Famous people like Albert Einstein, Mark Zukerberg, Bob Marley, and Christopher Nolan come from entirely different backgrounds. A desire to do something that will blow the minds of the people. All of them had an ambition that was did not only serve themself. This is something that strikes as the first thing when I think of all the famous people in ancient and modern times.
All of us, no matter what we believe about ourselves, we all want to do something big or at least wanted to become famous in our childhood. It is very tempting to want to be the center of attention. Somewhere deep in our hearts, we envy famous people no matter how much we claim otherwise. It is human nature to want to be to be loved and appreciated.
However, as we grow up, our desire to become famous drastically vanishes. Our inner desires and inhibitions consume us to an extent where surviving through the day becomes a task. That is perhaps what differentiates a famous person from a common man. Besides, let’s take a look at what are the other things that stand out for someone famous and the others.
Famous People Work Hard
If you think that all of us are working hard, too, then you might want to reconsider your thought. Just a class topper studies for hours throughout the year so does a famous person. We have to remember that people become famous for their work. Except for only a rare few who have famous parents, others have worked very hard to be where you see them today. So we cannot and must not take away the credit as some people can go beyond a 9-5 hour.
Famous People Are Optimistic
However, don’t confuse optimism with a blind positive belief. Confidence is choosing to believe that all the hard work will pay off in some way or the other. They are not fearful of failures because the more they fail, the closer they know they are to their goal.
They Start Small
Look at all the giant legacies all the famous people left behind; do you think they created that in one night? Of course not, they saw a problem and found a simple and easy solution for everyone. How else do you think Thomas Edison came up with the light bulb and A.G bell came up with the idea of a telephone?
They Are Kind
It’s clichéd, we know, but this is the truth. Unless and until you are not kind and empathetic enough, it is highly unlikely that you will make a mark in the heart of millions. You have to understand and feel the pain of people and are as kind as you can. Compassion has mystic ways of coming back to you. History has seen many unkind people whose end was doom.
To sum up, I would like to say that we must study the life of every famous person to uplift our consciousness.