Hello, people!

         Welcome to my blog and I’m happy that you are reading know this post. Stay until the end, because it’s something that you should know.

       In my country, today is Easter, so I don’t say “Happy Easter”, but “Let’s be happy at Easter”. Do you agree with me?

       Because today is a big holiday (and I said this in my first blog post), I decided to do something that inspires and motivates us: a life story. I made a category called like this, and every week on Sunday I’ll post a story.

       Maybe many of you know this life story, today the brand is very popular.

(With this story I don’t make reclamation for the brand. I don’t sustain the unhealthy products.)

       Let me write an introduction (I promise that it’s not long):

       Do you have times when you wish to give up, because it’s too hard and you think that’s in vain? You started that project (a blog, for example) with so much enthusiasm, but in several weeks you thought that you should finish it? Or you have so much hate and decided to quit? If yes, this story is for you.

Colonel Sanders | Kentucky Fried Chicken

       Once, there was an older man, who was broke, living in a tiny house and owned a beat up car. He was living off of $99 social security checks. At 65 years of age, he decided things had to change. So he thought about what he had to offer. His friends raved about his chicken recipe. He decided that this was his best shot at making a change.

      He left Kentucky and traveled to different states to try to sell his recipe. He told restaurant owners that he had a mouthwatering chicken recipe. He offered the recipe to them for free, just asking for a small percentage on the items sold. Sounds like a good deal, right?

      Unfortunately, not to most of the restaurants. He heard NO over 1000 times. Even after all of those rejections, he didn’t give up. He believed his chicken recipe was something special. He got rejected 1009 times before he heard his first yes.

       With that one success, Colonel Hartland Sanders changed the way Americans eat chicken. Kentucky Fried Chicken, popularly known as KFC, was born.


Nice story. What’s your opinion about it? Let me know in the comments.

In conclusion, never give up and always believe in yourself in spite of rejection. Do what you think that’s correctly and what you feel.

Hope you enjoyed, it was Daniela, see you!

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