April 18, 2015 Youth Impact

5 of the most impressive individuals in the world!

#1 Mark Zuckerberg:

One of the youngest people to take social networking to a whole new level. No one knew that a project that was started in this young buddy’s hostel dorm could revolutionize the social networking. His inspiration to create facebook came from Phillips Exeter Academy, the prep school from which he graduated in 2002, which was publishing its own student directory, “the photo address book” commonly referred to as “facebook”. These photo directories were meant to give students, an exposure to social networking. This young enterprenuer, at the age of 23, became a billionare, thatnks to the millions of facebook users worldwide. Zuckerberg was also named among the 100 wealthiest and influencial people by Time magazine, in its list of “person of the year”.

#2 Steve Jobs

You owe it to him for creating world’s best smart phone industry. Apple’s revolutionary I phone series can now be seen ruling the technology world. The success of his ideas for the apple and his renovation in the products has lead apple to become the world’s most valuable publically traded company

#3 Barack Hussain Obama

The president of USA, that’s what we know about him, but little we know about his personal leadership qualities. Addressing major economy challenges, Irq, Afghanistan wars, his leadership skills and decision powers are greatly acknowledged by the Americans.

#4 Malala

The protagonist of the courage and grace, the young activist in north west frontier of Pakistan, where women are not allowed to take decisions of their life by their own. From a very early age, this young girl has conquered the hearts of international audience through her voice in BBC radio, telling the world how the natives of Swat are living under the fear of Taliban. She was in the list of “Top 100 most influential people in the world”. For raising her voice for her people she was announced as the co-recipient of 2014 Nobel Peace prize.

#5 Stephen Hawking

The man who, inspite of being diagnosed with ALS (a form of Motor Neurone Disease) at the age of 21, and being whel chair bound dependent on machines for communication, manages to live a complete family life and continues his research in theoretical physics. An inspiring person he is, for not letting his illness come in his way of conquering the worlds of knowledge.

 

 

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