Bill Gates is one of the most successful entrepreneur of this century. Bill Gates co-founded Microsoft with Paul Allen, which became world largest computer software company and made him the richest man of this century. He is one of the entrepreneur who revolutionized personal computer industry and changed the way we work today.
Will Smith is one of the most powerful actor in Hollywood, started his career as rapper, then in the late 90’s got a chance to prove his acting skills in TV series called “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” which led his career to Hollywood and given us some of the greatest greatest films of the century like Men in Black, Pursuit Of Happyness, Ali, Independence Day and many more.
“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.
“The Zahir” is another masterpiece from most lovable writer Paulo Coelho. It has been translated in 44 languages around the world.
Leonardo DiCaprio is world famous Oscar winning actor, his acting skills took his career from TV commercial to some of the greatest films of the century like Titanic, Shutter Island, Inception, Catch me If You Can, The Revenant and many more.
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”.
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