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People of Success and the Top the World, Who Drop Out Of His school

You certainly are familiar with the figures below. In fact they are of Successful Entrepreneurs, Inventors, Politicians, and Artists Top drop out of school before they were famous.

1. Thomas A. Edison

 
Thomas Edison is probably the most famous and productive as the inventor of all time, with more than 1,000 patents in his name, including electric light bulbs, phonograf, and film cameras. He became a multi-millionaire himself and won the Congressional Gold Medal. Edison started school late because of illness and, consequently, his mind often wandered, making one of his teachers called him a "mess." He dropped out after three months of formal education. Fortunately, her mother had been a school teacher in Canada and home-school young Edison

2. Benjamin Franklin


Benjamin Franklin has a lot of professions: politician, diplomat, author, publisher, scientist, inventor, founder, and co-author of the Declaration of Independence and the cosigner. One thing that he had not graduated from high school. Franklin was the fifteenth child and youngest son in the family. He spent two years at Boston Latin School before leaving at the age of ten years and worked for his father, and later his brother, such as printers

3. Bill Gates



Bill Gates is co-founder of software giant Microsoft and has been ranked the richest person in the world for several years. Gates dropped out of Harvard in the first year after reading an article about the Altair microcomputer in Popular Electronics magazine. He and his friend Paul Allen formed Micro Soft (later changed to Microsoft) to write software for the Altair.

4. Albert Einstein



Although he entered in Time magazine as "Man of the Century," Albert Einstein did not become "Einstein" in school physics Nobel Prize winner, known for his contributions to the theory of relativity and quantum theory and statistical mechanics, high school dropouts at age 15. Decides to continue their education a year later, Einstein took the entrance exams into prestigious universities namely the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, but failed. He returned to high school, get a diploma, and then pass the university entrance exam on the second attempt.

5. John D. Rockefeller


Two months before graduating from high school, history records the first billionaire, John D. Rockefeller, Sr., decided to take a business course at Folsom Mercantile College. He founded the Standard Oil Company in 1870, making billions before the company was disbanded by the government because of monopoly, and spent the last 40 years to donate his wealth, mainly for reasons related to health and education.

6. Walt Disney


In 1918, while still in high school, future Oscar-winning film producer and pioneer park of Walt Disney started taking night classes at the Academy of Fine Arts in Chicago. Disney dropped out of high school at age 16 and joined the army, but because he was too young to sign, he joined the Red Cross with a fake birth certificate instead. Disney sent to France where he drove an ambulance covered from top to bottom with a cartoon character who eventually became the film. After becoming a multimillionaire founder of the Walt Disney Company and won the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Disney received honorary high school diploma at age 58.

7. Kol. Sanders




Colonel Harland Sanders managed to overcome the lack of education to become the largest employers in the business of fried chicken. His father died when she was six years old, and because his mother worked, he was forced to cook for her family. After dropping out of primary school, Sanders worked many jobs, including firefighter, steamboat driver, and insurance salesman. He then obtained a law degree from a correspondence school. Sanders' cooking and business experience helped him make millions as the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken (now KFC).

8. Princess Diana


The late Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, he is regarded academically as students below average, after failing all O-level exam (exam given to students 16 years in England to determine their educational level). At age 16, she left West Heath and finishing school in Switzerland before coming out of there as well. Diana became a talented amateur singer and wanted to be ballet dancers. Diana went to work as part-time assistant in young englan kindergarden, child care and kindergarten. Contrary to the claims, he is not a kindergarten teacher, because he had no educational qualifications to teach, In 1981, at age 19, Diana was engaged to Prince Charles

9. Elton John




Sir Elton John has sold more than 250 million albums and has more than 50 Top 40 hits, making him one of the most successful musicians of all time. At age 11, Elton signed in London's Royal Academy of Music on a piano scholarship. Bored with classical compositions, Elton prefers rock 'n' roll, and after five years he quit school to become a weekend pianist at a local pub. At age 17, he formed a band called Bluesology

10. Harry Houdini


Houdini's name is synonymous with magic. Prior to becoming a world famous magician and escape artist named Harry Houdini, dropped out of school at age 12, worked at several jobs, including internships ditukang key. At age 17, he teamed with fellow fans of magic Jack Hayman to form the Houdini Brothers, until His figure is much loved by the world class Magician David Copperfield including
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