When it comes to the best legendary persons of the era, we can’t choose one over the others. Instead, these best legendary persons are spread in various fields of work and life. They have inspired us with their uniqueness and their way up the success ladder. When we listen to their stories, we feel the motivation to get up and move forward even if we meet with failure. So, in our lives, the legends have a huge impact on their works and the way they live their life. Here are some unforgettable legends that we can never ignore:
Best Legendary Persons: Michael Jackson
Anything we say about the American dancer, singer-songwriter, and musician will fall short of describing him. There is a reason for him to be the “King of Pop”. The way he entertained his audience with his iconic dance moves, music, and fashion had established a cult. Though he died in 2009, he still will always remain as the iconic persona. Even Guinness World Records have recognized him as the most successful entertainer of all time. His personal life was also much-publicized and larger than life, making him a global public figure of decades.
Business Genius Bill Gates
Bill Gates is a role model for many of us because of his genius mind behind his successful business. He led his Microsoft team with great leadership while being a generous person. Apart from his business works, he is also famous for his philanthropic works. From an early age, he got the encouragement of his family to pursue knowledge about computers. So, Gates dropped out of college and started his company Microsoft along with his childhood friend Paul Allen. The company thrived after some time with success. The computer-duo started with developing software for personal computers. With the collaboration, they made the language BASIC for their first microcomputer.
Best Legendary Persons: Barack Obama II
In 2009, Barack Obama II stepped in the White House as the presidential the 44th President of the U.S. as the first African American. Before he won the presidency status, he presented Illinois from 2005-2008 in the U.S. Senate.
Since the end of Reconstruction in 1877, he was third among the African Americans to be elated on that body. He had put his extraordinary efforts to strengthen both international diplomacy and cooperation among peoples. That’s why, in 2009, the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize went to him.
Cricket Maestro Sachin Tendulkar
In the cricket world and its fans, Sachin is a household name. His contribution to the world of cricket is indescribable in short. In 1987, Dennis Lillee’s MRF Pace Foundation rejected the young Sachin, who aspires to be a fast bowler. He became the ball boy for the 1987 World Cup match between India and Zimbabwe.
Sachin’s passion for his cricket was prominent from an early age as he used to sleep with the cricket gears. His love for cricket shined throughout his career. The excellence he showed on the cricket field has earned him the “God of Cricket” title. During his debut test against Pakistan, he wore the pads Sunil Gavaskar gifted him.
The World-class Swiss Tennis Player: Roger Federer
The professional tennis player has made history in the tennis world, snatching 20 Grand Slam Titles. It is the highest anyone had achieved yet. That’s why he is one of the greatest tennis players to exist. He is an all-round player, as he can play on any surface with mastery. His expertise and excellence in the game have made him great.