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3 keys to success that led universally influential people to reach their respective greatness.

Arnold Schwarzenegger's motivational winning mindset comes from his dark past, and his inspiring passions. His do whatever it takes mentality has allowed him to become the Governor of California, Mr Olympia, and The Terminator

Nas

Nas was always focused on the bigger picture, from rough projects, dropping out in grade 8 and his best friend being shot, he let nothing cloud his vision.
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.
Gene Simmons, the over-confident, charismatic, powerful rock-star had a tough life. The stuff he saw as a child ultimately shaped his personality to become that of a bold individual which would soon benefit his career as a rock-star and branding genius.
Tony Hawk easily the most recognizable and often dubbed as the greatest skateboarder of all time. Hawk recognized his passion for the sport at such a young age, but was tested when skateboarding took a dive, find out the mentality he had that led him to persevere.
J.K Rowling is known for the famous Harry Potter series, however, it didn't just shine upon her, the adversity she faced made her one of the strongest women to take on such a successful project.
Captain Serious, Jonathan Toews is simply put, a winner. Since he was young, he has always found ways to make it happen. 2 Stanley Cups, 2 Gold Medals and only 26 years old. Find out what traits led him to being one of the best hockey players in the entire world.
Gene Roddenberry survived 3 plane crashes and persevered through many rejections to create Star Trek.