Being unstoppable means you genuinely want what’s best for everyone—even those you would consider your competitors.
some people’s who were unstoppale and created history are.
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1) DASHRAT MANJHI ( 1934 – 2007 )
Dashrath manjhi also known as MOUNTAIN MAN . Unstoppable man
He was a labourer in Gehlaur village near Gaya in Bihar.
His Unstoppable and astonished work was that when his wife Falguni devi died after an accident due to not receiving medical care as there was no hospitals nearby. Dashrath manjhi thinking that no one else should suffer this fate he resolved to build the road to make his village more accesible. He carved a path 110 m long (360 ft), 9.1 m (30 ft) wide and 7.6 m (25 ft) deep through a hillock using only a hammer and chisel.After 22 years of work, Dashrath shortened travel between the Atri and Wazirganj blocks of Gaya town from 55 km to 15 km.
He compleated this work in 22 years ( 1966 – 1988 ).
2) MALALA 13 year girl
Malala Yousafzai, a 13 year old girl from Mingora realized how important education was for her.
Malala’s struggle earned her not only peace in Swat and education for girls, but also an unexpected reward. Prime Minister presented her with national peace award Yousaf Raza Gilani for her struggle against terrorism. To add to the honour , One introduced an award in her name on National level which would go down in history as the Malala peace Award.
“I wanted to be able to attend school again. I wished for peace. The only reward I wanted was peace in Swat. I didn’t want any other award, nor did I think I would get one”, said Malala.
3) Michael Phelps
Michel Fred Phelps (born June 30, 1985) is a retired American swimmer who holds the record for the most Olympics medals won by any athlete at 28, including 23 gold medals and 13 individual golds. Phelps competed in his first Olympics at the age of 15, as part of the U.S. men’s swim team.
He was the first American male swimmer to earn a spot on five Olympic teams and also made history as the oldest individual gold medalist in Olympic swimming history at the age of 28.
One source of motivation is Believe System Believe system is the system which make individual person to do anything .
Michael Phelps’ Top
When he broke the world record in the 100-meter butterfly at the 2009 World Championships, Michael swam at an astonishingly speedy (or at least by human standards) 5.5 miles per hour. ESPN (Entertainment and Sports Programming Network) has put Phelps’ top swimming speed at 6 miles per hour.
Michael Phelps vs. Shark
The hammerhead shark swam the distance at 15 miles per hour, while the great white shark swam at a whopping 26 miles per hour. Phelps only beat the reef shark by 0.2 seconds, clocking in at 6 miles per hour.
4) Jeff Bezos
World’s Richest person The Unstoppable – Jeff Bezos life story .
Jeff Bezos was born on ( January 12, 1964 ) is an American technology entrepreneur, investor,philanthropist, and the founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer.
After Bezos graduated from Princeton in 1987, he was offered jobs at Intel, Bell Labs, and Andersen Consulting, among others. He first worked at Fitel, a financial telecommunications start-up, where he was tasked with building a network for international trade. Bezos was promoted to head of development and director of customer service thereafter. He transitioned into the banking industry when he became a product manager at Bankers trust. Bezos worked there from 1988 to 1990. He then joined D. E. Shaw & Co, a newly founded hedge fund, in 1990. He work there until 1994 and, at age 30, became its fourth senior vice-president.
In late 1993, Bezos decided to start an online bookstore. He left his job at D. E. Shaw and founded Amazon in his garage on July 5, 1994, after writing its business plan on a trip from New York to Seattle. Bezos named his new company “Amazon” after the Amazon River in South America, in part because the name begins with the letter “A,” which is at the beginning of the alphabet. He accepted an estimated $300,000 from his parents and invested in Amazon. He warned many early investors that there was a 70% chance that Amazon would fail or go bankrupt. Although Amazon was originally an online bookstore, Bezos had always planned to expand to other products. Three years after Bezos founded Amazon, he took it public with an initial public offering (IPO).In response to critical reports from Fortune and Barron’s, Bezos maintained that the growth of the internet would overtake competition from larger book retailers such as Borders and Barnes & Noble.
In 1998, Bezos diversified into the online sale of music and video; by the end of the year, he had also expanded the company’s products to include a variety of consumer goods. Bezos used the $54 million raised during the company’s 1997 equity offering to finance aggressive acquisition of smaller competitors. In 2002, Bezos led Amazon to launch Amazon Web Services, which compiled data from weather channels and website traffic. In late 2002, rapid spending from Amazon caused it financial distress when revenues stagnated. In 2000, Bezos borrowed $2 billion from banks, as its cash balances dipped to only $350 million. After the company nearly went bankrupt, he closed distribution centers and laid off 14% of the Amazon workforce. In 2003, Amazon rebounded from financial instability and turned a profit of $400 million. In November 2007, Bezos launched the Amazon Kindle. According to a 2008 Time profile, Bezos wished to create the same flow state found in video game simulations in books; he wished readers would fully engage with books. In 2013, Bezos secured a $600 million contract with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on behalf of Amazon Web Services. In October that year, Amazon was recognized as the largest online shopping retailer in the world.Due to the growth of Alibaba in China, Bezos has often expressed interest in expanding Amazon into India.
5) Arunima Sinha
( The Unstoppable- Iron Women of India )
She was a national volleyball player. Some robbers pushed her from a running train in 2011 while she was resisting them but one of her legs had to be amputated below the knee.
Her aim was to climb all the continents’ highest peaks and hoist the national flag of India. She has already done six peaks: Everest in Asia, Kilimanjaro in Africa, Elbrus in Europe, Kosciuszko in Australia, Aconcagua in Argentina and Carstensz Pyramid (Puncak Jaya) in Indonesia.
Arunima Sinha, a former national volleyball and football player, boarded the Padmavati Express train at Lucknow for Delhi on 12 April 2011, to take an examination to join the CISF. Robbers pushed her out of a general coach of the train and wanting to snatch her bag and gold chain. Recounting the incident, she said: ” I resisted and they pushed me out of the train I could not move I remember seeing a train coming towards me I tried getting up By then , the train had run over my leg and I don’t remember anything after that ”she fell on the railway track, another train on a parallel track crushed her leg below the knee. She was rushed to the hospital with serious leg and pelvic injuries, and lost her leg after doctors amputated it to save her life.
She contacted Bachendri Pal, the first Indian woman to climb Mount Everest, in 2011 by telephone and signed up for training under her at the Uttarkashi camp of the Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF) 2012.
It was my tribute to Shankara Bhagawan and Swami Vivekananda who has been an inspiration throughout my life.
After the climb
Uttar Pradesh’s then-incumbent chief minister Akhilesh Yadav honored Arunima and handed over two cheques for an amount of Rs. 25 lakh in a function organised at her residence in Lucknow. This included a cheque of Rs. 20 lakh from the state government and a cheque of Rs. 5 lakh on behalf of the Samajwadi Party. Chief minister said Sinha by her hard work and determination had climbed the Mount Everest and created history. She was congratulated by the Indian Sports Minister Jitendra Singh on her achievement.
A dedication of Arunima Sinha is now towards social welfare work and wants to open a sports academy for the poor people.She is donating all the financial aids she is getting through awards and seminars for the same cause. The academy would be named Shaheed Chandra Shekhar Vikalang Khel Academy.
She wrote the book “Born again on the mountain”, launched by Prime minister of India Narendra Modi in December 2014.
She was awarded Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award of India, in 2015. She is Awarded Tenzing Norgay Highest Mountaineering Award in India same as Arjun Award.
Arunima Sinha 7 Rules of Success Story
6) Muhammad Ali – Unstoppable Success Story
The fight is won or lost far away from witnesses – behind the lines, in the gym, and out there on the road, long before I dance under those lights. – Muhammad Ali
Born in January 17, 1942 American professional boxer Muhammad Ali is widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century. He won a gold medal in the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome and was the first three-time heavyweight boxing champion of the world. But how did he become “The Greatest”?
Despite his talent to creating amazing poems before the fights, he hated to read. In fact, Ali was dyslexic, and barely graduated from high school. “He graduated 376 out of a class of 391. ” – CBS News. ‘I never said I was the smartest, I said I was the greatest,’ – as Muhammad said.
When he was 12 years old someone stole his bicycle. Furious, Muhammad Ali went to report the crime to police officer Joe Martin, who was also a boxing coach at the Columbia Gym. When Muhammad Ali said he wanted to beat up the person who stole his bike, Martin told him that he should probably learn to fight first. A few days later he began boxing training at Martin’s gym. Soon Ali began taking his diet seriously avoiding alcohol, cigarettes and the junk food he loved.
Ali became professional in 1960. He had won 29 matches in a row without losing even one. When he won the World Heavyweight Title from Sony Liston in 1964 he was the youngest person to take the title. The day after winning the championship, he changed his name from Cassius Clay and announced his conversion to Islam. The public was not happy. Because of his religious beliefs in 1960 Ali refused to be inducted into the armed forces. Muhammad Ali was banned from boxing and stripped of his heavyweight title. He was also charged of five years in prison which meant his boxing career was almost over.
In 1974 Ali got chance to fight for Heavyweight Title with George Foreman. Ali was much slower and older than he used to while Foreman was considered to be unbeatable. For the second time But Ali made history when he won that fight in eight-round and for the second time become the heavyweight champion of the world.
In 1978, Muhammad Ali was extremely surprised when novice boxer Leon Spinks beat him. Ali admitted that he was not at his best and vowed to win back the title in a rematch. He won and became the first person to win the Heavyweight title three times.
Last journey – Muhammad Ali
In his retirement, Ali devoted much of his time to philanthropy also supported the Special Olympics and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. “Ali traveled to numerous countries, including Mexico and Morocco, to help out those in need. In 1998, he was chosen to be a United Nations Messenger of Peace because of his work in developing nations.”
Muhammad Ali considered one of the greatest heavyweights of all time by boxing commentators and historians passed away on the evening of June 3, 2016, at a Phoenix, Arizona facility.