The original infographic can be found at BlueBirdCare. Life has numerous beginnings and several ends. While birth and death mark the biological beginning and end of a life, there are distinctly different phases in the entire journey. It is these phases that become most important and not the entire life. The most successful people in the world will have certain phases, however short they may be, which they would like to forget or revisit and change.
Subscriber Account active since. Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates made business lore for creating their multi-million dollar companies in their teens — but data suggests they are anomalies to the norm. In fact, the average age of business founders hovers around 40, according to research conducted by MIT professor Pierre Azoulay, who analyzed 2. Azoulay found a founder at age 50 is approximately twice as likely to experience a "successful exit," meaning they get acquired or go public, compared to a founder at age 30, the research found.
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When I was a child, I loved writing. At 10, I started writing a diary and never stopped. I was living in a communist country where you couldn't write what you thought, so maybe they were right. I wasn't allowed to go to university — the government wouldn't even let me apply because my parents were middle-class and not workers. Instead, I went to work as a chemical technician when I was 18 and after a while was allowed to do a degree via a correspondence course.