"Having all of the success barriers is the key to my success." -

"Larry. You are the world's seventh billionaire. You are widely regarded as the Godfather of Computer Database Systems. However, you have dropped out of university twice. Someone who has not completed a university degree. What do you believe is the source of today's success?

ORACLE President Larry Ellison He still appears to be in the middle of a sailboat race at the age of 76.

What exactly is the secret to this powerful rider's success? He responds that he did not use magic.

"In reality, I had all of the obstacles in my life that I needed to overcome." That is why there is room for improvement.

"What? What prompted the improvements in the barriers? Yes. That's what the world's smartest people have done. Obstacles used as a rung on a ladder In Larry's life, there is one success rule. Alternatively, the Success Rule.

Larry Ellison was born in the year 1944. He'd never seen his father before. His mother was a devout Jew. She also allows her child to be adopted by another couple at the age of eight months. Larry sees his biological mother for the first time at the age of 48.

Larry lived in the southern part of Chicago, according to Larry. That's not usually the side of a man trying to make a life for himself. There is always evil to be found. Poverty and crime: Larry claims that he wishes to be free of this. He was ready to move on. However, funds are required. What he sees as making money is something that others have seen other than me.

He wishes to pursue a career in computer science. He began his studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. However, by the second year, he had decided not to graduate. He later enrolled at the University of Chicago. He spent one semester there. "What kind of instruction is this?" He doesn't even mention that teaching pattern in the classroom. Ellison decides to study on his own.

Larry Ellison began to study on his own. I rely on books. It became his path of progression. Following that, he worked for Ampex, an American electrical company. After 7 years of service, a group of 7 people, including Larry, founded ORACLE. The first group consisted of three employees. That number has risen to 50 over time. It will eventually reach 150. It now has a workforce of 150,000 people. Larry's firm has 440,000 customers in 140 countries.

Larry began on foot, but Larry's children began a little higher. If you recall, ZERO DARK THIRTY is a film based on the hunt for Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. Megan Ellison, Larry Ellison's sister, created it. Her (2013), American Hustle (2013), and Phantom Thread (2017) all received world-class award nominations, and she has won numerous awards, including the Golden Globe. Both the father and daughter remained on the list of the 100 most influential people in the world after the Times Magazine named them.

The announcer in that televised conversation asks, "You are the seventh richest person in the world, making a lot of extremely successful companies. Do you live happily ever after?" What are your long-term objectives? "Do I have to stop now?" says Larry Ellison. Not at all. Talented individuals win matches. The best, however, win the championships. My ambition is to outperform Amazon and cloud databases. That is where the championship will be held. One is not a financial issue. However, it is an emotional issue. "

In 2016, Larry will donate $200 million to the University of Southern California. Establish a cancer prevention research center. Larry, who is still interested in car and boat racing, is also sponsoring his teams.

One thing to remember. While most people expect all the comforts they need to win in life, Larry claims he won because he faced all the obstacles he needed to overcome. Remember one thing when you face difficulties in life. The people who won did nothing different than you. They did the opposite of what you do. Larry went through the same motions. With one foot, push forward.

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