It is quite understandable, if you are a billionaire by birth inheriting the legacy of your fore-fathers but apparently what makes you a self-made billionaire?
Is it hard work, luck, intelligence, or a combination of all these factors? In this world marred by inequality the gap of have’s and have-not’s is growing day by day and we loathe a person who suddenly becomes rich. Love them or hate them we just cannot ignore them. An X factor is certainly attributed to such persons who navigate their way to the top after much perils and pitfalls. We always want to know how they did it. Welcome to the world of self-made billionaires.
Poor to Rich Stories of Self Made Billionaire-
Dhirubhai Ambani- Son of a school teacher from rural Gujarat. He build the Reliance industries the top business house of India leaving a legacy to be remembered for generations to come.
Karsanbhai Patel the founder of Nirma group, who once worked as a lab assistant and is worth $7 billion.
List of Billionaires-
Mukesh ambani is worth $40.1 billion. He ranks 19th globally.
Divyank Turakhia net worth $1.76 bn
Acharya Bal Krishna net worth is $6.4 bn
Sameer Gehhlaut net worth $3.7 bn
Sachin and Binny Bansal. Net worth of $1.5 bn each(as of 2015)
The only female self-made billionaire from India is kiran mazumdar shaw Md of Biocon
Paytm ceo Vijay shekhar sharma is the youngest billionaire of India.
The list is fast expanding with India adding a billionaire in every 33 days since 2011.
How to Become a Billionaire?
How to become a billionaire fast is in the minds of most youngsters now a days. We all agree that there is no shortcut to success, some qualities of self-made billionaires
- Focus on the ultimate goal
- Strong business credentials, planning, judgement
- No short cuts, seizing opportunities as they come.
And above all a positive attitude towards success.