5 Life Lessons To Learn From Amitabh Bachchan
All was not smooth for this icon when he had begun his career forty years ago. His deep voice was rejected by
Never Lose Hope
The man tasted immense success in the 80’s and then came a period that would give any man jitters. He was out of work, his company had gone kaput, he was embroiled in legal battles along with the authorities hounding him for recovery of taxes. However, Amitabh Bachchan did not lose hope. Instead, he at the age of 57, went looking for work. His positive attitude has helped him sail through difficult times. His optimism makes it the second important life lesson that every entrepreneur should learn from this superstar.
Amitabh Bachchan is probably the only actor who can connect with the youngest to the oldest person in a room. And while many call it his charisma, BI believes that the fact that he values everyone around him makes him the most favourite among generations. His down to earth personality has enamoured many people across the world, which truly makes him a people’s man. This is a rare trait, which if practiced by every entrepreneur, can make him grow leaps and bounds.
Never Say Never
There is a reason why Amitabh Bachchan was chosen to play Auro, a 12 year old boy with a rare genetic disorder called progeria, in the blockbuster
Have a nook of your own
Lastly, it is extremely important to create your own niche in whichever industry you belong to. Amitabh Bachchan with his deep voice had created an angry young man image, which people still remember. So whatever you do, ensure you do it differently because that helps you make a mark in people’s mind.
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