Opportunities are out there. Learn to recognize them; but it takes time to reach the summit.
Learning from others does not mean being patronized; it means you are open for progress.
Take criticism positively; try to find friends in your foes.
Be assertive rather than being passive or aggressive.
There could hardly be a better personification of the cliché "Never Give Up!" than Colonel Harland Sanders, the icon that still appears on KFC packaging.
He did not invent the automobile, but thanks, mainly to him, car manufacturing became a major industry. This is the story of "People's Car Maker".
Arguably the most influential entrepreneur of modern times, Steve Jobs was a visionary. Here is a summary of his professional life, delineating his strengths as well as weaknesses.
This is the life history of the deadly duo from Dayton, Ohio; the Wright Brothers who invented the airplane.
A Scottish by birth and American by choice, this is the story of Alexander Graham Bell and the serendipities that led to his telephone.
James Watt was the pioneer of the Industrial Revolution. From his improvements on Newcomen engine to coining "horsepower', this is the life history of the great Scottish engineer.