Entrepreneurs stories that is inspiring
Let's face it, everyone dreams of leaving their cubicle and spending their days on the beach somewhere. Whether it's a nagging boss, an over-the-top corporate culture, or a day-to-day repetitive activity, the thought of escaping from it all and taking control of your own destiny is a very tempting prospect.
However, for some odd reason, many people still think you need a marketing degree and an MBA to start your business. Even in 2018, when anyone could make money online, millions of aspiring entrepreneurs were fooled by the idea that business success could only be achieved with leverage and various qualifications.
This is, of course, bullshit and we can prove it; There are many examples of men and women, young and old, who have overcome poverty, poor education and absolutely no business experience to be successful. So, if you're ready to jump in and want to get started, look no further, here are some stories of successful entrepreneurs success stories are truly inspiring
Diagnosed with ADHD at an early age and later withdrawn from school, Amoruso spent her formative years doing odd jobs such as Subway; After her parents' divorce, she later moved to Sacramento, California, where she claims to survive by hitchhiking, shoplifting and stealing from trash cans. The San Diego native managed to take a break in 2006, however, when she started selling vintage clothing and other items through her eBay account under the guise of Nasty Gal Vintage (named after a Betty Davis record); her earnings later increased from $223,000 in 2008 to nearly $23 million in 2011, earning her the nickname "Cinderella of Technology" by the New York Times.
Amoruso has also written a book about her experiences (which was later commissioned by Netflix into a full-length TV series), and although she has since stepped down as CEO of Nasty Gal, the company made $20 million from its sale to retail giants Boohoo. In 2017, Amoruso founded Girlboss Media, a lifestyle website for millennial women.