KING PASTOR KARIBO, WARNS FUTURE LEADERS..."Never Understae Your small Starts off "




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A respected man of God and big stage speaker, King Pastor Karibo of the King Ministries International, Abuja has warned youths of today never to undermine their current small beginning,but rather stay focus and not be deterred


In an exclusive interview with WORLD LEADERS, King Karibo said " I myself started small, I a bricklayer, I WAS CARRYING BLOCK AN CEMENT WHEN A GOOD SAMARITAN SPOTTED ME FROM CROWD


"The Samaritan said, no no you are God son, you are not destined to be carrying cement and bricks, he made me leader of the construction sight, from there I moved t higher levels till God called me into full time ministry , first in Porthacourt
before coming to Abuja,so I want the young men of today not to underrate their small start, God told JOB that we must not look down on small start" he advised  and went on to give us few example of global brands that started small but now bigger than big , enjoy it
ENTER FEW COMPANIES THAT STARTED .
APPLE

It's one of the most valuable
brands today, so it's often surprising when people learn that Apple's first computers were built in a small garage in Cupertino, California.

In 1976, Steve Wozniak created the first Apple computer. He then joined forces with the late Steve Jobs and another partner, Ronald Wayne, to launch Apple Computer Co. from Jobs' adopted parents' garage
. One of their first big orders was from a local retailer who ordered 50 computers at $500 apiece, which they were able to produce in just 30 days. Although Wayne had already abandoned the business, Jobs and Wozniak successfully reached their goal in just 30 days.

Today, the Silicon Valley home where Jobs grew up is listed as one of the city's historic properties
.Amazon

Four years after being named the youngest vice president of a successful Wall Street investment firm, Jeff Bezos quit his job and moved to Seattle to pursue what he believed to be untapped online retailing opportunities in the book industry. He set up shop in his garage in Bellevue, Washington, and began developing software.

Because he couldn't have meetings in a garage with a potbellied stove
, Bezos held meetings at a nearby Barnes & Noble, where most of Amazon's first contracts were negotiated. In July 1995, Bezos launched Amazon.com and sold his first book
from his garage startup. Two years after that, Bezos issued his IPO. The company is now the world's largest online retailer.

Google

Larry Page and Sergey Brin met at Stanford in the mid-1990s and decided they wanted to start a company together. Two years later, the partners established Google's headquarters in Susan Wojcicki's 2,000-foot Menlo Park garage for $1,700 a month
. At the time, Wojcicki—who held a senior vice president position at Google until January 2014—was a recent business school graduate and rented out her garage to the Google guys in order to make her mortgage payments
.

Within one year, the Google team would outgrow the garage space and move to an office in Palo Alto along with their eight employees.

The Walt Disney Co.


It's the highest-grossing media conglomerate in the world, and it all started in the summer of 1923 in a one-car garage that belonged to Walt Disney's uncle, Robert Disney. At the time, the company was called The Disney Brothers Studio
and was located about 45 minutes from today's Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California. In this small space, the team filmed the Alice Comedies, which would later inspire Disney's version of Alice in Wonderland.

A few months later, Disney, along with his brother Roy, moved to a bigger lot down the street from their uncle's house, which is where Disney signed a deal with Universal Studios to distribute the Alice Comedies. And the rest, they say, is animation history. 
*Mattel


In 1945, before Mattel became the American toy manufacturing company, company founders Harold "Matt" Matson and Ruth and Elliot Handler were making picture frames
out of a Southern California garage. From the scraps of the picture frames, which were made of Lucite and flocked wood, Elliot started making dollhouse furniture. Ruth, who worked at Paramount Pictures, is said to have landed her husband's first order by bringing a suitcase full of the dollhouse furniture to a store on Wilshire Boulevard not far from her job.

The success of the dollhouse furniture pushed Elliot and Ruth (Matson had left the company due to poor health) to focus solely on manufacturing toys. In 1959, Ruth invented the Barbie doll, named after her daughter, Barbara.

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