5 Lessons From The Struggle Of Bill Gates You Didn't Know

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Bill Gates is always recognized as a self-made Millionaire in the world. With a great enthusiasm towards business, without wasting time he worked towards achieving his goal. Equally, he has a passion for helping others. Gates is a living inspiration for all those entrepreneurs who want to settle for something bigger in their life.

Gates's ideology is worth adopting and inculcating in real life.  Here are 5 of his greatest lessons on life and leadership which can help any person who wants to settle for more.

1. Educational qualifications aren't proportional to Success

Some people graduate from the best universities in the world, but not all of them are successful in their life. Bill Gates is a person who got dropped out of the prestigious Harvard University. He didn't even complete his Degree.
But he was able to put himself as a successful icon to the world. This proves that Success is not determined by academic qualification, but it is determined by hard work and passion.

2. Focus on your Goal

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Bill believed that focusing on what you want and working towards it at every opportunity is the only way to reach your goals. You should never stop thinking about your goal and working towards your vision. When you have a goal, always work for it passionately. When you work by putting your best efforts, you will only make progress and you'll never regret dedicating all your time to your goal.

3. Be with Right people


You’re better when you’ve got the right people around you. Bill always believed that life is unfair. We don’t always win and there will always be obstacles along our path to success. Always consider keeping your circle small and with the right people. Be with people who will provide you with the suggestion, who can give you smart ideas, who can be with you in your failure, and motivate you to try again and if required be your mentor.
Bill always surrounded himself with smart people like Paul Allen and many others who always supported his ideas and brought smart suggestions. We cannot deny that Paul Allen does has a big role in the success of Bill Gates.

4. Take big Risks

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When Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard and was going ahead with his business idea, he took a risk. With one wrong step, his future could have got spoiled. At that time, he too was even unsure about whether his plan will succeed or fail. But still, he took the risk and made it work through patience, careful planning, and perseverance.
There is no perfect time. When you realize your passion,  take the risk to follow it and put your all efforts to make it possible.

According to him, patience is important because impatience can bring failure in your life.

5. Patience is a key element of success


Bill Gates and Paul Allen started Microsoft on an unstable foundation, but through patience and hard work, they were able to surpass the struggles they encountered.
Gates always believed that the habit of expecting instant results is dangerous. It is our lack of patience where we want everything to happen instantly, we lose most of the chances of getting closer to the goal.
There are no shortcuts to success. It takes time to get success and requires a lifetime of sacrifice to keep the consistency going.

Bill Gates's success story does reflect his personality traits. What we should do in our life so that we can become an incredible person like Bill Gates?

We should keep a Goal in our life and work hard for it. To get success in our life the very first thing we have to do is we should not delay our work. We should never give up and try again till we succeed and most importantly to keep trying we will have to understand that success cannot be achieved overnight and patience is a must.

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