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

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.
Google is today, bigger than Disney, GM and McDonald's combined. But it all began in a small garage in California with 2 Stanford students looking to make online searching an easier task fro everybody. Sergey Brin, a jewish immigrant from Russia, had a strong sense of purpose, a very limitless mindset and an eye for problem solving.
Ever wonder what the inside story of John D Rockefeller was? What made him a representation of the almighty dollar, and what gave him the title of “the richest man that ever lived?” Find out here.
Walt Disney, was the man behind the fantasy world that was often more magical then the real one we live in. Through his many fascinating creations, he composed a feeling inside of every kid and even in many adults that left only peace in their minds and joy in their hearts. This visionary took his ideas and imagination to a whole new level. But things certainly weren’t always easy. Try and explain a cartoon mouse to a group of investors.
Simon Cowell is a man of high expectations, and he always surpasses them. Learn the keys to success of this blunt, says it like it is, TV personality.
Gene Roddenberry survived 3 plane crashes and persevered through many rejections to create Star Trek.
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.
James Cameron the producer of Titanic and Avatar was inspired by major movies such as Star Wars to blend science fiction and art to make cinematic history. He embraced failure, and acted on intuition.