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10 Advice by Bill Gates to Young People Who
Want to Be Rich

He became a billionaire in 1987 at the age of 31 and the richest man in the world at the age of 39, Bill Gates has since then remain one of the richest people in the world. Kind of him, he has given various advice to young people over the years on how they can become rich and successful.

In this article, we want to share with you 10 of the most inspiring advice 

Bill Gates has given and we hope some of his advice change your life. No. 7 is our favorite advice and we need you to see it,  

 Advice No. 1.

"Don't compare yourself with anyone in this world ... if you do so, you are insulting yourself." Abraham Lincoln once wrote to the teacher of his child to make a request. It was a simple one; “Teach him that nobody in the world is bigger than him and he’s bigger than no one”. Unfortunately, most young people in our world today live their lives comparing themselves to every other person and end up trying to
be everyone. That’s the path to unhappiness and failure in life. Listen! You’re a unique being who is not designed to be good in everything, but in something unique.

Your life’s mission isn’t to beat other people in their games. Your life’s mission is to know your own
game. Be yourself. Know that nobody is better than you and you’re better than no one. You’re simply a unique being who is capable of achieving what nobody else can. 

Advice No. 2.

"To win big, you sometimes have to take big risks." The best time of your life to dare life is
when you’re young because you have nothing to lose, really nothing. Don’t take life easy. Don’t live like everyone. Don’t just talk about your dreams. Wake up and pursue it. Don’t make excuses. Start with whatever you have wherever you are. Get out and get lost.

Advice No. 3.

“Your exposure from a young age to the realities of the world is a super-big thing.” Most people don’t know what life really is, until they are 40. Most people live with the illusion that life is (or should be) easy. Most people expect the government or their parents to solve their problems. The earlier you understand the realities of life, the more successful you will become. What then is the reality? Well, the reality is that, life is tough and nobody will help you to solve your problems.

We’re sorry, your parents or government cannot help you. The earlier you take 100% responsibility for your life, the more successful you’ll become.

No. 4.

You need a coach. It doesn't matter whether you're a basketball player, a tennis player, a gymnast, or a bridge player In life, you’ll become the person you admire. If you don’t admire anyone significant,
you’ll become nobody significant. You need a coach, someone to inspire and challenge you, someone to help you believe in yourself. Your coach doesn’t always have to be someone you have physical access to, you can decide to read books written by people who have achieved what you want to achieve.

You can follow such people online and watch their inspiring post. But why is this important? Simple; because life is tough and most people around you don’t know anything about success. If your father isn’t successful, he can’t teach you how to be successful. If you siblings are mediocre, they can’t
inspire you to be successful. That’s why you need to look outside your domain for someone who can inspire and challenge you.

No. 5.

"If you show people the problems and you show people the solutions, they will be moved to act." To be successful in life, you must be able to lead people and to get them motivated toward a common goal. To motivate people into actions, you’ll have to show them what the problem is and what can be done to create a solution. As a leader, don’t just give instruction, let people know the reason why what has to be done needs to be done.

No. 6.

"Success is a lousy teacher. It can seduce you into thinking you can't
lose." If you want to be successful for a long time, you have to be humble. So many people have been successful for few minutes because they got to a point where they started thinking that they know it all. People who are successful for a long time never stop learning because they know that they can lose if they don’t keep on learning. That leads us to the next advice;

No 7.

“I spend a lot of time reading.” Even as one of the richest man in the world for over 3 decades, Bill Gates still remains a voracious reader because he understands that life changes every day and the only way to remain relevant is to keep on learning. In this day of social media and “interesting”
movies, how many young people take time to read good books anymore? Yet, the books you read determine the future you’ll have. Just as Charlie Jones said; “You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read”.

No 8.

We start life with many big dreams–things we want to accomplish, create, build and experience. But if you ask anyone past the age of 40 what happened to all the dreams they had, they will most likely answer; Life.” According to a study, out of 60 people who are planning to start their own businesses right now, only one of them will ever start anything. Not only business, people generally hate the pains of taking action, so much that, even when they try to take action, the first failure or second send them back to their comfort zone.

Most people are dreamers because dream is sweet. You can’t be healthy for long if you only eat sweet things. Dream is sweet and everyone eat it. Action is bitter and that’s why only few people take proactive, determined and persistent actions. Be among the few who get up from their dreams. Get out and get crazy.

No 9.

"Our success has really been based on partnerships from the very beginning."

The first big success of Microsoft happened in the year 1980 when Bill Gates partnered with the IBM and ever since then, Bill Gates has always been on the look out to whom he can partner with. His passion for partnership was so strong that Microsoft even went to the extent of partnering with one of their biggest competitors, Apple computer. What can you learn from this? Two are better than one. You’ll grow and succeed faster in life, if you learn how to work with other people.

No 10.

"Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning." This explains itself. Your unhappy clients and customers give you feedbacks about what needs to be corrected in your products or services. Pause. In summary, if you want to be rich and successful in life, don’t compare yourself with anyone,

never allow your dreams to die, be strong and take risks, be humble, read good books and learn how to work and partner with other people.

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Elon Musk

Startup stories in association with oh look dot in  A friend of mine who's got a good saying which is that starting a company is like eating glass and then staring into the abyss When you first start a company There's lots of optimism and things are great.

and then so happiness at first is high, then you encounter all sorts of issues and happiness will steadily decline When my brother and I were starting our first company Instead of getting an apartment, we just rented a small office and we slept on the couch We had just one computer so the website was up during the day And I was coding at night seven days a week all the time If you succeed and in most cases you will not succeed.

and  Tesla almost didn't succeed came very close to failure I don't ever give up. I mean I'd have to be dead or completely incapacitated If you're trying to do something new it's the best way to think Now is the time to take risk SpaceX  has announced an ambitious plan  to send an unmanned capsule to Mars Bringing the company's CEO Elon Musk one step closer to his dream of colonizing the Red Planet Work hard like I mean every waking hour.

That's the thing I would say if you're, particular if you're starting a company And then just work like hell I mean you just have to put in you know 80 hour 80 to 100 hour weeks every week Other people are putting in 40-hour work weeks and you're putting in 100 hour work weeks,

then even if You're doing the same thing you know that in one year you will achieve in Four months what it takes them a year to achieve Whatever area that you get into Given that you know even if you're the best the best there's always a chance of failure So I think it's important that you really like whatever you're doing if you don't like it life is too short You know I'd say And also, 

if you like whatever you're doing you think about it even when you're not working. I mean It'll just it's it's something that your mind is drawn to and and if you don't like it You just really can't make it work. I think If you succeed then after a long time you will finally get back to happiness


one of the keys is remember where you came from keep that in the front of

your mind and when  goes bad and it

goes sideways a lot of  does you're

getting booed out the  building

or coming through this injury or people

are you writing you off are you guys

gonna make it you know any of

that you got it you got to keep it

in here the and it really has to it

should Drive you

this idea and this notion that you could

be anything you want you can accomplish

anything you want right we hear that

you've heard that from the time we were

little boys you hear that now you're

already incredibly accomplished you can

win an NBA championship MVP of the

league you could become president you

could become governor you can have you

could be in in in in

you could be an entertainment you could

do Charles and you do Shaq you lose that

you could do whatever you want to do you

guys know that the thing that has worked

for me is to remember the hard times so

and I'm sure you guys all have your

processes and again I'm going to tell

you what to work for me so before a big

movie comes out before back in the days

when I was wrestling with WWE a

Wrestlemania match anything big that

would happen I would always take a

moment and I just remind myself all

right I was evicted when I was 14 we

were kicked off the island we couldn't

live in Hawaii and no place to live

a lot of [ __ ] happened then when I moved

to Nashville I was arrested multiple

times by the time I was 16 years old I

got remember that if I were playing on

this team which might you know my skills

are what's that term all the shit's so I

never played but before I lace up before

I get on court before I playing these

big games before I go to the Staples

Center where history says those are

those are historic will Hall Sahara at

the Staples Center I would remember that

and it allows me then to be present in

the moment and understand holy [ __ ]

that's the stuff I have around me right

now this is this [ __ ] that I dreamed of

when I was a kid I am here I played for

University of Miami played great teams

Warren Sapp where Lewis there were my

teammates they were ballin Warren Sapp

was playing tight end that time I was

starting defensive tackle

they moved him over to d-line and he

looked at me he's like yo do I'm gonna

take your spot I said you ain't taking

my [ __ ] spot

he's I'm gonna take your spot we battled

and he took my spot they can imagine how

that [ __ ] with me cuz there goes my

opportunity he went in switch to

defensive tackle lit the world on fire

well what that did it crushed me to

crush my dreams I had a piss-poor senior

year zero production no NFL no combine

invite nothing finally went to the CFL

Calgary Stampeders making $250 a week

Canadian Canadian I had to send that

[ __ ] home to my to my wife at that time

I had no money so I remember that I got

cut from Canada I had 7 bucks in my

pocket and I always tell that story so

now my production company 7 bucks

advertising agency 7 bucks everything is

7 bucks I always remember that what

helps me is to keep the hard times in

the front of my mind because it allows

me to go into these big moments that

I've worked my ass off and you guys have

worked your ass off it allows me to go

into these big moments with a different

perspective what it also does for me and

again this just this is what works for

me like I keep my back excuse my

language my back is up against this

[ __ ] every day it's against this

[ __ ] wall

excuse my language

but it's a begins this [ __ ]

because it's what I believe in and when

my back is against this [ __ ]

then there's nowhere to go but that way

that's it so I feel like this could be

something an ideology mindset that could

help you could if you look at it that

way because you made it already we made

it we're successful boys and we're lucky

boys to be we're at oh you guys made it

everybody in the room nobody's gonna get

evicted anymore

anything you got there's no more money

problems right you got a lot of hands

out now I get a little bit can I get a

little bit right that happens but when

you make it for me I need this I need

this so every day my back is up against

this [ __ ] and this is how I

operate now doesn't mean don't smile

there's me to laugh and joke right happy

I'm happy I'm a happy guy but when it

comes to business and when it comes to

executing what's up against this

and I gotta go that way and I don't give

a [ __ ] who is in front of me they're not

gonna stop me I feel like for me it

feels seamless because you prepared for

so long but it's just like you guys

prepping for a game that's the fun part

that's where it's like [ __ ] is fun and

people are paying their hard-earned

dollars to come see you they're cheering

they're going bananas they're booing the

[ __ ] out of you or on the road it's

that's fun that's what you live for I

mean that's the juice right there the

prep is where the characters made and I

just don't mean the character I play I

mean the [ __ ] the character in here

so for me the prep is getting with the

director getting with the producers

getting with the writers getting with

the getting with so in essence it's like

getting with all your coaches and your

different position coaches and and all

the meetings that you have to have right

so that's the work you put in

the key for me was where does it start

what's the anchor what's the anchor so I

could have all these ambitions and you

guys have all these ambitions which is

great it's important I'll play this role

you'll play that role I'll execute this

thing and it'll come out this summer

you guys will execute this thing during

the summer right what it's time to

really put in a lot more work but the

key with me is just always finding what

the anchor is and the [ __ ] and anchor is

getting up at 4 o'clock in the morning

everyday before anybody else and

grounding my thought process is in the

no one will outwork me no one I love and

I respect you guys

[ __ ] one that worked me

I'll start with this two hands putting

it'll work the anchor for me has always

been the work in terms of the weight

room training so when I first started

wrestling I was six years old rolling on

the mats with my dad my old man a lot of

you guys will know this yeah Rocky


my old man was Rocky Johnson was the

first black WWF tag WWWF at that time

first black WWE tag team champions were

Tony Atlas

back in 1983 my uncle's were wild

Samoans I come from a long line of pro

wrestlers but before the wrestling part

happened I was just in the gym putting

in the work at six years old rolling

around on the mats and finally when I

could touch weights at 13 that's what I

was doing but the weight part for me and

the gym part has has always been has to

be the anchor look at the end of the day

like again that's it's the kind of stuff

that I talked about at top is I have to

hold on to my dad in his pickup truck

came down four o'clock in the morning

pick me up at in whoo in Miami from

Tampa we lived in a little shitty

apartment in Tampa he drove down in his

little pickup truck to Miami to get me

when I was cut from the CFL I was

driving up I 75 I don't know if you guys

are from Florida any of you guys if you

know it's I 75 is like especially down

in Florida Alligator Alley I'll never

forget it's four o'clock in the morning

and I thought well [ __ ] that I leave

home like you guys left home I'm ready

to tackle the world to get after it

achieve my dreams and goals [ __ ]

crushed by 22 23 years old I'm now I got

to move back in with my mom and dad I

played on great teams oh wait a second

this is not supposed to be my future I'm

supposed to be in the NFL right now I'm

supposed to be making a lot of coin and

behind my parents [ __ ] buying me [ __ ]

taking care of my wife but it never

happened so I pulled in my wallet I

thought well let me see how much money I

have I opened it up I had a 5 a 1 and

change I'm not [ __ ] around and I

rounded up to 7 bucks but I thought God

ain't this a [ __ ] I got seven bucks in

my pocket where the [ __ ] do I go now

what'd I do I can't go back to CFL coz I

are you know the point comes where you

hear that voice big runs over like

you're done right so I heard that voice

so as coach was saying man I hold on to

that [ __ ] I'm telling you I keep my back

as Perkins's [ __ ] we laugh we

joke we have a good time press is always

fun to do sometime you got to make it

fun that's another thing he had to do

your best to make press fun who as you

can but my back is still up against this

[ __ ] I do not forget it what

this also helps me do and again it works

for me is at some point you got to be

[ __ ] tired of not being number one

you have to be and you got a [ __ ]

plate angry and I play angry now I'm

cool and calm with my approach and when

I step out on my field which is a set or

you know like there's something you're

always gonna have haters and haters like

well yeah man how many movies you're

gonna make her how much [ __ ] are you

gonna do like you do a lot of [ __ ] I say

yes cuz my ambition of course why not I

could do it yeah I love what I do and

not only that but in what world do we

not work every day it doesn't mean it's

just like you guys in the off season

you got work every [ __ ] day doesn't

end my back is up against this thing you

know and I and I and I started to play

angry by the way and and I still I still

play angry my last match Brock lesner

transition and I realized if I had to be

great at something I wanted to be great

in this world of Hollywood and movie

making and producing and entertainment

I had to commit and like you guys have

to commit obviously you commit to

something commit to the goal so I

quietly retired two years later I

thought what the [ __ ] did I do in my

career cuz my movies were not doing well

I was written off I was like around 2006

2007 I was like goddamn I left I pulled

a Jim Brown I left when I was on top

like number one in the wrestling

business and I left it was a ballsy

gutsy so I'm called it stupid move but I

had to commit and I had to follow it

wasn't my god and at that time I'll

share this with you guys and Will Smith

is my boy and I sat down at that time

with the agency I was with and I said

what do you want to accomplish I said I

want to accomplish the world I want the

world and I want I want Will Smith's

career but and I said and I mean this

respectfully because I know he's here at

this age

see with us I want to do it bigger and


and they looked at me like I had three

[ __ ] heads and they were like mm-hmm

okay but I still stayed focused and I

still had these still put in the hard

work with my two hands and that's it and

that's what it comes down to with you

guys one of the keys is remember where

you came from keep that [ __ ] in the

front of your mind

and when [ __ ] goes bad it goes sideways

a lot of [ __ ] does you're getting booed

out the [ __ ] building or coming

through this injury or people are you

writing you off are you guys gonna
 make it you know any of that

 you got it you got to keep it in

here and it really has to it should

drive you