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The keys to success, and inspirational traits you can learn from famous entrepreneurs.

Michael started the Dell empire with $1000.00 and an innovative business idea: to sell directly to the customer, rather than going through a third party to sell his products. Executing this dream led him to becoming one of the wealthiest in the world and a huge helping hand to world causes too.
Media giant, Oprah Winfrey has the Midas touch, everything she touches turns to gold. But her life was definitely not an easy road, in fact Oprah was sexually abused when she was young, she was known to be a rebellious and bratty teenager, and at just 14, was pregnant with a little boy who died prematurely in just 2 weeks. Find out what characteristics led her to become a true heroine of our times and one who is often labelled ‘the most influential woman in the world.’
Larry Page and his business partner, Sergey Brin have been dubbed entrepreneurial geniuses by many for being the brains behind not only the largest search engine, but the largest website on the world wide web. These aren’t no “evil geniuses” though, in fact their slogan is “don’t be evil” but instead they thrive to make the worlds resources readily available to everyone.
A red wardrobe, a pipe, and a mansion full of beautiful women is the regular life of Hugh Hefner. He broke the rules of societal norms and it changed the magazine industry forever. The inspiring facts and keys to success of Hugh Hefner.
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.
Anthony Robbins has shook the universe with his enthusiasm and contagious positive energy for change. He is worth almost 500 million with 2 best selling books, seminars and personal coaching, helping everyone from the suicidal to celebrities, presidents and even the Queen of England.
Bill Gates is considered one of the wealthiest people alive and is often noted as one of the most influential in the world. Find out how the man behind Microsoft dropped out of Harvard University and built an empire from pure gut feeling and passion.
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.