Every step taken by Bill Gates, one of the richest in the world, is a matter of curiosity. Here are some of your favorite books that guide the life of the famous millionaire …
Bill Gates, one of the world’s foremost entrepreneurs and a founder of Microsoft, shares the books he read, saying that there is something for everyone to be inspired by. The successful entrepreneur who says that he likes to read and get new ideas recommends reading to everyone. Here are Bill Gates’ seven favorite books:
- The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert
According to natural science experts, world history has faced 5 extinction so far. According to Elizabeth Kolbert, author of The Sixth Extinction, a sixth extinction is waiting for humanity at the end of these extinctions. The author states his views on this subject in his book.
- Business Adventures by John Brooks
This book, read by Bill Gates with the special advice of Warren Buffet, is full of reviews from the business-oriented articles published by the New Yorker magazine between 1950 and 1960. Gates says that this book is driving business.
- How Asia Works by Joe Studwell
The author, who shares his thoughts on the development and development of Asia, which is one of the most dynamic continents in the world, presents different ideas in his book.
- What If? – Randall Munroe.
In the book, which responds to theoretical questions with appropriate visuals, the author pushes you to think differently with interesting answers to different questions you might have.
- Should we eat meat? – Vaclac Smill
In his book, the author conducts various inquiries about whether or not to eat meat, and describes the evolution of meat in human history after defining meat. The author also mentions the effects of meat on our health and nature, and also includes various views on countries’ meat consumption as well as the slaughter of animals.
- Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises by Timothy F. Geithner
In this book, the author has written in detail what it means to deal with financial crises in times of crisis. He shares detailed information about being away from his family, facing criticism and getting lonely.
- How to Lie with Statistics? – Darrell Huff
The book deals with how statistics have been misrepresented in the past years, and provides information on statistical interpretation, noting that statistics are not always reliable.