Bill Gates graduated from Seattle Prep School Lakeside School, one of Seattle’s top private high schools, where Gates began a partnership with future Number 2 Paul Allen. In October, the 100th anniversary of Lakeside High School, Bill Gates returned to his alma mater 41 years after graduation to share his experiencewith with his younger siblings at the ceremony.
Gates said: People have to know, many founders like to write their own code, he is so, he knows that he is good at programming, but not good at diplomacy, so he often outsources tasks, make up for each other. Gates also says curiosity lets you know who you are and can go further. In addition, Gates also stressed that willing to learn, artificial intelligence will be in the near future into the unexpected frontier, we must maintain a strong desire to continue learning. Gates, who describes himself as a “curious learner” who carries books with him wherever he goes, recently read Matthew Walker’s Why You Should Sleep.
In short, the Gates speech summed up into eight words, that is, “study well, sleep well.”
Bill Gates’ personal fortune has reached $110 billion, surpassing Amazon CEO Bezos as the world’s richest man, according to media reports.