Natural talent is a god gifted mastery. Money has no intervention in it. Fistful People are replete with exceptional skill who mould themselves in their profession with ease. They don’t need others helps or suggestions rather change their gear according to the situation. They reflect their mind to achieve something special.
Hardship pushes towards success
There is no denying that persons who reach on the top in any domain generally belong to humble background. Most of them spent their childhood in distress, faced all kinds of challenges to sustain their life, where there was no guarantee of two times meal everyday. Enduring hardship of life make the will power of such people like lion hearted. Their talent thrust them to proceed ahead to fulfil the mission.
Sheer hard work and determination make them different from others. Genius were born. Their curiosity, talent, never say die attitude and self belief make them exemplary. Sooner or later they succeed to attain the perfect target.
Spending money, not work everywhere
Taking birth in a rich family, always spoon feeding, spending luxurious life, fulfilling demands without expressing any word and so on, children of such background never get chance to expose their inner natural instinct.
Getting education in famed schools, subject wise tuition and abundant of facilities won’t fetch success or proficiency in any field. They don’t taste struggle in life’. How to achieve anything after sweating? Therefore in real life most of them remain juvenile in their professional field and fail to fulfil their parents expectations.
Some people from the poor and humble background have made the country proud from their tremendous deeds. Their success story doesn’t end, it continues. Despite their lucrative career they remain humble and like to live a common man’s life.
Sister helps Kalam to study
The story of first rocket man of the country and former president of India Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was impeccable . He also belonged to a humble and poor background family. Natural instinct to do something didn’t stop Kalam’s mission in life. His sister Zohra sold her ornaments to bear APJ Abdul Kalam’s fees of Madras Institute of Technology. After that ‘The missile man of India’ turned out to be an asset for the country.
Dr Sivan works in farm
See the life of India Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman Dr K Sivan, the rocket scientist, who spearheaded the Chandrayaan 2 lunar mission. Although this mission was partially unsuccessful, it does not matter here. Where is he standing at this moment? Born in a farmer’s family, went to government school and educated in Tamil medium.
Dr Sivan had to work like a labour in the farm of his father during his college days. He was penniless to purchase trousers or sandals. He spent his childhood in barefoot and dhoti. When he landed in the prestigious Madras Institute of Technology then he wore trousers and sandals. We never see the labour and struggle behind the success of a man. At present Sivan is the toast of the country. Prime minister Narendra Modi hugged him despite Chandrayaan 2’s partial set back.
From tea stall to PM chair
Narendra Modi’s success story is replete with his hard work and devotion and dedication. Worked in a tea shop but kept his aim hight always tried to do innovative deeds. Gradually success started kissing his feet. At present he entices people of all walks of life even the core supporters of the opposition party. He had seen struggle in his political career. Modi had to work as a RSS parcharak, seen the ups and downs, then he achieved his goal. PM Narendra Modi has talent, oratory skill and quality to marshall his troops admirably.
Ambedkar leader of toothless
Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar popularly known as Babasaheb Ambedkar, was the chief architect and father of Indian constitution. He had to face severe discrimination in his childhood days. He hailed from Mahar caste, which was considered ‘untouchable’ in the eyes of upper class. Discrimination and humiliation haunted Ambedkar wherever he used to go.
Ambedkar had a mission to study and eradicate the old practice of ‘untouchability’. Article 17 of the Indian constitution mentions ‘Abolishing of Untouchability’ . He succeeded in his mission. He went abroad and got higher education. Dr. Ambedkar fought and raised his voice for the rights of dalits. After independence he became the first law minister of the country. Ambedkar posthumously conferred Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour in 1990.
Read More: Contribution of Dr B. R. Ambedkar
Journey from a bus conductor to a superstar
Matinee idol and superstar Rajinikanth spent his childhood in distress. Lost his mother at the age of five, after the school education worked as a coolie, carpenter, bus conductor and so on. His different attitude and work style even in his blue collar jobs separated him from others. His acting talent was first notified by Tamil film director K. Balachander and the rest is history, which is known by people of all walks of life.
Dhirubhai Ambani pioneer of Indian business
Dhirubhai Ambani belonged to a humble family. Son of a school teacher he moved to Yemen at the age of 16 and worked as a gas-station attendant. He returned to India in 1958 with Rs 50,000 in his pocket. Aiming to achieve something different from others. Invested his money to set up a textile trading company. The success story of Dhirubhai Ambani is flourished as an example.
Sushil leaves all odds behind
Sushil Kumar noted Indian grappler fetched medals to India in world championship and Olympics, belongs from a humble family. His father was a DTC bus driver. In spite of poverty and lack of facilities Sushil never lost his heart rather left all odds behind and achieved almost everything on wrestling mat. He seized silver and bronze medals in London and Beijing Olympics respectively.
Mary Kom an inspiration for budding women boxers
Mary Kom, was born in a farmer’s family in Manipur. She never allowed poverty to come as a hurdle in her success. She showed her talent on the boxing ring. Knocking out the opponents to bite the dust became her habit. She is the only woman pugilist who bagged world amateur boxing champion for a record six times. The 2012 London Olympics was the turning point of her career and fetched bronze medal in that Olympics. She is looking to bring medal in 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Harry Potter makes Rowling toast of globe
J.K. Rowling, when this name is taken then the story of Harry Potter start hovering in the mind of people. The British novelist’s life is full of ups and downs. She lost her mother at the age of seven and poverty surrounded her. Marriage and divorce from her first husband made her life distressful. She had a child to nurture too. She did not loss heart rather took pen and paper in her hand. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, was published in 1997. Since then success is chasing J.K. Rowling.
Cruise from mud house to white house
Abraham Lincoln the 16th president of the United States of America was also from the poor background. He conquered the world by dint of hard labour. Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth. It was said by Abraham Lincoln
Poverty to world champion
Diego Maradona, the icon of world football had no money to purchase a football in his childhood. He had to use the torn paper and other waste materials to make football to paly. His ability caught the eyes of yesteryears experts and later turned out to be arguable one of the greatest footballers of all time. Under his captaincy Argentina lifted the FIFA world cup in 1986.
Talent is most important for achieving something different from others. Those who have attained something special in their life because they possess extraordinary quality. One thing is clear money is important in life but it doesn’t count everywhere.
Success story of people from the poor, humble and discarded background is full of history books. Such people are example and real role model for others.