It was manoeuvred by the providence.
Though in both cases, they reacted to angst, we may say – in case of Kalidas, the angst worked as “nuclear fusion” but in case of Hitler, it worked as “nuclear fission”.
Now, let us look at some of the factors that are, very much, in our own hands.
The case of Hashem Al-Ghaili
Born in Yemen in the year 1990, Hashem Al Ghaili, a science communicator, best known for his infographics and videos about scientific breakthroughs posted on You Tube, which have garnered over 9 billion views across the world, has earned him a big name.
If you looked at his educational qualifications, he is a molecular biotechnologist just like anyone else. But what has brought him on the world map is his passion to let people know about the things that are highly fascinating yet they are not fully aware of them.
It boils down to the fact that a person can earn a big name if he has a passion of some sort that fascinates most of the people of the world.
The case of Cheiro
Born in Ireland in the year 1866, William John Warner, popularly known as Cheiro for his flair for cheiromancy, meaning palmistry earned a big name to him since he touched upon a subject most people are most fascinated about – “Do the lines etched on our palms tell us anything?”
The case of Dale Carnegie
Dale Harbinson Carnegie born in Missouri in the year 1888, is known worldwide for his two books – “How to Win Friends and Influence People” and “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living”. Both books are on self-help. As admitted by Carnegie himself, he wrote the second book because he was one of the unhappiest lads in New York. So he started looking for the things that could have made him less worrisome.
It boils down to the fact that a person can earn a big name if he writes on a topic that may be of a common interest or may address the everyday nuances of living.
The case of Walt Disney
Born in Illinois in the year 1901, Walt Disney is well known the world over for the cartoon characters Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. He earned a big name as an innovative animator and won as many as 22 Academy Awards and had founded theme parks Disneyland and Walt Disney World. It is said that his artistic talent was sparked by a neighbouring doctor when he asked him to draw a drawing of his horse when he should have been hardly five years old.
The Disney Company, he had founded, has become one of the world’s largest entertainment conglomerates.
It boils down to the fact that we can earn a big name if we pursue and nurture our inborn talents.
It also boils down to the fact that we should cater to the fields that may be the most sought-after fields such as entertainment and amusement.
Thus the basic recipe for earning a big name is to have some passion in our life – such a passion that should burn like fire in our belly.
As long as your passion is burning like fire in your belly, worry you not.
It would, itself, ignite your will-power, your self-confidence and your power of determination to a level that would earn you a big name.
Whether you aspire or don’t aspire – does not make much difference.
But if the fire of passion burns in your belly – it works like a workhorse.