Airtel finally had come up with some different ad campaign keeping their so-called ‘4G girl’ behind. Yes, the popular telecom network Airtel had chosen kids this time. The creative team of Airtel thought of something new and this time they emphasized more on declaring themselves as the best smartphone network.
Kids in this very cute advertisement, share their feelings about expecting their smartphones could do many things like their smartphone acting like a bodyguard, a rocket and as a problem solver.
The ad is then concluded by saying that their network can be a multi-challenger and comes with a set of features like anti-virus, payments bank, music, movies, games, handset damage protection, and not to mention the high-speed 4G network.
The tagline seems to be catchy as well ‘Jitna smart network, utna smart phone’ nailed it completely.
Watch the video here:
Mark Zuckerberg Life and Lessons
Technology genius and philanthropist Mark Zuckerberg recently donated almost 500 million dollars to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI,) selling close to 685,000 shares in the last three days of February. The Chief Executive Officer of Facebook is one of the billionaires who pledged to give away 99% of their wealth to philanthropic causes.
The founder and creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has become one of the most influential people in the world, revolutionizing the way people communicate. Named as one among the 100 wealthiest and most influential people in the world by Time magazine, Zuckerberg became a billionaire at the age of 23 as a result of Facebook’s success. What started off in a dorm room in Harvard, today is the most used social networking site that made the world a smaller place.
Born in White Plains, New York on May 14, 1984, Mark Zuckerberg first developed an interest in computer programming when he was 12 years old. He is also a talented fencer and excelled in literature when he was in school. He created an early version of the music software Pandora in high school, named Synapse. In 2002 he enrolled at Harvard University and by his sophomore year became famous around campus as the go to software developer. The rest, as they say, is history.
Zuckerberg’s journey from developing a website just for the students of Harvard to dropping out of college and moving the company to Palo Alto, California has been a roller coaster ride. There are numerous lessons aspiring entrepreneurs can learn from Mark Zuckerberg.
Go big or go home
Nothing in life comes easily or on a silver platter. Hard work, dedication and devotion are the keys to success. Zuckerberg’s decision to drop out of college and move to California to pursue his dreams shows his dedication to his dream and his passion towards his work. It is OK to start small but be prepared to sacrifice anything to go big.
Despite facing multiple lawsuits and multiple offers for a takeover, Zuckerberg held on to Facebook and his dream. Never doubt your abilities and stay relentlessly focused on your goal. Keep your head in the game, stick to your instincts and believe in what you are doing.
Do not let criticism get you down
For every one person willing to try something new, there will be ten critics telling them why they are wrong. Despite the negative criticism, stay focused on what you want to do in life. Most people will not be able to see the idea like you do or your vision for the end product.
Try new things
Unless and until you try it, you will not know if it does or does not work. Facebook is known for trying new features, scrapping out ones that do not succeed and trying something else. Make change a regular part of your company and keep upgrading your products.
Potholes are a part of the entrepreneurial journey. Do not let one small setback stop you from taking over the world. Facebook has been accused of spreading fake news, insensitivity and much more. However, Zuckerberg persevered and worked relentlessly to make his idea work even though there was always a risk factor involved.
If you’re still not inspired, watch this motivational speech by the man himself.
Steve Jobs: Man On A Mission
Millions of people around the world today are proud owners of Apple products, from smartphones to watches and laptops. The passion and creativity of one person has reached people in the corners of the globe, making Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, one of the most influential people in the tech industry. Some say the founder of Apple lost his footing on his way to success. But, few will disagree that Apple lost its sense of direction and pioneering spirit without Jobs on the front line. Engineering one of the most amazing turnarounds of the 20th century, Steve Jobs cemented his name in history as an icon of American business.
Every Apple fan knows the story of how the son of a machinist with an interest in electronics set out to build a computer for every household sparking the personal computer revolution. However, there are still a few facts that are not common knowledge!
Here are a few lesser known facts about the one of the most inspiring entrepreneurs, Steve Jobs.
Jobs decided to name his company Apple on his visit to an organic farm to collect fruits. He was a fruitarian and his diet consisted of only fruits and fish.
2. Apple’s typography and font
After dropping out of college, Jobs continued his education by informally auditing classes. One of those courses was a calligraphy course, which was instrumental in the future Apple products’ attention to typography and font.
3. Annual Salary
Jobs’ annual salary at Apple was only $ 1 annually. However, he was a majority shareholder of Disney stock after selling Pixar and held close to 5.5 million shares of Apple stock.
An entire team at Apple was dedicated to study the experience of opening a box. Jobs insisted on achieving the excitement and emotional response level that is now common with all the Apple products.
Close to 346 United States patents have been listed with Steve Jobs named as either the inventor or co inventor. Apple’s famous glass staircase is one such patented attraction that pulls passersby into the store.
Steve Jobs acted as a mentor to Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the founders of the search engine giant Google. He even shared some of his advisers with the duo but was furious when Google went on to launch the Android operating system.
7. Pancreatic Cancer
When Jobs was diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer, he waited for nine months before undergoing surgery. He instead opted for an alternative medicine regimen, including a vegan diet, acupuncture and herbal remedies, even consulting a psychic.
8. Bill Gates
Although they were rivals for a majority of the time, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs hit it off while doing an event together for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Bill Gates even wrote a letter to Jobs about how Jobs should feel great about what he had done and the company he had built. Jobs appreciated the letter and kept it by his bedside.
9. Last words
Till date, no one has been able to decipher Steve Jobs last words which were “Oh wow, oh wow, oh wow.” Jobs spoke these last words on his deathbed while gazing over his family’s shoulders before passing away on Oct 5 at the age of 56.
10. Steve Jobs: The Man With A Mission
One of Steve Jobs’ most famous quotes is “I want to put a ding in the universe.” I think it is safe to say Steve Jobs managed to put more than just a ding in the universe!
Watch Steve Jobs inspire graduates and entrepreneurs to dream big and achieve their dreams in this motivational video!
Bill Gates And His Life Secrets
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