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Bill Gates, Co-Founder of Microsoft, Discusses His Early Career and Never Taking a Vacation

<p>One of the wealthiest persons in the world, Bill Gates of Microsoft, is scarcely unexpected when one learns about his early years and his busy lifestyle. Gates often accepts invitations to talk to recent college graduates, and it’s clear that many of them are curious to pick his brains about how he built a sizable business and supported himself for many years.</p>
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<p>It’s evident that the co-founder of Microsoft has had his share of highs and lows, including moments of sorrow that he probably should have realized much sooner. In this essay, Gates discussed not taking vacations and prioritizing his job over his friends and family. He talks about his early years of having an “all the time working” mentality, which he eventually realized as he grew older and that’s when you feel the need to spend time with and prioritize your family.</p>
<p>Microsoft will play a significant role in the AI space, and according to Gates, individuals may eventually be able to work only three days a week, which will greatly improve their ability to balance their personal and professional lives. The idea that people won’t need to exert much effort may be both a benefit and a drawback. The last thing people want at a time when the expectations and profile of work are changing is for AI to threaten millions of employment.</p>
<p>That being said, it is intriguing to hear someone like Gates discuss work-life balance while another tech behemoth, Narayana Murthy, has said that if India is to become a developed nation, its citizens need to work seventy hours a week. The founder of Infosys also said that, against popular belief, Indians work longer hours than those in the US or other developed nations, making the claim that their country has some of the lowest working hours in the world untrue.</p>
<p>However, people pay attention—and rightly so—when a computer icon like Bill Gates endorses a greater emphasis on life outside of the workplace.</p>

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