Have a successful life is enough
When he was thirtyfive, misfortune again befell on him. When he was driving across a hugebridge, the steel ropes along the edge of the bridge were broken and he fell into the river withhis car. He suffered such severe injuries that he could no longer continue his job of promotingtires.
When he was forty, he opened a gas station in a town. However, he came into dispute becausehe beat his rivalries due to the billboard hanging problems.
When he was fortyseven, he divorced his second wife, which had deeply stricken his threechildren.
When he was sixty-one, he campaigned for a senator but failed at last.
When he was sixtyfive, his ongrowth restaurant was dismantled by the government due toroad renovating. He was compelled to sell out all his facilities at a very low price.
When he sixty-six, he made a living by promoting his chicken-frying technics to variousrestaurants in different places.
When he was seventyfive, he felt powerless to maintain his company, so he transferred hisbrand and patent to others. The new owner suggested giving him ten thousand stock sharesas part of the purchasing price. But he turned down the suggestion. Later the price of thestocks of the company soared and he lost the chance of being a billionaire.
When he was eightythree, he opened another fastfood restaurant but fell into a lawsuit dueto trademark and patent issues.
When he was eighty-eight, he achieve great success and became well-known to the wholeworld.
He was exactly the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, Ha Lunde • Sandoz. He often said, “People always complain about the bad weather. Actually the weather is not bad at all. As longas you are optimist and confident all the time, you will have a good weather everyday.”