Albert Einstein was the German born theoretical physicist. He has been known for his significant contribution in physics especially for “Theory of Relativity” and explanation of “Photoelectric Effect”. Albert Einstein mass energy equivalence became one of the most popular equation of all time – E= mc2. In 1921, he won Nobel Prize in Physics for his paper on Photoelectric effect, which was significant step in the growth of Quantum Theory.
“The Pursuit of Happyness” was released in 2006, starring Will Smith as Chris Gardner. It’s been almost 10 years, yet it is one of the most inspiring films of all time. It’s a story about Chris Gardner’s struggle being as salesman(later turned into stockbroker) and single father of his 5 year old child while having the extreme financial difficulties in life. Film depicts everyday struggle of father and son and how they manage to find out happiness just by being together. Will Smith incredible acting as Chris Gardner makes you fall in love with him.
Jimmy Fallon is an american comedian, television host and producer. He worked as a cast member in television show “Saturday Night Live”, then he switched to film industry and you can see his work in films like Taxi and Fever Pitch.
Mother Teresa was a roman catholic religious sister and missionary. She was a messenger of peace and love who dedicated her whole life in helping poorest of the poor. Due to her charity work running around 133 countries goes by name “Missionaries of Charity”, Mother Teresa made an enormous impact on society. She is also known as “Blessed Teresa of Calcutta”.
Dale Carnegie was an american writer and lecturer born into poverty on a farm in Missouri, who later developed best training courses of self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking and interpersonal skills.
Robin Sharma is renowned leadership expert. He is known for his different writing styles of inspirational books which are truly life changing and making an impact on everyone’s life all around the world.
Sir Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister of United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955. He won Nobel Prize in literature (1953) and first person to be made an honorary U.S. citizen by John F. Kennedy