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Facebook started in a dorm room with nothing.

Dangote started out with selling sweets.

Apple began in a garage with some spare computer parts from HP.

Don Jazzy started out in D'Banj mother's boys quarters.

KFC's Colonel Sanders started out with $99 retirement pay check.

P-Square started out their music career with their manager/brother Jude Okoye selling his second hand car to pay for studio time.

The lesson here is you don't need millions in capital to build a Fortune 500 company or become a success. You just need talent, passion and discipline to stick to your goals.

So dream BIG but start small.

Remember that you can't win the lottery if you don't buy a ticket.

— Ebuka J. Anichebe (The Thinker)
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