Harvard graduate recounts how he used to make burgers at McDonald's

Harvard graduate recounts how he used to make burgers at McDonald's

- A young man detailed how he hustled to put himself through one of the best universities in the world

- Shannon Satonori Lytle inspired thousands online with his success story

- He revealed he worked several jobs, including flipping burgers at McDonald's, to fund his studies

- Lytle's hard work paid off and he ended up graduating from Harvard University

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Shannon Satonori Lytle - the son of a warehouse worker and an immigrant - has inspired many with his success story.

Lytle is no stranger to struggling and like millions around the world, he grew up underprivileged. However, not having the same benefits as his rich counterparts did not stop Lytle from pursuing his dreams.

A screenshot of a post Lytle shared online has been circulating on several social media platforms, inspiring internet users.

Legit.ng learned the post was from 2017 but it resurfaced this month on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Lytle revealed he worked as a cook at McDonald's so he could afford to take the SAT. He also used the money to feed his three baby siblings and would often wait until they fell asleep to do his homework - sometimes he even stayed up until 4 am.

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In the viral post, the inspiring young man detailed the struggles he had to face to get his degree but he revealed it all paid off.

He graduated from one of the best universities in the world - Harvard. And, Lytle did it all on his own, without any privilege.

Take a look at his post below:

Man went from making burgers at McDonald's to graduating from Harvard
A screenshot of Shannon Satonori Lytle's post on Facebook has been making rounds online and it is inspiring people around the world. Photo: Model Christian College / Facebook.
Source: Facebook

The story was shared on AllNewsInc's Instagram page earlier this month and it gathered over 45,000 reactions.

Haley Porterfield commented:

"He should be proud, and we should question why someone in the public education system in the ‘greatest country on earth’ has to commit a crime (stealing his neighbors Wi-Fi) and go hungry and stay up all hours of the night. Having the same access and opportunities to education as his rich counterparts should be the norm. This level of exceptionalism shouldn’t be normal. Everybody should have the same opportunities."

Livexoxolove wrote:

"This is a guy who didn’t blame other people for his misfortune or make excuses for any shortfalls. He will do amazing things for himself! So awesome to read about!"

Natygrand said:

"That’s exactly right perseverance, discipline, strength, desire to get ahead. Not privilege. Amazing!"

Lizafar9 added:

"Congratulations, your story is inspiring and you should be really proud."

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Meanwhile, a young security guard recently served as an inspiration for many after he displayed a ton of determination. According to a Facebook post by Karabo Lefa, the security guard found out there was an opening at the bank where he was working.

As a graduate, he saw an opportunity to get the position and so he asked his manager if he could apply. After he did the aptitude test, it was found out that the guard was actually the best-performing candidate.

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