As a cricketer, Virat Kohli is in a league of his own. Cricket fans all around the world enjoy his energetic and powerful playing style. In fact, he broke Sachin Tendulkar's milestone for the most runs at an ODI World Cup with his 50th ODI century in India's semi-final match versus New Zealand during the 2023 World Cup.
In the ranks of cricket warriors, Glenn Maxwell has made quite a name for himself. The lightning-fast batting of this 35-year-old Australian has been a highlight of the World Cup 2023 games. One of the best batsmen in the world, he has earned the moniker "Big Show" due to his propensity for smashing sixes and unconventional shots.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui turns 49! Who knew that the pickpocket from the opening scene of Munna Bhai MMBS (bet some of you did not know that!) would go on to become one of the defining actors of his generation? A true juggernaut of Bollywood, he has played captivating roles upon captivating roles that span across a wide range while being the most relatable-looking man in the industry. While he may not look like the conventional actor, the man can act and he has a silver tongue to go with it delivering iconic lines both on and off the screen.
Before his untimely death in 2011, Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple Inc, left us with some weighty advice. In the face of inevitable death, Steve shone light on what it means to genuinely be happy and some questions one must ask and ponder upon each day to evaluate happiness. “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life,” he said.
Steve Jobs, the late co-founder and CEO of Apple, was known not only for his innovative spirit and business acumen but also for his unique perspectives on life and happiness. In 2005 he delivered his now revered speech at Stanford University on life and paved a roadmap for happiness and satisfaction.
If used properly, the power of invention and pushing boundaries may lead to significant results. While we may see others' success come quickly, it often involves a great deal of grit and heartache for them. Jeff Bezos, the creator of Amazon, the planet's most customer-centric firm, and the owner of the Washington Post, embodies the word "success" admirably with a mind-boggling USD 109.3 billion net worth.