It is no wonder that there is no shortcut to success, when you are on the voyage of your entrepreneurship venture. This saying is well known and the success truly begins at your heart. You will have your moment, yet you got to decide whether to jump in or not.
No successful entrepreneur said it was easy, yet you have nothing to be afraid of, as to be fearful means that you are not out of your mind. Here, I will tell the tales of top entrepreneurship success stories. Hopefully, the stories will encourage you to continue your journey throughout the storm world of modern era business entrepreneurship.
Top 3 Entrepreneurship success stories
Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay
In 1995, Pierre Omidyar was merely a computer programmer and he was trying to use his personal website to auction off simple staffs. That site was called AuctionWeb at that time. Yet, the project was no longer a personal project, when he conceived the idea of charging fees from people for using his website to auction their staffs. That AuctionWeb is known as eBay today.
Daymond John, founder of FUBU
No matter how peculiar it sounds, Daymond John found out that the wool hats were overprices and were being sold at $20. Then, he created a few designs and started to sell the wool hats for $10. In one day, he made $800 profit. After that, his mother mortgaged their house for $1,00,000 and gathered the investment for John to start his business. Then, John recruited two of his friends in the business and it is now worth $6 billion.
Konosuke Matsushita, founder of Panasonic
The story of Konosuke and Panasonic went back long way towards the early 1900s. In 1917, Osaka electric light company came up with a more improved light socket, however, the boss denied to approve the profit based production. Then, Konosuke came in to light and took the samples in his basement. He was merely a young man back then. After a few years, he developed Matsushita Electric and started to product bicycle lamps powered by batteries along with other electronic products. That company is now known as Panasonic and it is now worth over $66 billion.
There is no end of inspiring business entrepreneurship stories. If you want to be one of them, you ought to take risks, decisions and jubilant judgments. In addition, an utter level of passion and dedication is also required.
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