Often a stereotype prevails about creative and successful entrepreneurs in the field of entrepreneurship, and we may often think of a successful entrepreneur as a young man in his twenties, who loves to wear jeans and casual clothes, and lives in a house full of gaps that is chaotic and often spends most of his time in front of his laptop . But perhaps this mental picture is not completely correct, and you would be a little surprised if you learned that many of the entrepreneurs, celebrities and wealthy people of the world, owners of some major companies and executives in these companies, began their success in their thirties, forties, or even fifties.
If you have plans to be a successful entrepreneur or to start establishing and building your own business or small start-up company, or you think that the time may be a little late and that the train of success has already missed you, here is a collection of the most successful and late experiences of some of the most famous businessmen and money Art and literature are those who started their success relatively late.
Amancio Ortega, founder of the famous clothing company Zara and one of the world’s richest people, until the age of 30 remained as an assistant in a shirt store.
Sheldon Adelson, an American businessman with an estimated net worth of $ 40 billion, owner of Las Vegas Sands resorts, continued to sell shampoo and auto snow removers until his thirties.
American financial consultant, TV host, and author, Susie Orman, worked as a waitress until her 30’s.
Author of the famous Harry Potter novels series, author J. K. Rowling lived as a divorced mother with her only daughter before she started writing her first novel at the age of 31 as well.
The famous Italian operatic singer, Andrea Bocelli, continued to play piano in bars until the age of 33, before becoming one of the most important singers and instrumentalists in history.
Ray Brook, who is the founder of McDonald’s company that is of course well known, worked until the age of 52 selling paper cups and milkshake mixers.
Manoj Bargava, an Indian businessman and one of the world’s biggest billionaires, founder of the company responsible for the production of the popular 5-Hour Energy drink, until his 30s remained a monk who worked as a taxi driver.
The angel investor, Bjman Nawzad, worked in the sale of carpets until his thirties.
Mark Cuban, the famous American businessman, billionaire and owner of the Dalla Mavericks Basketball Club, worked as a bartender in his own bar until the age of 25.
Mary Kay Ash, founder of the famous cosmetics company of the same name, was selling books and delivering some goods to the home until age 45 before starting her own company.
Harrison Ford, the famous Oscar-nominated American actor and producer, until his thirties was a carpenter.
There is no doubt that all these experiences and success stories should be able to spread a lot of enthusiasm, hope, optimism and energy in everyone who has ambitions to be a successful entrepreneur or to start building his project and realizing his own dream.