One Struggle And One Life

Why Men Like George Soros Had To Struggle

Probably the most difficult aspect of success understands the struggle behind it. No one likes to be in pain, and neither do we care to wait in anticipation of it. This is just human nature and no entire fault of our own.

James Allen, in his book, “As A Man Thinketh,” said that successful people are rarely seen for the struggles they’ve had to make. In regards to George Soros, this is what we’ll discuss today. People who look from the outside in only see a partial view and are thus partially blinded. They don’t conceive the weaknesses in our strongest men or the strength in what others call the weak.

What they don’t see is the struggle that got the successful people we know of to where they are and doing what they do best. Excelling in any area of life requires effort. In a similar fashion, Mr. George Soros had to learn that something must be giving up for another “something” to be gained, which is the basic of investing. So when we see the accomplishments of one man in particular, we can only imagine the type of struggle he had to face to “get there.”

That’s why we speak of George Soros today. His current reality and brand seems larger than life and in many ways, it actually is. But he would want you to understand the real human being inside and to see that it was never easy for him. All we have to do is match someone’s success to a guiding principal. The principal is what’s used to gauge a man’s struggle and is evaluated by their living success. Read this story at about George Soros.

So consider for one moment how expansive George Soros must be. Over his lifetime alone, he’s earned in the excess of billions and in U.S. dollars. If we calculate each dollar as the value of a certain amount of struggle or something given in exchange, then the billion dollar status he has would overwhelm anyone looking from the outside in.

And this is nothing to be a ashamed of. Remember, if you’re reading this, then you’re among the other humans in the world today. Thus, we honor George Soros because he gives every living person a gigantic glimpse of hope. The hope we gather from Mr. Soros and his outstanding worth tells a secret story we all know. That story is the cost we expend from ourselves to achieve greatest.

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The cost is a particular struggle which matches its degree to the degree in which we aspire. If one man can do it, then George Soros’ story tells us that everyone can. It’s not a complicated proposition. Let George Soros be the world’s greatest example today. If this man could apply successful principles, than you can too.

There is nothing better for George than for men and women to grab hold of potential. We’re then encouraged to take it and run without looking back, having regrets and thinking twice about our destiny. Learn more about George at Biography.

From Oppression to Freedom: The Yeonmi Park Story

When she was younger, Yeonmi Park had no idea what the word “freedom” meant. Even her father had no idea about democracy. To Park’s family, their happiness was measured by having food on the table.
Such was life in North Korea. Park and her mother were able to escape one of the most oppressive countries on the planet, and after many harrowing experiences, made it to the Mongolian border, and ultimately a flight to South Korea, and the word she did not know up to that point, “freedom.”

Park’s story is detailed in her Amazon best-selling book In Order to Live: A North Korean Girl’s Journey to Freedom. It is a story that has garnered the attention of thousands and made her a prominent figure in the human rights movement. In her book, Park tells of how her family lived in what most Westerners would consider poverty, even though her father worked as a government functionary. Park and her mother managed to cross the border into China, but were at the mercy of human traffickers who subjected them to various forms of abuse. Park’s father attempted to join them in their escape, but died of cancer.

Park did manage to escape her captors and make her way to South Korea. She now dedicates her life to shedding light on the oppression of the North Korean regime and the horrors of human trafficking. The government of Kim Jong-un has attempted to label Park as being an agent of the United States and a “celebrity defector.” But Park said in the New York Times interview, “I know the truth of North Korea. The oppression and their tragedy. It cannot be silenced.”

Sanjay Shah And His Autism Rocks Fund

Sanjay Shah is the creator of Autism Rocks. Shah is a man that has always been ambitious. Shah believed that he wanted to work in Medicine for many years. After beginning his college education, he realized that medicine was not for him, so he changed his major. Sanjay Shah decided that he was going to finish college and get a degree in accounting. Shah showed exceptional skill when it came to accounting and banking. Soon he was working in some of the most well known banks in all of Europe.

In 2009 there was a big financial crisis, and Shah found himself to be without a job. He was very upset because he needed to be able to continue to provide for himself and his family. Shah decided to make another big decision, and he started his own brokerage company. That company is known as Solo Capital.

Shah Started Autism Rocks because of his young son that was diagnosed with Autism. Autism is still not very well understood, and Shah wanted to be able to get more information about Autism.  Shah decided that he was going to start Autism Rocks. Autism Rocks is a foundation that holds concerts; all of the funds that come from the concert go to research for Autism. Some very famous individuals such as Prince, Drake, and Snoop Dog have all performed in these concerts.

Shah along with his wife have made many contributions to Autism Rocks. Many individuals and families that live with Autism have received many benefits from this foundation. Autism Rocks has enabled these families to get more information about Autism, and it has also helped the rest of the world to be more aware of Autism.

Human Rights Activist And Leader Paves The Way For The Freedom of Future Generations

The Human Rights Foundation, founded in 2005 by Thor Halvorssen, works to promote much needed basic human rights for everyone around the world. Today, the foundation is made up of dedicated and passionate individuals working to spread awareness and undertake issues on human rights. With all of the inequality and mistreatment going on today, it’s a breath of fresh air to see there are those who still wish to preserve the freedom and defend the rights of every human being. The Human Rights Foundation continually attempts to improve the liberties of those who need it, and they do so despite political opposition. The foundation has even managed to help people in what could be viewed as the most isolated and politically oppressed nation, North Korea.

Long before the establishment of the Human Rights Foundation, Thor Halvorssen had already started in his mission to protect human rights. Along with the Human Rights Foundation, Halvorssen also founded the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education just 6 years prior and operated as Executive Director up until 2004. Further pushing his interest in the protection of human rights, was his father being falsely accused and imprisoned in a Venezuelan jail, where he was tortured. It took a large amount of international intervention to get his father freed. Both Amnesty International and the International Society for Human Rights had to get involved in the case.

He has also been presented in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, The Economist, The Washington Post, Time Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, New York Post, and GQ magazine for his views, opinions, and work on human rights around the globe. Halvorssen has personally produced several successful documentaries on human rights and freedom that gained some recognition and helped raise awareness. At present he is on the board of directors at the Human Rights Foundation, while maintaining the personal goal to bring equality to people of all walks of life.