Bill Gates

Books recommended by Bill GatesBill Gates is one of the most famous entrepreneurs in the world, co-founder of Microsoft.

Born in Seattle, in 1955, he enrolled at Harvard College in 1973 but dropped out two years later when, together with Paul Allen, whom he met in preparatory school, they co-founded what was to become one of the largest companies in the world, Microsoft.

Now, more than 40 years later, Bill Gates is constantly ranked among the richest men in the world, and his company and its products are present in the lives of tens of millions of people.

You can read more about him on Wikipedia.

Besides his business ventures and philanthropic activity, Bill Gates is also known as an avid reader. His passion for reading is so big that a few years ago he started a blog, GatesNotes.com, where, even though he writes on several topics, the main focus is books. Business books, fiction books and everything else Bill Gates reads and considers is good enough to share and review.

He also mentions books with every public opportunity, such as his interviews, media appearances, and has stated many times that he considers reading one of the things that contributed to his success.

Books recommended by Bill Gates:

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The Future of Capita...

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From the Ground Up: ...

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Buffett: The Making ...

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Blitzscaling: The Li...

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The Headspace Guide ...

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Army of None: Autono...

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Educated: A Memoir

by Tara Westover

The Magic of Reality...

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How to Lie with Stat...

by Darrell Huff

On Immunity: An Inoc...

by Eula Biss

Collapse: How Societ...

by Jared Diamond

Measure What Matters...

by John Doerr

Winners Take It All:...

by Anand Giridharadas