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Who Are Top Five Successful Millennial Entrepreneurs!?

Millennials, also known as Peter-Pan Generation, from early  '80s to the '90s, early 2000s, happened to be superb movers, holding the business power, and here are the five in top class.

Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Elliot Zuckerberg (born May 14, 1984) is an American computer programmer and Internet entrepreneur. He is the chairman, chief executive officer, and co-founder of Facebook.His net worth is estimated to be US $53.6 billion as of 2017, ranking him the 5th richest person in the world.

Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy

The founders of Snapchat, the photo app that lets users upload images and decide when those images will vanish from view.
Snapchat has become another way for people to put up benign and racy pictures to test out public reaction, knowing they can pull them in a short period of time.
Spiegel and Murphy’s app dominates the young teenage market, in which looking good is the currency of becoming popular and well-liked. Your eyes may pop when you realize that these two entrepreneurs turned down $3 billion from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to buy their company.
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Eric Butler

Eric Butler, 26 years, is a king of protection. Butler is a security expert who commands high fees for creating network security protocols for major corporations.
He is also the inventor of Firesheep, a computer intrusion program that lets companies see how vulnerable their systems are to hackers.
Butler’s relentless pursuit of a security protection always makes him in-demand, and his latest efforts are related to showing mobile phone manufacturers how easy it is for blackhat hackers to compromise an ordinary SIM card and obtain sensitive information on mobile phones.

 Tracy Chou

 Chou, 26, is one of the brightest and most sought-after software engineers in the world.
After intern stints at Facebook and Google, she now works at Pinterest, despite heavy pressure from the Facebook-financed site Quora to become one of its lead software engineers. Chou’s a big brain too, and holds two degrees from Stanford.

 John and Patrick Collison

Two brothers who grew up in Ireland, John Collison, 23 and Patrick Collison, 25, are the creators of Stripe, a Paypal like service that lets users make online payments in nearly a dozen countries.
The Collisons raised funding from a diverse group of companies to start Stripe, and the company is now valued at nearly $2 billion, which is pretty good, considering the initial startup money they raised was a ‘mere’ $50 million.
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7 Wealth Habits of the World’s Richest People

Reaching the pinnacles of the super rich rarely happens overnight. It requires years and years of hard work, determination and the drive to never give up. For a select few people, their luck changed in a matter of a few seconds. For others, they worked hard over the years to build up their empires and get on the list of the world’s wealthiest people.

It seems the secrets to becoming part of the élite and wealthy have been well guarded. The likes of Warren Buffet, Mark Zuckerberg, Amancio Ortega, and Nick Woodman are ready to show their secrets about what made them some of the wealthiest people in modern times. As most of them have said, becoming a billionaire is not about the money, but about the psychology. 

If you are looking to earn much more money, start hanging around rich people. While this might seem extreme, it makes sense once you think about it. Hanging around seriously rich people is an easy way to see how they make the big decisions. If you want to be like them, take direct lessons and copy their positive behaviours.
Be not afraid. If there is a solid business idea you want to invest in, yet everyone runs away, follow your gut instincts. There are no real failures in business. There are experiences that you learn from it. Every successful person has a period of lows to go along with the highs. Inaction and letting fear drive is the only way you really lose.
One of the best kept secrets is that of owning copyrights and is widely shared by some of the world’s wealthiest people. The help of intellectual-property, which are also commonly called “wealth secrets”, you can defeat the forces of market competition. Seriously tying the hands of competition legally gives you a wider market to pursue. Copyrights can be given for names, product designs or service processes. Protecting your investment and ingenuity is critical to staying on top in any market.

Saving is something which all of us may have been taught to do from an early age, but small amounts will just not cut it. If you can increase your earnings every year, place money into tax-free investments for later use, there will be a huge improvement on the bottom line amount you can save over the years.
Amancio Ortega is the owner of the hugely popular fashion brand Zara. The company has been taken to new financial heights recently. Everyone from normal people to the Duchess of Cambridge has been seen wearing Zara. What does she have to say about her secrets? She concludes it is about appealing to a broader range of people. The desire for Zara fashion has become so fierce that even a few designs that have been similar to competing designers have continued generated millions in cash. Branding has been so successful for Zara that a certain amount of “buying for the label” is happening.
Amanicio Ortega Signature

If you are looking to be a ‘unicorn‘ in the technology industry, it is necessary to take the time and do all the requirements to get a patent. This way you protect the rights of reproducing similar items for several years and stomp your competition. You will be able to keep top financial position from that item and rake in the profits for a long time to come.
Sara Blakely, founder of the revolutionary Spanx, claims that hiring people you trust and like will get you far. They may not seem to have a wide base of knowledge in the particular business you start, but a little training will make them the loyal team you need for the future

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What Happens When We Die?

Rich or poor, in spite of all our efforts, everyone will die sooner or later. There are many opinions about what happens when we die. But what does God have to say about it?

Written by Dan Lee on 01/06/2014
Series: Weekly Devotional
Tags: Death, Eternity, Heaven, Hell, Jesus
“And just as it is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment . . .” Hebrews 9:27

Death is Certain
Rich or poor, in spite of all our efforts, everyone will die sooner or later. There are many opinions about what happens when we die. But what does God have to say about it?

Eternal Life – Two Kinds
God’s word, the Bible, tells us that each person’s soul lives forever. Today’s scripture from Hebrews tells us that after death comes judgment. This leads us to one of two destinies: Heaven or Hell.

We know that Christians, who have received God’s free gift of salvation and forgiveness, will spend eternity in Heaven. There, they will have loving fellowship with God and His people. Sadly, those who have rejected Jesus Christ will not go to Heaven. The Bible teaches that their certain destiny is Hell. In hell, suffering, hopelessness and regret last forever. There is an absence of God that brings deep grief.

Heaven is the best possible place to spend eternity and Hell is the worst. The difference between these two outcomes is very big.

The Decision is Yours
Church attendance won’t get you into Heaven. Nor will living a good life, or doing good deeds. Romans 3:23 says, “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Later in Romans we find that “the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6:23).

We must first admit that we are sinful and separated from God. Then we must turn away from our sins, turn to Jesus Christ, and ask for God’s forgiveness. By believing that Jesus took the punishment that we deserved, we accept and receive God’s gracious gift of salvation by faith. “For as many as received Him, he gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believed in His name” (John 1:12).

Don’t Delay
No matter your age, there’s no guarantee that you will live until tomorrow. In Luke 12:16-21, Jesus told a story of a rich man who trusted in his possessions. “But God said to him, ‘Fool! This night your soul is required of you, and the things you have prepared, whose will they be?’” (Luke 16:20).

I urge you: Don’t wait another day to come to Jesus for salvation. Find out how to accept Jesus Christ today.

Pray this week:

To thank God for sending His Son, Jesus, to offer forgiveness of your sins.

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