Colonel Harland Sanders founder of (KTF) Kentucky Fried Chicken who begin selling fried chicken from a roadside restaurant in Corbin, Kentucky, during the Great Depression and how he never gave up no matter how hard it was.
KFC is an American fast-food restaurant chain and the second-largest restaurant chain in the country, after McDonald's sales. Moreover, The chain is also a yum! Business, a franchise group running the franchises of Pizza Hut, Taco B and Bell, and WingStreet, and all thanks to the founder and creator of the fried chicken recipe Colonel Harland Sanders and his team over the world.
The story of the founder of KFC and how he never gave up his dream despite his challenges in life!
His father died at 5 years of age.
He left school at the age of 16.
He had lost four jobs at the age of 17.
Not only that, but he was married at the age of 18.
He was a train driver between the ages of 18 and 22 and struggled.
He joined the army and washed out there.
Furthermore, he applied to the school of law, he was fired.
He became a seller of insurance and again struggled.
He became a father at the age of 19.
His wife left him at the age of 20 and took the baby's daughter.
In a small café, he became a chef and a dishwasher.
In an attempt to kidnap his own son, he failed and finally convinced his mother to return home.
He retired at 65 years of age.
He got a government check for $105 on the 1st day of retirement.
Felt the government was saying he was unable to provide for himself.
He decided to #commit suicide, life was no longer worth living; so much had he lost.
He sat down writing his will under a tree, but instead, he wrote what his life would have #achieved. Knew there was a lot that he hadn't done yet. But he could do one thing better than anyone he met. And it