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 7 Billionaires Who Started With Nothing

The world is full of millionaires who started their careers with nothing. These billionaires didn’t always have it so good, but they were able to make the most of their situations and end up with a lot of money in their bank accounts. 

If you want to become a billionaire yourself, you must learn from these people. 

Here are 7 examples:


1. Bill Gates:

Bill Gates is the richest man in the world, and one of the most successful entrepreneurs in history.

He's been called an "investor's investor," because he has made hundreds of billions of dollars off his investments, including founding Microsoft with Paul Allen.

 In addition to being one of America's greatest philanthropists (he has donated billions to charities), he also helped create things like Internet Explorer and Windows 98 SE.

Gates' story isn't just about success; it's also about how hard it was for him to get there at first! When he graduated from Harvard University with a degree in mathematics (yes), his father told him that if he wanted to become rich someday then "money won't buy happiness." It wasn't until after college when his friend Steve Ballmer offered him $50k if he could write some software code that Bill realized what could happen if you put your mind toward something meaningful enough—and thus began his passion for computer science research!

2. Walt Disney:

Walt Disney was born in Chicago in 1901. His father was a carpenter, and his mom was a housewife. When he was young, Walt had dreams of being an artist or writer (or both), but it wasn’t until later that he decided to make his dream come true by becoming an animator for the movie industry.

Walt’s first job was as a newspaper artist—and not just any kind of artist; he drew pictures of animals! He loved drawing pictures so much that it eventually led him down another path: making his cartoons based on what he saw around him as an adult.

3. Stephen King:

In his spare time, King wrote in his kitchen. He would sit at the table and write for hours until he felt like he had enough to send out to publishers. When he realized that nobody was interested in what he had written, he moved on to other pursuits—like writing novels about scary monsters and heroes fighting them.

King's first novel was Carrie (1974), which was published when he was only 23 years old. The book became an instant hit and has been translated into more than 40 languages around the world!

4. Arnold Schwarzenegger:

Arnold Schwarzenegger was a professional bodybuilder who became an actor and politician.

He was born in Thal, Austria on July 30th, 1947 to Gustav Schwarzenegger Sr., a carpenter, and his wife Aurelia (Schwarzenegger). When he was 5 years old, his family moved to Graz where he learned how to play football before going back home when he turned 14 years old. He joined the Austrian Army around this time as well as played American football for them to get into shape for competitions with other countries’ armies later down the road!

5. Oprah Winfrey:

Oprah Winfrey is one of the rich women in the world. She's also a philanthropist, who has donated $160 million to her alma mater, Tennessee State University (TSU). 

Winfrey was one of the first African-American owners of an American television network.

Winfrey began her career as a local news reporter in Nashville before going on to become known for her documentary series O Magazine.

 In 1986 she founded Harpo Productions with Stedman Graham which produced several successful shows including The Oprah Winfrey Show which aired from 1986 to 2011 and now airs reruns online at

6. Steve Jobs:

Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco and grew up in Los Altos, California. His father was a machinist and his mother was a real estate agent. He was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs, who gave him the name Steven Paul Jobs.

After dropping out of Reed College after one semester (he was interested in music), he returned home where he worked as an editor for The Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock & Roll magazine from 1968 to 1971 before joining Atari Inc., then known as "Atari Division," which created Pong—the first video game ever made for home computers or consoles like Atari 2600 or ColecoVision™!

7. Larry Ellison:

You probably know Larry Ellison as the co-founder and executive chairman of Oracle Corporation, a software company that he founded with his childhood friend Bob Miner. Ellison is a world-renowned entrepreneur who has made billions through his many ventures. He was born on August 17, 1944, in New York City to an unwed Jewish mother named Ruth Esther Cooper who worked as an actress and dancer at The Metropolitan Opera Company before marrying Larry’s father Jack.

Ellison grew up poor in Brooklyn but went on to earn a degree from Brooklyn College in electrical engineering with honors before moving on to study computer science at Stanford University where he earned another degree (this time in mathematics).

"Success never comes easily, but it’s attainable when you know how to overcome hurdles and setbacks".

Don't give up – Success doesn’t always happen overnight, but persistence will get you there in the end. If your goal seems too big or out of reach, be patient with yourself and take baby steps until you reach a point where it feels like an accomplishment for yourself rather than something that comes from external forces (like luck).


There are so many ways to start a business and make money online, but the key is determination. Keep at it and never give up!



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