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This Story Might Give You Some Motivation : )
Colonel Harland Sanders || Founder at Kentucky Fried Chicken®
Everyone thinks I’m a big success, what with inventing the world’s best fried chicken and all. But before that, I spent 65 years doing a whole mess of jobs poorly. I was born in 1890 in Henryville, Indiana, and my life just got crazier from there. Here’s a little summary that includes some unique aspects of my youth before I became the chicken-cooking Colonel you know today.
I dropped out of sixth grade because I didn’t like math and because I needed to work to earn money to take care of my mother, my brother and my sister after my father died. I worked on a farm until I was 15. Then I got a job as a streetcar conductor in New Albany, Indiana. In 1906 I joined the Army and looked after mules in Cuba. Then I was a railroad man for the Illinois Central Railroad. Then I got my law degree from Southern University. After that, I moved to Jeffersonville, Indiana where I sold insurance. Then I was secretary at the Chamber of Commerce in Columbus, Indiana. Then I delivered babies. Then I sold tires. Then I started a ferryboat company. Years later I would run for political office. Then I opened my own gas station. People started asking me where they could get a bite to eat and that led me to opening my fried chicken restaurant. Governor Ruby Laffoon loved it so much he made me a Colonel. At age 65, I had finally found the thing I could do better than anyone in the world: cook fried chicken.
Forgive me, folks. I cannot remember all of the exact dates during which I held these jobs.
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