Essay on Globally Successful Entrepreneurs

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Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Jerry Yang, Walt Disney and so on. These were all the names often heard by us and often been a subject or topic discussed by everyone no matter in school or in the work place as a motivation to each other. They are a few examples of globally successful entrepreneurs. Their products are well known and useful. For example, Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook, Steve Jobs created Apple products, Bill Gates created Microsoft and so on. Their products were used widely by all of us around the world. The things that we are concerned about is the characteristics in them that make them globally succeeded entrepreneurs and so well known. So, comparing the characteristics of two globally succeeded entrepreneurs …show more content…
Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Jerry Yang, Walt Disney and so on. These were all the names often heard by us and often been a subject or topic discussed by everyone no matter in school or in the work place as a motivation to each other. They are a few examples of globally successful entrepreneurs. Their products are well known and useful. For example, Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook, Steve Jobs created Apple products, Bill Gates created Microsoft and so on. Their products were used widely by all of us around the world. The things that we are concerned about is the characteristics in them that make them globally succeeded entrepreneurs and so well known. So, comparing the characteristics of two globally succeeded entrepreneurs would be the concern of this essay. The two entrepreneurs that would be compared are Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. They both have similarities in their characteristics such as they do not give up for what they love doing and they are innovative and creative.
I. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates do not give up for what they love doing.
Sub-point a: Steve Jobs does not give up on gaining knowledge in the field of technology despite the drop out from college.
Evidence 1: Steve Jobs struggled during his schooling time as he realized that there were not much practical approach and applications could be done in school and he hated the formal schooling system. So, he dropped out from his college, Reed College in Portland after finished one semester. But
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