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The story of KFC

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Five years later, her dad died.
At the age of 16, he dropped out of school.
By the time he was 17, he had lost four jobs.
At the age of 18, she married.
Between the ages of 18 and 22, he was a train driver and failed.
He joined the army and bathed there.

He applied for a law school but was rejected.
He became an insurance salesman and failed.
At the age of 19 he became a father.
When he was 20, his wife abandoned him and took their baby daughter.
He became a cook and a dishwasher in a small cafe.
Failing to kidnap his daughter, he finally convinced his wife to return home.
At age 65 he retired.
On the first day of retirement he received a check from the Government for $ 105.

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He realized that the government was saying that it could not support itself.
He decided to kill himself, he was no longer fit to stay; he had failed miserably.

He sat under a tree and wrote down his will, but instead, he wrote down what he was going to do with his life. He saw that there was much he did not do. There was one thing he could do better than anyone he knew. And that was the way to cook.

So he borrowed $ 87 from his check and bought and roasted chicken using his recipe, going from house to house to sell to his neighbors in Kentucky.

Remember, at age 65, she was ready to commit suicide.

But at the age of 88, Colonel Sanders, founder of the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) State, was a millionaire.

MORAL: Attitude. It’s never too late to start over.
THE MOST IMPORTANT THING, THERE IS YOUR MENTAL ATTITUDE. NEVER GIVE A PASSAGE NO MATTER HOW.
You have what it takes to succeed. Take it and make a difference.

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