In Today’s world, there appear tons of startups, even the moment we think about it, but not all of them are successful. In fact, the success rate keeps on decreasing, but have we ever wondered why they fail? Bill Gross here thinks that timing is crucial that any other fact. He also states that Timing comes […]

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From the man to struggled to pay his college fees to the man who now owns Planes. Mark Cuban, just like every other person struggled with his life, but he didn’t complain about what he did not have, he stood up and faced those problems. And that embarked his journey to become a fine billionaire.

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Here’s the compilation of Rules that Bill Gates taught us to be successful. The first thing he tells is to be patient in our ideas and then comes hard work. These seven rules can definitely lead us to succeed if we make sure to follow it.

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Jack Ma, Now the richest man in Asia once took four years to clear the college entrance exam. Definitely that’s not going to motivate us. 24 guys attended the interview for a job at KFC, 23 got selected and that one guy who got rejected is Jack Ma. Same goes when he enrolled for police, […]

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When you take a path different from what others chose, people doubt you, they question you and they try to change you from what you are doing. But, you know what you are doing and you just want a little support with which you can reach higher grounds, but a little support becomes a luxury […]

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Many of you aim for a job to have a well-settled life and for financial security, but it is a job and you can get fired. And, jobs don’t make you rich unless you are a CEO of a hot shot company. Today’s rich people start companies like Facebook, Google, Apple and such. Second is […]

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From the birth of a word to the person key to mass media communication… Deb Roy captures his house for 3 years leading to a video of more than 90,000 hours which helps him study how a child learns language. He makes a structure based on where those words used the most. He uses the […]

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The first ever electronic spreadsheet, the VisiCalc changed the way calculations are done. Here is the inventor, Dan Bricklin talks about his daydreams, first jobs and struggles with his home works that eventually led to the invention of VisiCalc which is the forefather of today’s spreadsheets.

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Data is always scattered and blunt when seen with our simple eyes, but David McCandless has his very own way. He explains with examples like worldwide military spending, debt and facebook status, how data visualization is such a beauty and how it shows various connections and patterns which are hidden to eyes in plain sight.

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We’ve heard that cod liver oil capsules reduces the risk of heart attack and also boosts our brain functions, but how much of that is true? Did we care to check? Is this the only thing we didn’t check? And another biggest thing is some claims coffee reduces the risk of heart problems, while the […]

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