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Look here Some of the most Amazing inspiring personalities are  who faced severe hardships and  difficult circumstances and they overcomes with confidence and stood as Role Models to many.

People with amazing and inspiring personalities  are situation specific and adopting themselves for achieving success in their respective areas  .Their Vision is  their  ability to look beyond the current scenario  and conventions and bring about meaningful qualitative change.

 Great people wish to achieve great things. Inspiring personalities never just seek to please themselves.


 Nelson Mandela had the vision to fight for a free and fair South Africa. He was willing to endure great sacrifice to overcome the injustice of the society. But, it was his willingness to forgive his own oppressors which really stands out as an exceptional quality. It was this willingness to move on past enmity and hatred that enabled South Africa to have a better future.

Mikhail Gorbachev

Mikhail Gorbachev could easily have hung on to the absolute power his position gave him. But, instead, he moved the Soviet Union to greater political and economic freedom. In doing so, he enabled the collapse of the symbolic Berlin Wall and the restoration of democracy in Eastern Europe.


Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa gave a lifetime of service to the poor and underprivileged. She renounced her own material wealth and comfort to offer love and service to the poorest and most underprivileged in society.



 Jefferson had a vision of religious freedom, freedom of the press and he helped to draft the groundbreaking Declaration of Independence. “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal.” – One of the most epoch-making statements in the history of modern man.



 Luther a civil rights champion who pursued a difficult path of peacefully campaigning for equality and civil rights. His Powerful and energetic speeches awakened America’s conscience and inspired millions to dream of a better life. Ultimately he paid for his efforts with his life.



 Lincoln ..once upon President of America came from a poor and humble family and during his lifetime experience many setbacks, failures and troubles. However, he strove to change society for the better, navigating the tempestuous political storms of mid-Nineteenth Century America to keep the union together and find a way to abolish slavery.


Look at the Amazing Personalities….. They are  a mix of visionary entrepreneurs, servant leaders, authors,  writers, scientists and people who overcame overwhelming obstacles to create an extraordinary life, all on their own terms. Important among them in recent times are …..

Stephen Hawking

Not only does God play dice, but… he sometimes throws them where they cannot be seen. Sure enough, this genius, victim of a motor neuron disease, has changed the world by his revolutionary theories. Completely paralyzed with his legs, arms and voice, Hawking’s wheelchair is attached with a computer system which is operated by an infrared ‘blink switch.’ This renowned cosmologist and Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts is admired among tech pundits for his works on gravitational singularities, black holes along with his best seller A Brief History of Time.


Engineer, physician, best selling author, and brilliant entrepreneur. He’s best known for founding the XPRIZE Foundation (which has given millions of dollars to improve the health of our oceans) and Singular University (whose mission is to educate leaders to apply exponential technologies to address the biggest challenges we face today). Aside from his many groundbreaking achievements, there’s one thing that Peter Diamandis does that inspires me the most: his “Case for Optimism” that we’re living in the best time in human history – and it’s only getting better.

Look his uber-inspiring talk, viewed over 1M times on TED’s website how “Abundance is our future”:


Nick Vujicic was born with tetra-Amelia syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by the absence of all four limbs. His videos on YouTube have inspired millions and millions of people with his message to love life and live without limits. After years of feeling alone and worthless, he had an epiphany one day while reading an article.

He read about a disabled man who refused to let physical limitations dictate his life. At that moment, Nick says, he realized he had the ability to take control of his life. Instead of looking at everything he lacked, he decided to look at everything he could have. Now a famous author and international speaker, Nick inspires the world everyday to live a life without limits. His message is brilliantly sobering and electric.

 Jessica Cox

Born without arms, she used her legs and her unbelievable spirit of awesomeness to become the first licensed armless pilot. She’s also the first armless black belt in the American Taekwondo Association. Refusing to use prosthetic arms Jessica: drives a car, types on a keyboard, pumps her own gas and puts on contact lenses. She also Scuba dives and has a Psychology degree from the University of Arizona. She inspires people across 20 countries by sharing her message of inspiration on stages. J

John Lasseter

He pioneered full length computer-animated films, is a multiple academy award-winner and has so much fun running the multi-billion dollar empire Pixar that he doesn’t feel like he works at all. He has 1,000+ Hawaiian shirts that he wears to work everyday, in his office filled with thousands of toys. Steve Jobs called him the “heart and soul” of Pixar.

John is uber-inspiring for being so successful at doing something he loves so much. He’s so inspiring for describing his life’s work withthese words “We make the kind of movies we like to watch. I love to laugh. I love to be amazed by how beautiful it is. But I also love to be moved to tears. There’s lots of heart in our films.”

Ray Kurzweil

Forbes crowned him the “Ultimate thinking machine”. Ray Kurzweil is an inventor, futurist, computer scientist, founder of Singularity University, author, and director of engineering at Google. The reason Ray inspires me is because of the following story. A few years ago I was speaking at an event on the topic of personal growth.

Someone came up to me afterwards and started explaining how bad the economy is and how “things are only getting worse“. I asked if he studied any futurists (by the way, that’s a great question to ask to get someone’s attention)? He took a moment and didn’t know how to respond. I suggested that instead of looking at the economy as it is, look at where it’s headed. And to study Ray Kurzweil (as well as a few others mentioned on this list). It’s inspiring to meet someone who studies the future and to predict where it’s going. Not necessarily to know what will happen, but rather to open your mind to exciting new possibilities.

Dr. Dan Siegel

Dr. Dan Siegel received his degree in medicine from Harvard, is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, is a New York Times best-selling author of 13 books and has helped millions of people understand how to use our brains to live more meaningful, healthier, and more enjoyable lives.

He’s innovated the field of “Interpersonal Neurobiology” which helps us interact with one another with more consciousness and compassion, by having a clearer picture of how our own brains operate in relationships. His work is brilliant, accessible, empowering, and absolutely inspiring. Learn more here:

Sergei Brin

Aside from creating one of the most revolutionary companies in human history with Larry Page…hmm. a lot of Powtoon was inspired by Google. We have (a lot of) fun at work. We have tons of food in the cupboards (we haven’t yet hired a full-time chef!). Yes, we have the genius Google Docs, Gmail, Google Search and a TON of amazing innovations that affect our work and life everyday thanks to Sergei and Larry.

What inspires US IS the most is the CHARACTER they infused into Google and the rest of modern corporate culture. Google put slides, nap pods, solar powered frisbee parks, massage rooms, unlimited free food and happiness into the modern workplace. Thanks for being so awesome.

Richard Branson

Not sure how someone runs 400+ companies. Even more perplexing is how Richard Branson seems to be having the time of his life running them. If you follow interviews, he’s been like that from Day 1 when he started Virgin from scratch back in the early 70’s. He’s been called the definition of success. It’s not because of his net worth, but because of his happy as a kid attitude. I’m not inspired by Richard Branson’s billions – Branson launching personal space travel.

Brendon Burchard

If you’re not following Brendon you’re missing out. Just watching him will give you new doses of energy. In the past 2 years, he turned his 10K Facebook group into 5M+ members. He’s written 3 New York Times best selling books and Larry King calls him one of the worlds’ top trainers. He started from scratch after surviving a horrible car crash. As he saw the end near, he realized we’d all be asked 3 questions at the end of our lives. Did we live? Did we love fully? And did we make a difference, did we matter?

With those 3 questions he left his corporate job and claimed a path to become a speaker, author, coach, and trainer to inspire others with his message to live, love and matter. Brendon deeply struggled when he first started out. In his words, “When I first started out, I did what most authors did – I went broke.” But his mission to inspire drove him to become the legend that he is. He now runs a multiple 8 figure business that inspires tens of millions of people on a weekly basis. Here’s a quote he recently put on his Facebook page: “Curiosity is the filament for a life burning with vibrancy and joy“. Check out his new book, The Motivation Manifesto.

Elon Musk

Elon Musk founded SpaceX, co-founded PayPal and Tesla, and is the chairman of SolarCity. He’s revolutionizing space travel, automobiles, and how we consume energy (including his Tesla battery line). Elon Musk is showing the world how entrepreneurs are the ones who lead real change in the world. I’m inspired by Elon’s thrilling leadership in a wild range of companies. Space, solar energy, automobiles and online payments? Is it really possible to effect positive change in such a diverse range of causes? Thanks to Elon it’s an obvious yes.

So let him inspire YOU to say YES to all your dreams. After studying these brilliantly inspiring people, they all have ONE thing in common. They each harnessed their innate power of FOCUS by having inspiring goals. And it makes total sense. That to achieve your goals, you need to know what they are.


“Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose” – Bill Gates

motivational persons

Bill Gates!! A name which needs no introduction I guess  Bill Gates is the richest person in the World and I myself follow and have read a lot about him. Bill Gates was born on October 28, 1955, in  Seattle. His family had a rich business background but Bill was very hardworking and intelligent from his childhood. Bill believed in achieving his goals by hard work and the correct use of intelligence. He was very good at academics.

Bill had a separate place for computers in his heart. He was very happy when he was first introduced to computers in a private school, which was known for its academic environment. He was excellent in programming and created a programming group with his friends in 1968. Their Programming group was recognized and they got the 1st opportunity in the Information Sciences Inc. Bill and his friend Allen set up a new company Traf-O-Data of their own to track traffic flow and earned $20,000 at a very young age. Bill and Allen worked together and Allen insisted him to open a software company.

Bill formed Microsoft within a year of dropping out from Harvard. This was a great turn of his life  He is self-confident and believes in hard work and correct usage of intelligence more than blindly depending on Luck or God’s Grace. I love to read a lot about him because he is quite a giving person and believes in charity and donation. Bill donated  38 million at the Stanford University for the development of a computer building. So, if you need a motivational dose then you should read more about Bill Gates and his life.

Vishen Lakhiani

For anyone who thinks running a business could never be a spiritual pursuit – please study Vishen. He started the multiple 8-figure empire Mindvalley from scratch with a single vision: to empower people to live extraordinary lives. Vishen founded Mindvalley Academy that has dozens of personal growth courses that have impacted over 3+ million students. From courses on happiness to energy management to wealth to meditation, Mindvalley Academy is an oasis to unleash your potential.

They have apps like ‘omharmonics‘, a mastermind called “Evercoach” and an award-winning office with statues of superwoman, colorful bean bags, pool tables and a life-size honeycomb with the quote, “Life isn’t about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself”. Vishen even created,ight be the coolest name of anything on earth – Awesomeness Fest.

Amy Schumer

Nothing gains attention like genius humor. So why not use your humor to fight a crucial cause? Amy uses her humor to fight rape culture in America. As she points out, the statistics of girls being raped in college is atrocious. Amy made a hilarious parody of “Friday Night Lights” that mocks the vacuous male culture in America. She’s been featured in Time, Salon, Variety & won Glamour’s “Trailblazer of the Year” award. Forget speeches, protests and rallies to support your cause , use humor.

James Franco

James is a published poet, has a PhD from Yale, teaches film at NYU and USC, debuted in Broadway and is an Academy Award nominee. James Franco inspires because he doesn’t stop and isn’t afraid to go into new territory. He’s not expecting his poetry to be a best seller – but he published it. And just because he’s an actor doesn’t mean he can’t pursue a PhD and teach. So don’t limit your ability to be an artist – the world is your canvas.


Despite how most people view Oprah, she has not led an easy life. She was born into poverty in rural Mississippi to a teenage single mother. She was raped at the age of 9, because pregnant 14 and lost her son while still in infancy. But Oprah would make history in her heroic transformation to eventually become one of the most powerful women on earth.

She is a multi-billionaire and is regarded as the “Queen of Media“. Oprah has done so much in her career it’s dizzying. But the most inspiring thing she’s done is showing you that your circumstances don’t dictate your life, only your desire does.

Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins is profound. . Jim was a multi-millionaire investor who had lost everything in a short time span in 2002, including the entire investment of one of his closest friends. Jim’s last minute hope was attending a Tony Robbins event. Watch this video for yourself and see how Tony used a brilliant process to save Jim’s life.

What’s profound is how Tony has helped – in person – millions of people over his 30+ year career. Maybe you’ve seen him on TV or heard that he’s advised Green Day, Leonardo DiCaprio, Melissa Etheridge, Paul Tudor Jones, 3 US Presidents, owns an island on Fiji and runs 12+ companies. For me, what inspires me most about Tony Robbins is his deep mastery of the human spirit. And in the words of award-winning psychotherapist Cloe Madanes, Tony’s “unswerving faith in the goodness of people”.

Vince Gilligan


What I love most about Breaking Bad – created by Vince Gillian – is how it talks about the least talked about of topics: a modern man’s struggle to find himself. Vince created the fascinating anti-hero Walter White, who in the course of the show transformed from “Mr. Chips” into Scar face. Upon being diagnosed with Cancer, Walter ‘breaks bad‘ to both pay for his own cancer treatment and provide for his family in the event of his death. What inspires me about Vince is how deep of a character’s journey he created. Breaking Bad entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the highest rated show of all time.

J.K Rowling

J.K Rowling conceived the idea of Harry Potter during a train ride in 1990. By the time she finished writing it seven years later, her mother died, she divorced and lived in near poverty. And her book was rejected by 12 publishers. What is so remarkably inspiring about Rowlings’ story is that despite living in near poverty and despite being rejected 12 times – she persisted with her dream to tell the world a story about the magical life of Harry Potter.

She is now a billionaire, the first author to become one. Her fantastically original story is now a household name with blockbuster movies, theme parks, and even a wildly popular fan-based podcast called MuggleCast. In her most painful moments living just above poverty, Rowling might not have been able to see the empire she’d soon create. But she did see her story and it moved her. Despite the many difficult circumstances she faced at the time . she channeled her pain to create an even better story.

Tony Horton

You’ve seen him on TV and you’ve most likely heard of his creation, P90X. What you haven’t heard is how Tony Horton got started – and it’s very cool and super inspiring. Tony moved to California to become an actor. And like most actors – he was struggling. Barely able to pay for rent or food, he always made sure to go to the gym and started to learn about health and fitness. Eventually he got a job as a runner at 20th Century Fox to pay the bills.

Tony kept on working out, and his boss Harlan Goodman noticed. Harlan said how good he looked and asked if Tony would train him personally to be more fit. People in the studio went up to Tony and said how Harlan is looking better – can you train me as well? Eventually, Tony became the personal trainer for many Hollywood Celebrities, later meeting the CEO of BeachBody Carl Daikeler, where they came up with the idea of a fitness training program. Tony is hilarious, a genius and kept pursuing his dream when it didn’t look like he’d ever achieve it. 

Sheryl Sandberg

Time Magazine ran a cover article on Facebook’s inspiring COO whose title read, “Don’t hate her because she’s successful. Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and her mission to reboot feminism”. From running the operations for one of earth’s most impactful companies to authoring her own best-selling book to traveling around the world spreading her message Time said, “It’s probably not an overstatement to say Sandberg is embarking on the most ambitious mission to reboot feminism and reframe discussions of gender since the launch of Ms. magazine in 1971.”

Sandberg’s mission and message alone is exciting and empowering. But what inspires me most about Sheryl is how intimately she shared with the world her mourning of the death of her beloved husband, Dave Goldberg. With her millions of Facebook followers, she shared her heart and soul on the beautiful relationship she cherished and now mourns. It’s one thing to spread a message of global connectivity and it’s another to live it and breathe it. T

Malcolm Gladwell

Malcolm Gladwell inspired many to fall in love with English all over again. His storytelling is brilliantly insightful, gripping, poignant, and pure fun. At any given week, most of his books are all on the list of the New York Times bestseller list – and of course they should be. From showing us how small but specific tipping points can cause global epidemics to formulating how success is determined by your miraculous surroundings and specific number of hours of dedication (10,000).

Gladwell made us rethink how influential our .02 second thoughts are as we blink them. He retold the epic tale of David and Goliath to reveal hidden, subtle and wondrously relevant meaning. His written word is enlightening, entertaining and empowering. I’ve read some of his books multiple times…for the sheer enjoyment of it. He told the story of Ketchup vs. Mustard. He revealed the theory of plane crashes and how to cure graffiti. Like all geniuses, you can agree or disagree with his theories, but by now, you simply can’t ignore him. And for me, why on earth would you want to? We will Thank Malcolm for showing us the magic of language, learning and the beautiful power of telling stories.

Dan Ariely

Dan Ariely has done live tests (with real humans) to see if high priced fake medicine out-performs low priced fake medicine. And why things that are FREE can make us less selfish. And hundreds of insanely creative tests in what he’s coined, “Behavioral Economics”. If you haven’t read Dan’s books, go wild and you’ll soon be one of the smartest people in any given room. Dan Ariely has turned economics into one big psychological experiment that’s super fun to learn about.

The New York Times called his work “revolutionary“. Nobel Laureates in Economics said his book is “wildly original” and “ingenious“. Dan Ariely is a professor at Duke, co-founder of BEworks, is a multiple New York Times best-selling author and his TED talks have been seen over 10 million times. Humorous geniuses are the best kind

Ari Sherbill

VP Business Development @Powtoon. Ari’s known as the “High Energy Guy” who currently advises Fortune 500 companies, Hollywood Studios and over 5,000 executives and business owners every month how to increase their leads, engagement and sales with Powtoon. He’s spoken on stage with MGM, the Sands Hotel, 3M and Oracle. NASA referred to his strategies as “fresh and intriguing”



  1. NEW THINKING – by Dagogo Altraide

This Book written by Dagogo is very interesting and illustratively and amazingly touching various inventions and the story of it’s inventors who made our life easier,a life which we take for granted. .This book is focusing not just about facts,it’s told in a way that it will both educate and inspire the thinker in you

2. UNTETHERED SOUL – by Micheal.A.Singer

This Book narrates in the way What would it be like to free yourself from limitations and soar beyond your boundaries? What can you do each day to discover inner peace and serenity? The Untethered Soul is now New York Times bestseller gives simple yet profound answers to these questions.

3. HOW TO MAKE DISEASE DISAPPEAR – by Rangan Chatterjee

How to Make Disease Disappear is Dr. Rangan Chatterjee’s revolutionary, yet simple guide to better healtha much-needed, accessible plan that will help you take back control of your health and your life.

A physician dedicated to finding the root cause of ill health rather than simply suppressing symptoms with drugs, Dr. Chatterjee passionately advocates a philosophy that lifestyle and nutrition are first-line medicine and the cornerstone of good health. Drawing on cutting edge research and his own experiences as a doctor, he argues that the secret to preventing disease and achieving wellness revolves around four critical pillars: food, relaxation, sleep, and movement. By making small, incremental changes in each of these key areas, you can create and maintain good health and alleviate and prevent illness. Surprisigly what Dr. Chatterjee, reveals is that we can reverse and make disease disappear without a complete overhaul of our lifestyle.

4. ATOMIC HABITS – by James Clear

This Extraordinary book from James Clear is the most comprehensive guide on how to change your habits and get 1% better every day. James Clear distills the most fundamental information about habit formation, so you can accomplish more by focusing on less

5. SLEEP SMARTER – by Shawn Stevenson

Shawn Stevenson in this book bring to our attention that that When it comes to health, there is one criminally overlooked element sleep. Good sleep helps you shed fat for good, stave off disease, stay productive and improve virtually every function of your mind and body. That’s what Shawn Stevenson learned when a degenerative bone disease crushed his dream of becoming a professional athlete. Like many of us, he gave up on his health and his body, until he decided there must be a better way. Through better sleep and optimized nutrition, Stevenson not only healed his body but also achieved fitness and business goals he never thought possible.
In Sleep Smarter, Stevenson shares easy tips and tricks to discover the best sleep and best health of your life. With his 14 Day Sleep Makeover, you’ll know how to create the ideal sleep sanctuary, how to hack sunlight to regulate your circadian rhythms, which clinically proven sleep nutrients and supplements you need and stress-reduction exercises and fitness tips to keep you mentally and physically sharp.
Sleep Smarter is the ultimate guide to sleeping better, feeling refreshed and achieving a healthier, happier life.

6. DIGITAL MINIMALISM – by Cal Newport

Carl New Port in this book states that Minimalism is the art of knowing how much is just enough. Digital minimalism applies this idea to our personal technology. It’s the key to living a focused life in an increasingly noisy world.

In this timely and enlightening book, the bestselling author of Deep Work introduces a philosophy for technology use that has already improved countless lives.

Digital minimalists are all around us. They’re the calm, happy people who can hold long conversations without furtive glances at their phones. They can get lost in a good book, a woodworking project, or a leisurely morning run. They can have fun with friends and family without the obsessive urge to document the experience. They stay informed about the news of the day, but don’t feel overwhelmed by it. They don’t experience “fear of missing out” because they already know which activities provide them meaning and satisfaction.

Now, Newport gives us a name for this quiet movement, and makes a persuasive case for its urgency in our tech-saturated world. Common sense tips, like turning off notifications, or occasional rituals like observing a digital sabbath, don’t go far enough in helping us take back control of our technological lives, and attempts to unplug completely are complicated by the demands of family, friends and work. What we need instead is a thoughtful method to decide what tools to use, for what purposes, and under what conditions.

Drawing on a diverse array of real-life examples, from Amish farmers to harried parents to Silicon Valley programmers, Newport identifies the common practices of digital minimalists and the ideas that underpin them. He shows how digital minimalists are rethinking their relationship to social media, rediscovering the pleasures of the offline world, and reconnecting with their inner selves through regular periods of solitude. He then shares strategies for integrating these practices into your life, starting with a thirty-day “digital declutter” process that has already helped thousands feel less overwhelmed and more in control.

7. MINDSET – by Carol.S.Dweck

world-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., discovered a simple but groundbreaking idea ie the power of mindset. In this brilliant book, she shows how success in school, work, sports, the arts, and almost every area of human endeavor can be dramatically influenced by how we think about our talents and abilities. People with a fixed mindset—those who believe that abilities are fixed—are less likely to flourish than those with a growth mindset—those who believe that abilities can be developed. Mindset reveals how great parents, teachers, managers, and athletes can put this idea to use to foster outstanding accomplishment.

In this edition, Dweck offers new insights into her now famous and broadly embraced concept. She introduces a phenomenon she calls false growth mindset and guides people toward adopting a deeper, truer growth mindset. She also expands the mindset concept beyond the individual, applying it to the cultures of groups and organizations. With the right mindset, you can motivate those you lead, teach, and love—to transform their lives and your own.

8. AWAKEN THE GAINT WITHIN – by Tony Robbins

Anthony Robbins incredible understanding of the world, people and human nature make him the ultimate like coach. He knows what it takes to make people excel… and win .`Robbins is a mass of walking energy and passion.’ . nthony Robbins, the bestselling author of UNLIMITED POWER, shows the reader how to take immediate control of their mental, emotional, physical and financial destiny.

9. THE 10X RULE – Grant Cardone

Here Grant Cardone propounding to achieve “Massive Action” results and accomplish your business dreams! While most people operate with only three degrees of action-no action, retreat, or normal action-if you’re after big goals, you don’t want to settle for the ordinary. To reach the next level, you must understand the coveted 4th degree of action. This 4th degree, also know as the 10 X Rule, is that level of action that guarantees companies and individuals realize their goals and dreams.

10. IKIGAI – by Hector Garcia and Francesc Miralles

IKIGAI the internatinally best selling book Discovers the Japanese secret to a long and happy life .

The people of Japan believe that everyone has an ikigai a reason to jump out of bed each morning. And according to the residents of the Japanese island of Okinawa – the world’s longest-living people – finding it is the key to a longer and more fulfilled life.

Inspiring and comforting, this book will give you the life-changing tools to uncover your personal ikigai. It will show you how to leave urgency behind, find your purpose, nurture friendships and throw yourself into your passions.

Bring meaning and joy to your every day with ikigai.

Look and read all these books …….to try to take immediate control of emotional ,physical ,and financial Destiny ..