How to think like Bill Gates

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Title: How to Think Like Bill Gates

Author: Daniel Smith

Translator: Zahak Choobineh

Publisher: Noor Works

Subject: Success

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 192

Language: Farsi

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The book How to Think Like Bill Gates is written by Daniel Smith and translated by Dr. Zahak Choobineh.

Introducing the book How to Think Like Bill Gates
By writing these books, Smith did not intend to write the biographies of famous personalities. All those whose lives are the subject of these books are so famous that their biographies must have been published in detail by others.

Smith’s audience for these books is young people. He wants to acquaint the reader with important characters, their way of thinking, their way of life in the family and in society, and finally with the important activities they have done and the works they have left, with books that are not large and in simple language.
Also, in these books, the views of the person in question on the important issues of the world such as religion, morality, family life, war, peace, etc., are expressed explicitly or implicitly. In this way, the person who has read these books can claim to know the book in question well enough.

Publisher’s description of this book:
Bill Gates had a kind of technical intelligence with the help of which he could understand the nature of what was going on around him. In addition, he had a strong business acumen that he could sell to people what he wanted. The combination of these two amazing talents in Bill Gates made him a very rare investor and entrepreneur.

Bill Gates is everything to some people. Some consider him a genius. For others, Gates is a commercial prodigy. Some criticize him for not shying away from extremism in business.
But in recent years, he has become an example of a “benevolent man” who redefined philanthropy and altruism in the modern age.

Translator’s explanation of the book How to Think Like Bill Gates:
The book’s author, Daniel Smith, has taken an interesting initiative in recent years. He has published a number of books under similar titles, “How to Think Like..” By writing these books, Smith did not intend to write a biography of famous personalities. Smith’s audience for these books is young people.

He wants to acquaint the reader with important characters, their way of thinking, their way of life in the family and in society, and finally with the important activities they have done and the works they have left, with books that are not very voluminous and in simple language.

The books also explicitly or implicitly express the character’s views on important world issues such as religion, morality, family life, war, peace, and so on.

In this way, the person who has read these books can claim to know the character in question well enough.
Bill Gates is everything to some people. Some call him a genius. T. ” It is known that with its software, it was able to accelerate and enrich world trade in three decades. For others, Gates is a business prodigy who conquered the world with his innate talent for business.

Some criticize him, who became the richest man in the world before the age of forty, because he did not shy away from any extremism in business.
But in recent years, perhaps unexpectedly, Gates has become an example of a “benevolent man” who redefined philanthropy and altruism in the modern age.

After all, Bill Gates’s record contains extraordinary work and shows how complex he has been. Gates was born into a middle-class, relatively affluent American family. It soon became clear that he was a prodigy in computer science.

In the first decades of his life, Bill Gates parted ways and built his business empire, turning his company, Microsoft, into one of the most successful businesses in the world in the late 1980s.

Gates soon became known as one of the two great giants of the world during the rapid growth of technology in the field of computer science. Gates had a tough opponent.
He was none other than Steve Jobs, who was his friend at certain times. Jobs was no ordinary rival. Although he appeared to have a calm and calm personality, he acted like a rebel in the computer business and did not believe much in business rules and customs.

Jobs worked for Gates and under him, but Gates’s presidency over Steve Jobs, who was making rapid strides in the hierarchy of computer companies, was more formal.

All those whose lives are the subject of these books are so famous that their biographies must have been published in detail by others.
Smith’s audience for these books is young people. He wants to acquaint the reader with important characters, their way of thinking, their way of life in the family and in society, and finally with the important activities they have done and the works they have left, with books that are not large and in simple language.

Also, in these books, the views of the person in question on the important issues of the world such as religion, morality, family life, war, peace, etc., are expressed explicitly or implicitly. In this way, the person who has read these books can claim to know the book in question well enough.

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