The world around us is changing rapidly. Before you can even predict what you are going to get next, the current technology will fade away from the market… and you will find yourself looking at more advanced, clean, more efficient, and newer version of the old one.

Just take a look at yourself. You are carrying an electronic gadget which can take your voice thousands of miles away, can put all the information of the internet just a palm distance away. Do you know what is more fascinating? It can talk back to you!

Since last century we have literally nailed in the field of science and technology. We are harvesting energy from the sun now; personal computers have already found their way to the house of nearly each and every person on this planet; we have technology to stop the stream of the river and use it for our own way; we have new green technologies, like the one that convert nearly 100% of garbage into some useful and sellable materials (thanks to Product Reincarnation Technology); we have infiltrated in space and landed on moon… Heck, we have even captured the photo of actual black hole. (On you face, Mr. Black-Hole!)

None of these achievements has become possible if it wasn’t for the amazing people whose imaginations are higher than an average earthling and who brought big changes to our world.

I proudly call them ‘Global Change-makers’. They are humble, ordinary people, just like you and me. But their visions, passion for adding high value, and courage are surely extraordinary ones.

  1. Bill Gates: The Greatest Philanthropist of Our Time

 I wanted to write about him fist because I admire him most. Bill Gates is probably the most generous, respected and tech-savvy entrepreneur of our time. He was born on October 28, 1955. As we all know, he is an American investor, entrepreneur, humanitarian, philanthropists, author, and businessman.

Gates co-founded Microsoft in 1975 which later become world’s largest PC software company. In 1980, Bill Gates gave a clear mission to the Microsoft which was also his vision since the long time: “A computer in every desk and in every home.” Due to vision of this man and his effort to make it reality, personal computers found their way to everyone’s desk nowadays. Microsoft launched its first version of ‘Microsoft Windows’ in 1985.

But his philanthropic side is also amazing. Back in 1994, he donated some corporation stock to create a charitable foundation with his wife, ‘Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’. Later on, he donated $20,1 billion worth of the stock to get his charity organizations running.

As of today, Bill Gates has donated around 25 billion dollars, making him the greatest philanthropist of our time.

  1. Roberto Hroval: The Man Who Looks Into Future

Roberto Hroval is a researcher, innovator, entrepreneur and chair person of Patent Real Corporation. Roberto had all these skills and visions when he was just 15 years old. In his teenage, Roberto built state of art, hand-made, hi-fi amplifier which was the first product he ever invented and sold.

Even then, at that very little age, Roberto had a vision which later become his business philosophy: “Make the final product so perfect that there is no need to spend extra money, machinery, or man power to improve it.”

Currently, Patent Real Corp and its founder are working on a brand new technology called Product Reincarnation Technology. It is the latest waste to energy solution with enormous 98% efficiency. By using this process, wastes and worn out products can be transformed into something useful like electricity and clean diesel oil. There is no emission and exhaust gases, the process is almost silent (less than 60db sound), and the process produces enough energy to be self-efficient.

Product Reincarnation Technology is gift to the world by Roberto and Patent Real corp. It could become the energy solution that we are looking for since decades.

  1. Stephen Hawking: Man Who Knew ‘The Theory of Everything’

Stephen Hawking is a legend that is still alive through his works even after his death. And he will continue to live. Hawking born on 8 January, 1942. He was an English theoretical physicist and cosmologist. In 1963, Hawking was diagnosed with motor neuron disease which gradually paralyzed him over decades. But even after caught in this incurable disease and not been able to move a single muscle of his body, he didn’t let his curiosity die. He kept researching and researching. Hawking’s contribution in modern physics is unparallel.

He spent most of the time discovering principals of black holes and space-time. In his book ‘Brief history of time’, published in 1988, he talked about blank holes and big bang theory. Hawking had proved that both rotating and non-rotating black holes release radiation. This was later become known as ‘Hawking’s radiation’.

  1. Abdul Sattar Edhi: The World’s Greatest Humanitarian

 Abdul Sattar Edhi was a Pakistani philanthropist and humanitarian who founded the Edhi Foundation. Edhi Foundation run world’s largest volunteer ambulance network.

Edhi’s charitable works began in 1957 when Asian flu disease swept through Karachi. He asked for donation which allowed him to buy his first ambulance, and later he expanded his charity work. Abdul Sattar Edhi is known as ´angel of mercy´ in Pakistan and throughout the globe.

He is considered as ‘the most respected figure of Pakistan’ (leaving behind Jinnah who was founder of Pakistan!). By the time of his death, Edhi was registered as guardian and parent of nearly 20,000 children.

Edhi Foundation is entire backboned by private organization which allows it to operate a network of 1800 minivan ambulance.

  1. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi: Extraordinary Nobel Prize Winner

Françoise Barré-Sinoussi is a French virologist born on 30 July, 1947. She also won Nobel Prize in Physiology and medicine in 2008. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi was curious about science from early age. During the vacation, when other children choose to play hide and seek, Barré-Sinoussi spent her time studying insects and asking question why some run faster than others.

Her major contribution is in the field of medial and virology; she helped identify Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) which is cause of HIV.

She shared Nobel Prize with his colleague and mentor Luc Montagnier for their combine discovery of HIV. She is working as director of the Regulation of Retroviral Infection Division and professor at the Pasteur Institute in Paris.

Aren’t these people amazing? Let their stories inspire you to become the greatest version of yourself!

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