gates, Oprah, etc., have expressed concern for the lack of common since and the intolerable "make it rain, but I don't read" mindset: across the board. WTH??
Highly-successful people love to work. All athletes who reached the top of their game, including Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods, practised for 12-15 hours per day to reach their skill levels. Bill Gates worked 20-hour days for years. Thomas Edison, who wanted to extend his own work hours, built thousands of unworkable light bulbs before discovering one that let him work at night. Friends let's work hard and God...
Some people say that high school is the best time of your life. I don't think Bill Gates and Michael Jordan feel that way.
Don't let others determine your worth. You alone are the determiner of your worth and therefore your destiny. This can be seen by casting an eye back to some of the most famous people today, who were told they would never achieve their dreams: Henry Ford, FW Woolworth; Soichiro Honda, Bill Gates; Walt Disney, Albert Einstein, Socrates, Isaac Newton, Robert Sternberg, Thomas Edison, Orville and Wilbur Wright, Oprah Winfrey, Abraham Lincoln, Fred Astaire, Sidney Poitier, Charlie Chaplin, Oliver Stone, Vincent Van Gogh, Charles Schultz, Steven Spielberg, Stephen King, JK Rowling, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Ludwig van Beethoven, Michael Jordan and Babe Ruth.
Respected and well known people such as Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Robert Kiyosaki, Danny Glover, Kurt Warner, Laywer milloy, Michael Jordan even Bill Clinton to name a few have ALL said or believe my line of business is the SMARTEST way to create ongoing residual wealth and get financially independent & is and will continue to be the business of the 21st century!! With that said anyone who is not simple minded and is currently looking for something better in their lives and for their future and wants to see a business that can create an AMAZING lifestyle for them and their family I will be in Lake Tapps, WA area tonight from 8pm-9:30 presenting what is called one of the most GENIUS business models ever invented!! Seating is limited and doors will close strictly at 8:00so Inbox me if you plan to show up. Full address is: 4218 227TH AVENUE CT E BUCKLEY, WA 98321 (City is Buckley but it is right near Tapps Island entrance) Going to be an incredible night so don't be one that misses out on what could be a HU ...
Challenges are the stepping stones to success Every single mogul such as Bill Gates, successful TV personality such as Oprah Winfrey, or basketball star such as Michael Jordan did not have "obstacles" or "problems" along the way to success. Instead they had challenges. Challenges imply a solution. Each challenge overcome brings you one step closer to success. Do you believe it? You too can!
John Lennon, Jack Nicolson, Ben Franklin, John F. Kennedy, Joan Rivers, Ludwig van Beethoven, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Bill Cosby, Dwight Eisenhower, Prince Charles, Steven Speilberg, Walt Disney, Babe Ruth, Whoopi Goldberg, Magic Johnson, Elvis Presley, Will Smith, Michael Jordan, Bruce Jenner, Robin Williams, Pete Rose, Angelina Jolie, Michael Phelps, Ty Pennington, Do you know what they all have in common? They all have ADHD. Successful, Brilliant, Creative, Hard working, Talented people with energy and drive. If you know someone with ADHD or have it yourself, don't let it get you down. Don't let it define you!
Saying you don't have time is such a lazy excuse. You're given the same amount of time in a day as Michael Jordan, ...
Just remember Michael Jordan didn't make his highschool basketball team Just remember Mark Twain didn't pass elementary school Just remember Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard Just remember Walt Disney was fired as a newspaper editor because "he lacked imagination and had no good ideas" Just remember Albert Einstein didn't speak until he was four Just remember Thomas Edison was told by his teachers he was "too stupid to learn anything" Just remember Abraham Lincoln went to war as a Captain and came back demoted to the lowest rank of Private Just remember VP *** Cheney flunked out of Yale twice Just remember just because you fail at first doesn't mean you won't succeed after a few more tries. Don't be afraid to prove people wrong. Real Deep Wisdom by Doc
If being a "successful" Harvard MBA businessman is a why we need Romney as President then *** happened to the economy under President George W Bush - the very FIRST MBA "successful" businessman (Harvard) President ever? Next if being a "successful" businessman is why we should elect a person President then we could elect Donald Trump (WHO INHERITED WHAT IS EQUAL TO APPROX $200-$300 MILLION IN 2012 $'s) - technically he is MORE successful and wealthier than Romney or how about either of the Koch Brothers (WHO INHERITED THE FAMILY BUSINESS WHICH AS ALREADY A BILLION DOLLAR BUSINESS WHILE EACH INHERITED WHAT IS EQUAL TO OVER A FEW HUNDRED MILLION IN 2012 $'s) . Then we can move on to this group of Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Larry Ellison, Warren Buffet, Sean Combs, Jay Z, Michael Jordan, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas = all of them are successful businessmen who are SELF MADE in regards to having a greater net wealth than Romney by as little as a few HUNDRED MILLION to a few TENS OF BILLIONS ;). This guy on t ...
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Jocks vs Nerds - Michael Jordan having "retired," with $40 million in endorsements, makes $178,100 a day, working or not. - If he sleeps 7 hours a night, he makes $52,000 every night while visions of sugarplums dance in his head. - If he wanted to save up for a new Acura NSX ($90,000) it would take him a whole 12 hours. However... - If Jordan saves 100% of his income for the next 450 years, he'll still have less than Bill Gates has today.
Don't say you want something, if you not willing to go out and get it. Bill Gates and Steve Jobs want to change the world, and look at where they ended up. They didn't wait for it to come to them, they went out and got it. Michael Jordan didn't wait for greatness, he went out, worked hard every day and got it. Tupac didn't wait to prove he was the greatest rapper alive, he want out and proved it. So you know what, I'm going to prove just how great I truly am, I can wait when I'm dead. I'm going leave my mark on this world.
Elin and Tiger Woods were married on October 5, 2004, at the island nation of Barbados. The overall expenditure on their wedding was $US 1.5 million. Tiger rented the entire Sandy Lane resort including its luxury hotel, its beachfront resort area, its two golf courses and their clubhouses. The ceremonies took place inside a pagoda on the resort grounds, festooned with a reported 500 red roses that Tiger had flown in. Nordegren wore an off-white sleeveless gown and Woods wore a beige suit. There were around 120 guests who attended the ceremony, with basketball stars Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley, and even stars like Bill Gates and Oprah Winfrey. The reception following the wedding ceremony saw rock band Hootie and the Blowfish perform. Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren separated in December, 2009, as it was revealed that Tiger had participated in a number of extramarital affairs.
32. Bill Gates lost $40 billion in 18 months, Donald Trump declared bankruptcy, and Michael Jordan didn't make his hig...
Bill Gates was mentored by Ed Roberts Michael Jordan: Phil Jackson Warren Buffett: Ben Graham Slim Helu: Julian Slim Helu Mark Zuckerberg: Steve Jobs, Don Graham, Sean Parker The road to success can take you many places. Save yourself some time and get a GPS for your life.
What if Albert Einstein had given up? What if Colonel Sanders had given up? What if Martin Luther King, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs or Michael Jordan had given up? You'd have had absolutely NO CLUE who these names belong to. They're all regular people LIKE US and they did NOT give up. So why should YOU ?
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Competence gives confidence." - Competence connotes specialty; developed ability - skill. It is your competence that determines your identity. In other words you will have no identity until you are competent at something. This is the idea. When you mention Michael Jordan, you say Basketball. When you mention Jay Jay Okocha, you say Football. When you mention Mike Tyson, you say Boxing. When you mention Bill Gates, you say Microsoft. When you mention Richard Branson, you say Virgin conglomerate.
You ever wonder like I could be sitting next to the next Bill Gates or Michael Jordan or tom Brady or Will Smith
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