Top 50 Inspirational People

Top 50 most inspiring people. A deidication to the people that changed my life for the better.

Everyone is different I don’t necessarily expect you to agree with some of the people but my hope is that you might find some people you did not know existed and be inspired.

Copying successful people is one of the best ways to copy success behaviours. For those that have Wikipedia pages or personal official websites I will provide a link for your information and for the others I will look for other online sources. This is not written in any order. Sit back and enjoy the ride

1) Helen Keller June 27, 1880 – 1 June 1968 Deaf and Blind at 19 months old, Writer and Activist

2) Harriet Tubman 1820 – 10 March 1913 Abolitionist, humanitarian, spy for the union during the Civil War

Leonardo Davinci 15 April 1452 – May 2, 1519 Scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. A jack of all trades.

Madame CJ Walker 23 December 1867 – May 25, 1919 Hair Care Entrepreneur, Philanthropist

5) Sekai Hollan  d  Human rights activist

6) Warren buffett Born August 30, 1930 American investor, businessman, philanthropist

7) Marie curie 7 November 1867 – July 4 1934 Pioneer in the field of Radioactivity. Won of two Nobel peace prizes

8) Harvey milk May 22, 1930 – 27 November 1978 First Gay Person to Be elected

into politics

9) Mbuya Nehanda c1840-1898 Spirit Medium of the zezuru people Inspired a revolt against the British colonial power

10) Paul Williams Champion Of Sierra Leon’s Poorest Children

11) Gemma Sisia is the founder of the school of St Jude in Tanzania Africa.

12) Joan Of Arc c. 1412′ 30 May 1431 Led the French army through many victories against Britain. Catholic Saint

13) Oprah Winfrey born January 29, 1954 Media Mogul, Philanthropist

14) Malcolm X May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965 Human rights activist

15) Abigail Adams November 11, 1744 – October 28, 1818 Wife of John Adams second president of America known for being the right hand man of her husband by giving him advice on his career. As a couple they were known to write lots of letters to each other with deep intellectual discussions.

16) Sojourner truth 1797 TO November 26, 1883 Abolitionist and Women’s activist

17) Mother Theresa born 26 August 1910 – 5 September 1997 Catholic nun ministered to the poor, orphaned, sick and dying for decades

18) Josephine Bakhita 1869 – Feb 8 1947 Catholic Saint

19) Maya Angelou Born 4 April 1928 playwright, memoirist, Poet, author, producer, activist

20) Queen Latifah born 18 March 1970 actress, singer