BARACK OBAMA – Farewell Speech: “Yes We Can!”

Barrack Obama, an American politician who served as the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. Some of his greatest achievements include the assassination of the world's most wanted terrorist, Osama Bin Laden, who spearheaded the 9/11 attacks, LGBT rights, promoting diplomatic relations, favorable domestic policy, and many more.

PARIS HILTON – The Real Life Tragic Story

Paris has also made her mark in the business world through her lifestyle brand, with her perfume line generating more than US$2 billion in revenue. It earned her the reputation of "Billion Dollar Entrepreneur in 2011 by Variety magazine. She is an an American Media Personality, Singer, Model, Actress, and D.J.

SIGMUND FREUD – Psychosexual Stages Of Development

We have understood the stage of human life broken down as the id, ego, and superego, where human beings evolve into society. It was made possible through the invention of psychoanalysis theory by Sigmund Freud.

BEYONCE – Queen B – Artist With The Most Grammy Awards

Beyonce was announced as the female artist with the most win. Her singing talent was discovered by a dance instructor named Darlette Johnson. She came into the limelight through her defunct "Destiny Child" group, where she was lead the lead singer and began to draw attention for her melodious voice after releasing their first single, "No No No" in 1997.

ALFRED NOBEL – Founder OF The Nobel Prize

Alfred Nobel invented gelignite, a better alternative to dynamite. In 1887, he discovered patented ballistite which further led to the invention of cordite. His effort got him the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences membership in 1884, and Uppsala gave him an honorary doctorate in 1893. He decided to immortalize his legacy by founding the Nobel Prize, which he stated must be given to anyone who merits it without any bias or prejudice.

MORGAN FREEMAN – The Narrator

Morgan Freeman, a prominent American Actor, Narrator and Director; and has a reputation for his deep narrating voice. Freeman took a job as a dancer in 1964 World’s Fair, became a member of Opera Ring musical theatre group, and acted in “The Royal Hunt of the Sun” which kick-started his career. He gave more successful films like “The Shawshank Redemption,” which he narrated, “Bopha,” “Outbreak,” “Seven”, “Long Way from Home,” also played as narrator, and many more.

J. P. MORGAN – Panic Of 1907

J. P. Morgan, who understands his game in the business world. Morgan's greatness began when he took control of his father's business and he helped the railroad industry achieved stability by developing a suitable railroad in all parts of the United States. The biggest moment for J.P. Morgan was during the Panic of 1907 when he provided financial assistance for the local sector, such as insurance, mining and the communication industry.

LARRY PAGE – Founder of Google

Larry Page developed an algorithm that convert to a search engine along with using HTML programming skills and set up a simple search page that gained popularity among Stanford users. Larry Page, a man who has made the world a place of fun and comfort because of his joint invention of the internet platform "Google," where billions of people worldwide visit.

EMINEM – Rap God

Eminem was raised alone by his mother after his father left them, because he had other children. Eminem became more of a loner and quitted school after failing 9th grade twice. However, his ability to tell a story through music was a talent he had since childhood. He began to walk into greatness after losing the 1997 Los Angeles Rap Olympics. Hearing a passionate voice rapping, Dr. Dre tracked him down and gave his first major record deal. He released his official record label album “The Slim Shady LP”.

ALBERT EINSTEIN – Father of the Atomic Bomb

Albert Einstein dropping from school and took on many odd jobs for survival. At the age of 12, he discovered an original proof for Pythagorean Theorem. And at 14, he mastered integral and differential calculus. He was tagged as the "Father of Atomic Bomb" and Founder of Relativity Theory.

DHIRUBHAI AMBANI – Founder of Reliance Industries

There is a popular story about Dhirubhai Ambani. When he was in Yemen. He melted silver bullion and sold it as pure silver. Because he knew that pure silver has more demand and value as compared to silver bullion and earned a lot of money. We can see his exceptional entrepreneurial skills from this story.

SHAHRUKH KHAN – King Of Bollywood

Shahrukh Khan was born in a Muslim family. His parents were so poor, that they had no money, to send him to theaters to watch movies. And suffered many failures at the beginning of his career. With the aid of theatre and television, he successfully entered into the film industry. He got his first act in television serials titled Fauji in 1988 and then Circus in 1989. This announced his entry into Bollywood. And now he became a King of Bollywood.

THE UNDERTAKER- Legends Never Die

Inspiring journey of Mark William Calaway popularly known by his ring name 'Undertaker'. He dropped out of the university to pursue a career in basketball. But then he set his focus on becoming a professional Wrestler. He is the only wrestler with no song, but a trademark beat. Upon his retirement, many wrestlers paid homage to him and was duly honored by colleagues and fans all over the world.

NELSON MANDELA – Long Walk to Freedom

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela who lived a life of service. He was a South African activist and politician. He began to make waves upon his entry into South African politics after joining the African National Congress in 1944. Nelson Mandela and his friend Oliver Tambo established the first black law firm in South Africa. He focused on his Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund, Nelson Mandela Foundation, and The Mandela Rhodes Foundation where he continued to give back to humanity.

MICHAEL JACKSON – King of POP

Michael Jackson was an American singer, songwriter and dancer. Began his music career with his brothers in a group known as ‘The Jackson 5.’ He won lots of awards including Grammys, was included in several Halls of fame, and also Guinness Book of Record awards. Michael Jackson will forever be remembered for his electric dance moves, known as “Break Dance” and the moonwalk.

SHAWN CARTER – First Hip Hop Billionaire

The fascinating and motivating story of Shawn Carter. To become stable financially, he dropped out of college, and began pursuing his music career alongside his friends. Jayz has not only made his mark in music, he has established himself in the business line, that has earned him fortunes.

STEVEN SPIELBERG – A Billionaire Filmmaker

Steven Spielberg was rejected thrice at the University of Southhern Carolina because of his poor grades. He wasn’t interested in academics; his focus was theater, where he aspired to be a filmmaker. He was given the privilege of directing a short-film, 35 mm Amblin, by Universal studio, and the vice-president was largely impressed by his work. He would drop out of school a year later, to work fully for Universal and officially signed.

SHAQUILLE O’NEAL – FIBA Hall of Fame

The story of Shaquille O’Neal is an intriguing story of a young lad, whose zeal conquered the world. His desire for greatness helped him burst on to the scene, of the National Basketball Association in the United States.

STEVE JOBS – Founder of Apple

Steve Jobs story motivates people to stay true to their dreams and never give up, no matter how tough things get. He was academically gifted child, often described as being the smartest person in the room. When he was ten, Steve had forged a strong passion for electronics. Growing up, he loved electronics but also appreciated the humanities.

LIONEL MESSI – Argentine Footballer

The story of Lionel Messi popularly known as “La Pulga”. Messi is an Argentine footballer who grew in the city of Rosario and was born to a football loving family. Right from an early age, it became obvious that he had an exceptional talent, the likes of which had never been seen.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese professional footballer who has put every ounce of his being into his record-breaking shots. He plays as a forward for Serie A club Juventus and leads the Portugal national team phenomenally. He is the most followed celebrity on Instagram with 230 million followers.

Warren Buffet

Warren Buffet, was born on 30 August, 1930 in Omaha, Nebraska. He had a great interest in money, and started working on it form a young age. He also showed, that age is indeed just a number, by first buying the stock, at the tender age of 11, and first filing taxes, at the age of 13. He sold soft drinks, and invested those earnings, into 40 acres of land, at the mere age of 14.

J. K. Rowling

J.K Rowling is the creator of the Harry Potter universe. Joanne Kathleen Rowling was born near Bristol, England. Growing up, she was always surrounded by books as she loved reading and writing. She published her first book when she was only six years old and her first novel at the mere age of eleven! She worked at a company in London, when she had the brainchild ‘Harry Potter.’

Sylvester Stallone

Sylvester Stallone grew up with negativity around him. Facing many problems and traumatic past he still managed to stand tall and become an actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and artist. Stallone cleaned tables, theaters and worked as an extra in films until he hit his remarkable success as an actor, when he performed in a role of a boxer Rocky Balboa, in the blockbuster film Rocky.

Lata Mangeshkar – The Nightingale of India

Lata Mangeshkar was the oldest child in the family, from the four siblings. Her father, Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar was a well known Marathi classical singer and theatre actor. Right since the time she was 5 years old, she had been trained by her father in classical singing. At the young age of 13, she recorded her first song. She also started working in her father’s plays from a young age. In the 1940s, when Lata was a teenager, she struggled to support her family as a struggling performing artist and singer. In 1949, Mangeshkar recorded the song “Uthaye ja unke sitam” for the movie “Andaz”, she became a hit all over the country.

Lakshmi Mittal

Laxmi Mittal, also known as Laxmi Narayan Mittal, is an Indian entrepreneur who owns the world’s largest steelmaking industry. He was born in a Baniya family in Rajasthan, in June 1950. A few years later, his family moved to Calcutta. It was at this time and place Mittal learnt about managing a business, from his father Mohan Lal Mittal. Mohan Lal Mittal was building a steel industry at this time. Whereas, Lakshmi was busy gaining his laureates in business and economics from St. Xavier’s University, Calcutta. 

Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the first non- member of the Indian National Congress who served a full term as the Prime Minister of India. Vajpayee was born into an ordinary Hindu Brahmin family, to a teacher. He was brought up in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. He completed his education with a bachelor’s degree in Hindi, English and Sanskrit. He completed his post-graduation in Political Science.

Elon Musk- The Tech Tycoon

“I think it’s possible for ordinary people to choose to be extraordinary.” These are some very important words, said by one of the smartest, richest people on this planet- Mr Elon Musk. This is a name that isn’t unfamiliar to anyone, in any corner of the world today. He is an engineer, entrepreneur and industrial designer.

The 1962 Rezang La Battle

“There is no war that will end all wars.” On the 20th of October in the year 1962, the Chinese attacked the Indian border along the North-East Frontier Agency and Ladakh. This came to be what we know today as the Indo-Sino War. In November 1962, at about 3:30 am, clashes occurred at the Rezang La pass at Chusul Valley. Today, we will reiterate this incident.

Narayana Murthy- Father of the Indian IT Industry

It is said that “Success is not what you have, but success is what you are.” One such person who proved these words to be true is N.R. Narayana Murthy. Today, almost everyone has heard this name. He is also called as the Father of the Indian IT Industry.

Amitabh Bachchan- The Icon of Bollywood

Bollywood is a vast and greatly advanced industry in today’s time. It is an integral part of India’s media. An integral part of this industry happens to be our person of topic today- Mr Amitabh Bachchan. An excellent actor, orator, artist and poet. He is one of the most important people in Indian cinema and has contributed greatly to its progress and development over the years.

Gautam Adani

Today, our story is about one of the most famous entrepreneurs of India, Mr Gautam Adani. Unlike most businessmen today, Gautam did not inherit his business and work from his family. He worked hard and built his way upwards. He paved his way towards success through hard work and sheer wit in managing a business.

Sara Blakely- The Fashion Industry Genius

“If you learn from defeat, you haven’t really lost.” Sara Blakely is the woman who gracefully learnt from defeat and wove her path towards success, making her one of the most powerful entrepreneurs in the fashion industry today. This is her story, brought to you by Eureka Moment.

Byju Raveendran- The Pioneer of Online Education

“This is not a business, I started as a business. It's a passion which ended up becoming a business.” Raveendran Byju is the founder of the edtech app, Byju’s the learning app enabling thousands of students to prepare for the competitive entrance exams. This is his story.

Marie Curie, The Wonder Woman

Marie Curie was born in Warsaw on November 7, 1867. She was the daughter of a secondary school teacher, and although she received only a general education in local schools and some scientific training from her father, she volunteered to help other girls by getting involved in a Students’ Revolutionary Organization. Watch her story and Eureka Moment.

Lee Byung – Chul: Magnetism of the technological world

Born in February 1910 Byung-Chul was the son of a wealthy landowning family in Korea. In 1938 he had established a trucking business and then moved to nearby Daegu city and founded the Samsung group as a trading company at a grocery store. Samsung started as a small trading company with forty employees. Be great strong and everlasting was the motto of Samsung meaning 3 stars, Number 3 in Korean ‘Sam’ is a popular number which means the grand and mighty and star pronounced sung means ‘eternally shining’.

Chanakya- The Great Strategist

“Once you start working on something, don’t be afraid of failure ,and don’t abandon it. People who work sincerely, are the happiest.” Today’s story is about an Indian philosopher, teacher, jurist and economist. He is known for his intelligence and clever decisions. A person of unappealing appearance, accentuated by his broken teeth ,and crooked feet, he suffered great humiliation before he became a significant person, in the foundation, expansion and building of the Maurya Empire.

Ekta Kapoor: The Empress of Indian Television

"Expect the unexpected from me!" Quoted by Ekta Kapoor. Ekta Ravi Kapoor, the czar of Indian television industry was born on 7th of June 1975 to the legendary Bollywood actor Jeetendra aka Ravi Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor. Her younger brother, Tusshar Kapoor is also a Bollywood actor. This is her story.

Strictly Ballroom- Conrad Coelho

“Dance is an art, paint your dream and follow it.” One such person who has beautifully illustrated his dream into his life is Mr Conrad Coelho. Mr Conrad Coelho is a professional dancer who has established his own dance school- The Conrad Coelho Dance Company. Eureka Moment is delighted to bring to you his story.

Walt Disney- The Paperboy of Animation

Disney, abode our childhood of innocent smiles. As a child,we all have beguiled ourselves into the world of princesses, fairy godmothers,talking trees, rabbits and dogs. And the mastermind we need to thank for this beautiful imaginary yet lavishing world is Sir Walter Elias Disney.

Azim Premji- The Czar of the Indian IT Industry

Ever wondered why and how Wipro Limited, became one of the most successful IT companies in the world and how it came into existence. Let me tell you a fairy tale that transformed a Vegetable oil manufacturer into a billionaire. In the year 1945, when India was on its way to get her Independence. Somewhere in Mumbai, Azim Premji was born to M.H Premji on 24th July. Muhammed Hashim Premji was a noted businessman and was popularly known among the folks as the Rice King of Burma.

A single man who saved over 2.4 million unborn babies – James Harrison

James Christopher Harrison born on 27 December 1936 hailing from Australia. He holds the record for making the most blood donations. On the surface, James Harrison appears to be just an average guy but once shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. It’s what under the surface that makes him unique. He has a very rare blood type known as Rh Null which has been termed by scientists as the Golden blood type. His blood contains a high level of anti-D antibodies which are given in cases where an Rh (D) negative mother carries an Rh (D) positive baby. This results in Rhesus Disease, a condition where a pregnant woman’s body makes antibodies to destroy the baby’s blood cells. This could result in brain damage or death of the child.

Dr Aniruddha Malpani – Nurturing Embryos and Entrepreneurs

A Genius, Investor, Influencer and Philanthropist are few attributes that go with his personality. He is a doctor by profession, angel investor as a businessman and influencer by a hobby. He is very active in the startup ecosystem and always sharing his experience and knowledge with many entrepreneurs through social media. Dr. Aniruddha Malpani, founder of Malpani Fertility Clinic and Malpani Ventures who will be sharing with us lots of insights about his initiatives and his eureka moment