Melinda French Gates He has received global recognition for his work fighting poverty, disease and inequality.
Melinda French GatesGenius, Ex-wife of Bill Gates In recognition, he was awarded the United States Presidential Medal of Freedom and the French Legion of Honor, and many thousands of people around the world follow him, learn from him, and participate in his innovative activities. He is a philanthropist, writer, and computer scientist, and has some inspiring life advice and thoughts that are worth paying attention to.
If you are successful, it is because somewhere, at some point in time, someone gave you a life or an idea that started you in the right direction. Also remember that you are in debt to help someone less fortunate.
Diversity is the best way to protect equality. If people from different groups do not make these decisions, the burdens and benefits of society are distributed unequally and unfairly. The people who make the rules guarantee themselves a larger share of the benefits and a smaller share of the burdens.
Rank it up! If I don't fill my agenda with things that matter to me, others will fill it with things that matter to them.
You can create all kinds of new tools, but if you're not moving toward equality, you're not really changing the world. You just rearrange it.
Wisdom does not mean collecting more truths, but that greater truths require deeper understanding.
The world is full of problems that seem insurmountable. We often allow them to be paralyzed. Instead, let the challenge motivate you to act.
When people cannot agree, it is often because they have no empathy for each other, or no shared experiences. If you feel what others feel, you are more likely to see what they see. Then you can understand each other. Then you can pursue the honest and respectful exchange of ideas, which is the key to successful collaboration and the condition for progress.