The Rough Path to Success
You may have gotten at a point along your pursuit for a degree that you feel demotivated. That is a good time for you to receive some motivation to keep going. You will find plenty of inspiration when you look in the business world.
When you go into business, you need to find a way to satisfy a need people have that is yet to be addressed. This is what most of the successful businesses have always done. There are such stories of people who achieved success beyond their wildest dreams.
The most successful people were the ones who had dreams that they never let go of, no matter what. Their belief was instrumental in their success. There are people like Steve Jobs who started working on their dreams, despite how tough their beginning was. From such humble beginnings, it was hard to believe that it would one day grow to be one of the world’s biggest and most profitable companies. It has influenced how we interact with technology, specifically mobile and communication technology. From listening to music to making calls and reading books.
Richard Branson can also be an inspiration. When he started his company, not many people thought it would be successful. But with his different perspective on things and unique approaches, he was able to diversify it into different markets. It has grown to perform well in banking, aviation, spaceflight, electronics, healthcare, mobile phone technology, films, internet, radio, retail, and travel. His approach teaches you to take risks and be willing to go your way.
Home Depot founders had just been fired from their jobs when the idea to start their company was born. As a strategy, they decided to go big, and create the largest home improvement superstores that the competition had ever seen. Their magnitude is what earned them their current position as the market leaders.
As much as the founders of Banana Republic had no previous business training, they wanted to start a business. They started as a travel and safari clothing company, that got its initial supplies from military surplus clothing. It is after GAP acquired them that they diversified into the more lucrative upscale markets.
These stories should inspire you to find what you are passionate about, and work toward seeing it succeed. This will teach you to stay the course, no matter how rocky it can get. The times when it does not work out should be for you to see how you can improve in future. You need to see which idea shall work for you, when you try them out.
Completing your degree course should thus be something you accomplish.
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