Nobody becomes huge in just one day. Hard work, struggle and sacrifices are the three basic ingredients of success in life. It may sound strange to you but in reality it is not. If you see the successful people of today whether politicians, entrepreneurs or entertainers, they look to have a shining life. But if you just go back and see the struggle they suffered you might be astonished. Here are the 10 early jobs that famous people did in their early life.
10. Adolf Hitler
Once considered the most powerful man, the president of Germany was just a postcard painter. He used to paint in post cards and sell it to sailors or tourists in Vienna. He was actually rejected by the University of Fine Arts and there was a time when his pocket was empty and he took shelter in the shelter homes for poor.
9. Michael Dell
The founder and the Chairman of Dell was once just a dishwasher in a Chinese restaurant. His daily wage was only $2.30 at the age of 12. He still remembers the day and say that the restaurant owner taught him many things.
8. Sylvester Stallone
One of the greatest actors of this generation Stallone or Rambo did not have a great time as well. He was in New York for acting career and was actually a lion cage cleaner. He took the work to survive. He has even appeared in Adult Movies.
7. Oprah Winfrey
She is one of the most successful entrepreneurs now, but she did not have a dream time. She was born in Mississippi to teenagers unmarried parents. She had to go through much sexual violence in childhood as well. Her talent was later recognized and she was offered a job in Radio Station for $100 per week.
6. Ronald Reagan
The former actor and President of United States, Ronald Reagan actually worked as Sports Announcer in Radio. He later moved to Hollywood and became one of the biggest movie stars. He then swept away the hearts of American to become the President.
5. Dan Brown
The famous thriller writer Dan Brown actually wanted to be Singer and Song Writer. He tried his luck in Hollywood as well and released two CDs. He then started to teach Spanish; before taking writing as a profession.
4. Fidel Castro
The President of Cuba wanted to be a ball player during his college days and tried professional ball player also. He, however, failed several times and his attempt to improve was cut short by his jail and he later became the President of Cuba.
3. Francois Duvalier
The President of Haiti who remained President until his death was popularly known as Papa Doc. He was in fact doctor by profession as well. He served as a physician in the local hospitals.
2. Pol Pot
The War Criminal of Cambodia was actually a teacher. His original name was Saloth Sar and he was a teacher in Phnom Penh. He was later thrown out for his ties with Communist Party and later he became the leader of the party. He became the ruler of Cambodia and killed more than million.
1. Benito Mussolini
The formidable force that once ruled Italy was actually a writer. He wrote serial of the letter that was published as a novel. He worked for Popolo d’Italia that was socialist paper.
They all became famous and noteworthy in their life, but they have the past that is worth knowing.