Never underestimate, anyone, ever!

A teenager’s low popularity convinced her that she was not attractive. She became a top fashion model, hailed by many as the most beautiful woman in the world. All those who had ignored her are now boasting that they had gone to school with Claudia Schiffer!

He was rejected as too awkward and clumsy to be a ball boy in a Davis Cup tennis match: Stan Smith went on to become the officially ranked number one tennis player in the world (1972-1973).

He received an unbroken succession of 743 rejections. Now over sixty million of John Creasey’s Crime novels have been published.

‘What will they send me next!’ said Edmund Hillary’s gym instructor of the puny school boy now known as the man who conquered Mount Everest.

‘Balding, skinny, can dance a little,’ they said of Fred Astaire at his first audition.

Beethoven’s music teacher declared him ‘hopeless’ at composing.

Albert Einstein’s parents feared he was sub-normal.

As Billy Graham preached, a missionary’s daughter battled an almost uncontrollable urge to run out of the meeting. It was his future wife, and it wasn’t conviction that made her squirm. It was her response to what she considered appalling preaching.

“I think I may say without contradiction that when the Paris Exhibition closes, electric light will close with it, and no more will be heard of it.” -Professor Erasmus Wilson of Oxford University

PS: My personal story affirms this principle. They said I would amount to nothing, In a few years, I am sure I can prove them wrong 🙂

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One Response

  1. Hey Sunil,
    All the very best my friend. Way to go.
    But wait a min, who said you are nobody ? I would disagree. If you were a startup, I would invest half my savings in your company 🙂

    – Samdani

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