5 Real Life Success Factors Behind The Microsoft Genius
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The one thing that comes to our mind when we see Bill Gates is how rich he is, and what a life he has, how famous he is. But the thing that we miss in him is the hard work he did and the problems he faced in his life. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication and out of the box thinking to become a billionaire at the age of 31. We all know that he is one of the most successful men in the world but what makes him so great. Here we have collected some of the factors that make him the same.
He is an avid readerIt is said that if you want to write start reading and if you want to speak start listening. Reading is not merely the best way to gain knowledge; it also helps keep you motivated and hungry to achieve more. The same is the case with Bill Gates, He likes reading everything ranging from inspiring biographies to scholarly periodicals like The Economist and Scientific American.
He is fearlessIt is said that a person who cannot take risk can’t be a good entrepreneur. And how can we forget that he took one of the biggest risks of his life of dropping from one of the most prestigious colleges in the world, Harvard University, to start his dream company. That’s a hell of a bold move to make.
He has a clear visionThis quality is not applicable for business filed but also to all the profession of the world. A clear vision and what and how you have to do specific thing is very important thing and this can give a sure success. His clear and concise vision brought him where he is today.
He believes in taking immediate actionsBill Gates is always known for doing the action rather than talking about that. During an interview with a US talk show, he was quoted saying, “My experience is that if we don’t act on a good idea within 24 hours, we are less than 50% likely to ever act on it. If we haven’t acted on it inside of 7 days, then we are less than 2% likely to ever act on it. My advice is when you find a good idea act on it right away. That way you’ll find out quicker if it’s a good idea or not.”
He makes the most of his timeTime is very important and give you don’t respect time time goes like sand. His work schedule is highly organized and he uses a number of digital tools to manage his time better. Talking about how he filters his email to avoid time wastage and this is something we all should try.
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