Napoleon Hill is one of the first people to ever study the subject of success. He has made more people rich and successful than any other man before him. His work is now used by motivational speakers, businessmen, and self-help gurus all over the world.
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.
Howard Schultz, the owner of Starbucks once lived in the slums, but his perspectives and beliefs ultimately allowed him to find a way out, and thrive extraordinarily in the business world making a small coffee shop into a global empire.
Dealing with dyslexia and being known by his peers as an uneducated kid, Sir Richard Branson broke through the stereo types and proved to his friends, the world, and himself that as long as you believe in your visions you can do anything.
Steve Jobs, possibly the greatest visionary and innovator of the 21st Century had the right dose of passion, drive, and intuition to turn Apple into a global success. He was a dreamer, a doer, and most importantly, a world-changer.