The Intellect And Brain Of Bill Gates
His brain never stops working. He never stops reading. He tends to look at a problem from very unusual angles. He is the greatest American businessmen of his generation. Barack Obama’s opinion about him was “Impatient optimistic”. If the name “Bill Gates” came out of your mind, you are definitely correct. William Henry Gates III better known as Bill Gates was born on October 28, 1955. Gates is a software developer, philanthropist, and investor, but what he is well known for is being the co-founder of Microsoft Corporation. Back then Bill Gates was on his way into millions of American homes, through Windows, the newest computer revolution back in the 1970s and 1980s. He was changing the world with software. For many years, his firm had unrivaled marketing clout with more than 80% of the market. Mr. Bill Gates has always been the best in every task he does. Playing every sport he could while he was a kid just to see his father proud face, dedicating his time to his loved ones even when he seemed to drown behind a pile of books at his room, trying to solve some of the world’s biggest problems such as HIV and polio, and mainly… at working. Nowadays, at the age of 64, he is still working harder in every possible way. Bill Gates is one of the most influential people in the world because of his incredible intelligence, humanitarian work, and his genuine characteristic.
Because of how clever Gates is people started saying that his brain is a CPU (Central Processing Unit). The CPU contains the instructions on how a computer program should work since it can’t make calculations and decisions without one. Gate’s brain thrives on complexity. After watching the three episodes of a documentary on Netflix which is called “Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates”, I could see how overwhelming his intelligence is and has always been since he was a kid. When Bill Gates was in 8th grade, he took a math test and he simply did the best in the state, and not only the best between his friends in 8th grade, he did the best in the state compared to every 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grader. When the interviewer asks Gates “What’s your worst fear?”, he immediately answers “I don’t want my brain to stop working”. There we could notice how he loves to keep learning and absorb new things to transform them into incredible ideas and future helpful projects. He is joyous about learning new subjects, for sure he doesn’t read one book about something he wants to learn, he reads like five. He is fast and synthesizes really well. In the first episode I could see Gates with a bag containing 17 books inside, those books get refreshed every week, he takes the bag every place he goes to.
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