Bill Gates says these are the cheapest things that make him the happiest
Bill Gates might always be the man whose name is synonymous with wealth.
Though his reign over the tech and business world began when he co-founded Microsoft, he's turned his successes into opportunities for other endeavors and entrepreneurial pursuits.
These days, he runs the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (an organization which donates funds to different research programs and charities) alongside his wife, in addition to writing and publishing several best-selling books.
Someone who's as brilliant and successful as Bill Gates certainly has much to share, and opinions that are highly regarded by many.
Recently, Reddit hosted an AMA with Gates in order to pick his brain for answers to questions that we all wanted to know but never had the opportunity to ask.
Here's what Gates candidly spoke about, including what the only thing left on his bucket list is:
The cheapest things that make him the happiest:
Why he hasn't been coding much lately:
What his relationship with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was like:
What he thinks the next big innovation in tech will be:
How he unplugs:
The gift most people buy him for his birthday:
And finally, the only item left on his bucket list:
Now, a look at Bill Gates through the years:
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