Bill Gate’s favorite Book for 2016

Bill Gate’s favorite Book for 2016

Tell me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are, an old saying of my people referring to who is your circle of friends, this can tell others what kind of person you are . In our case we could say, tell me what books you read and I ‘ll tell you how you think

This time, I bring the list of favorite books of one of the most successful men of our era , Bill Gates. On this list, you will find books which any entrepreneur recognize at least one of them or their author .
If you have not yet read at least some of them, it is highly recommended that BEGIN now. Without any more preambles.

1- Business Adventures: Twelve Classic Tales from the World of Wall Street” John Brooks

1Business Adventures Twelve Classic Tales from the World of Wall Street“Warren Buffett gave me this fantastic collection of articles Brooks wrote for The New Yorker. Although Brooks was writing in the 1960s , his ideas are unsurpassed and a reminder that the rules for the operation of a large company do not change. I read more than two decades and remains for me the best business book ” | . Source: Forbes / Complete Book Here

2- Seven Eves – Neal Stephenson 

2Seveneves - Neal StephensonSeven Eves . “This novel about how the human race meets at the end of life on Earth has rekindled my love of science fiction. Some readers will lose patience with all the technical details about the orbits and space flight , but for me, is an exciting and inspiring story ” | Source : Los Angeles Times (Kelly O / William Morrow) / Complete Book Here

 

3-How not be wrong: The power of Mathematical Thinking – Jordan Ellenberg

3How not be wrong The power of Mathematical Thinking“A mathematical explains how math is part of our daily lives without even knowing it. Writing is fun, easy and accessible – not what you might expect from a book on this subject . The most important point of Ellenberg is that there are ways in which we are all doing math all the time ” . | Source : (The Penguin Press / Mats Rudels ) / Complete Book Here

4- The Power to Compete” Ryoichi Mikitani y Hiroshi Mikitani

4The Power to Compete Ryoichi Mikitani y Hiroshi Mikitani ” Why Japan , the giant of the 1980s , was overshadowed by South Korea and China ? Can this economy return ? An intelligent look at the future of a fascinating country.” | Source : Amazon / Complete Book Here

 

5-Sapiens: a brief history of humankind Yuval Noah Harari

5Sapiens a brief history of humankind“This look at the entire history of the human race caused a lot of great conversations at the family dinner table . Harari also writes about our species today and how artificial intelligence , genetic engineering, and other technologies are we to change in the future. ” | Source : Brad-shaw foundation /

Complete Book Here

6-The Vital Question- Nick Lane.

6The Vital Question- Nick Lane “I wish more people know about the work of the British biologist . He is trying to make people fully appreciate the role of energy in terms of the evolution of life on Earth (and perhaps elsewhere). Even if it turns out to be wrong in some details , I suspect that your ideas will be seen as an important contribution to our understanding of where we come from and where we go . ” | Source : Amazon / Youtube / Complete Book Here

7-The Great Gatsby) – F. Scott Fitzgerald

7-The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald“The more I re-read novel Melinda (his wife) and I love a line painted on the wall of our house : ” His dream had to have seemed so close that he could hardly fail to reach ” | . Source: Wikipedia / Complete Book Here

 

8- Parenting With Love and Logic”  Foster Cline y Jim Fay

Parenting With Love and Logic Foster Cline y Jim Fay“As parents of three children, Melinda and I have spent a lot of time reading and discussing this book has been a valuable guide for both, especially when it comes to the inevitable conflicts between parents and children | Source : Pinterest / Amazon / Complete Book Here

 

9- Sustainable Energy — Without the Hot Air, David JC MacKay

Sustainable Energy Without the Hot Air David JC MacKay.“A fantastic guide to thinking more numerically on clean energy and the most accessible explanation of this topic I’ve seen. I still refer to it , which is a bittersweet experience now . David died in April at the age of 48 ” . | Source : Telegraph / Complete Book Here

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