Want to Be Millionaire? Say No To Occupational Thinking

If you are planning to live as a millionaire for rest of the life you need to give up occupational thinking. Occupational thinking will always restrict you to go ahead and reach at that level when you can live abundant life. Most of the medium class families believes in occupational thinking. They think like that because they were taught to think that way. We are always being taught like if you want to make money to be rich and have a successful life you need to work hard. Just working…

Joe Rogan’s View About Current Society

Comedian Joe Rogan is talking about the work and meaning of life. He is questioning about what our purpose is as a society and as an individual. Rogan concludes that these two things are entirely separate, at least in most cases, and has some thought-provoking advice for anyone who is stuck in a job they hate…follow your dreams instead. Watch video and present your views as comment about this video. Success.Foundation is spreading idea of follow your dream, find passion and do what you love. You will find success and…

Age Is Just NUMBERS. Successful Founders Established Their Companies In Late 30s.

The startup stories are presented as like all founders and successful people are teens or in 20s. This is not the true picture in the world of entrepreneurship. Maturity, experience and knowledge is still most important things. Yes, there are always exceptions. There are uncountable founders who established their companies in middle age and became successful. Some founding stories will amaze the readers. Read some success stories below: Col. Sanders did not start out as anyone’s idea of a successful businessman. He lost his father at an early age, quarreled…

Henry Ford Success Story

In 1899, an engineer working the nightshift at the Edison Illuminating Company quit his comfortable job to join many others who believed they could create an automobile with a gas-powered engine. Henry Ford had produced two working prototypes and was seeking capital to produce his invention at a larger scale. However, after obtaining $150,000 in investment, the production of the vehicle was still too complicated. In 1901, the company went bankrupt. Still believing in his ability, the same investors backed Henry Ford a second time, bringing in a supervisor to…

Walt Disney Success Story

The amusement parks, movies and merchandise that define the childhood of millions of people around the world were started by two brothers Walt and Roy Disney. Walt Disney, the creative force behind the company, was originally fired from his newspaper job because he “lacked imagination and good ideas”. He failed a series of companies, including his first animation company which went bankrupt in 1921, forcing the artist to eat dog food to survive. After more false starts, the brothers finally founded the Disney Brothers Cartoon studio in 1923. Through initially…