How Bill Gates Really Made His Money: All The Lies Exposed

I know you know Bill Gates. He’s that rich guy who dropped out of Harvard, founded Microsoft, and bam in a few years became a billionaire. Yeah sure, you’ve heard all that jazz before. But it’s true? Is everything you heard about Bill Gates real? You may not think of it that way, when I’m done. Just keep reading.

In case you don’t know, the most popular public relations method to break frenzy and turn a new company into the most popular and valuable product is to misrepresent the truth a bit, not lying obviously, but doing it in the most appropriate way. . to create wonder and acceptance.

What do I mean?

If you have an interest in rap music, then you must have heard that the immensely popular 50 cent rapper was shot nine times. Well, he was only shot nine times in one incident! Definitely not nine different times. But who cares? That’s what his record company says, and rap fans enjoy it. It is a theme similar to the story of Bill Gates.

Here is the story that is currently floating and all the lies exposed.

Bill Gates was the average person who loved computers and came up with the brilliant idea that personal computers would soon be in demand all over the world and decided to create software that would make computer use easier. (Lie # 1)

He was admitted to Harvard to study law. But he’s very bored with all the legal stuff and decides to quit. So he retires and starts his own company. While at Harvard, he meets Paul Allen and together they start Microsoft. Then they soon find a venture capital firm that provides them with their startup capital. (Lie # 2)

They then develop a computer program that they license to IBM while retaining the license to sell the program to other companies. (Isn’t it a bit strange to you that Bill’s company got that deal? I mean, Microsoft wasn’t even a big enough company at the time. Sure Bill was a brilliant guy, but then … (Lie no. 3)

Fast forward a few years; Bill creates the program that will demonstrate his gold jackpot, Windows 3.0. (Lie # 4)

Wow, what an amazing classic American story, one from grass to grace. But the REAL TRUTH is that The King of Microsoft, perhaps one of the most brilliant businessmen you have ever had in your life. He may be the second richest man in the world today, but he was in great shape on the day of his birth! Let’s expose the lies immediately.

Lie # 1 EXPOSED:

You see, Bill wasn’t your average poor Joe, I have a butcher for a father. His father, Bill Gates Jr., was a wealthy and highly successful corporate attorney long before Bill invented any software. But dad was nothing compared to mom! Bill’s mother, Mary Gates, was the granddaughter of J. W Maxwell, the founder of Seattle’s National City Bank in 1906. I’ll also let you know that in her early years she attended Lakeside School, one of the most prestigious and prestigious expensive schools. private schools in the Pacific Northwest. It was there that he met and befriended Paul Allen, not at Harvard.

Lie # 2 EXPOSED:

He chose the perfect parents, PARENTS WHO ARE JUST TOO HAPPY TO PROVIDE YOU WITH START-UP FUNDS FOR YOUR COMPANY! With Bill’s rich experience and the connections his parents provided, are you still surprised that Bill got the money he needed to start his business? He had access to millions of dollars in a trust created by his great-grandfather the day he was born and a bank to boot!

Lie # 3 EXPOSED:

Bill’s mother was a well-connected businesswoman and served on various boards as a director of the First Interstate Bank and Pacific Northwest Bell. But wait, it gets better (pun intended). Mary also served on the United Way board of directors and who do you think served alongside her on that same board? John Opel, CEO of IBM! Do you see now how Bill and Microsoft got that deal with IBM? Connections are really necessary for success, what do you think?

While working at the board table with the CEO of IBM, IBM chose Mary Gate’s son, Bill, to develop the operating system (called MS-DOS) for all IBM personal computers. That’s a break you don’t get every day!

Lie # 4 EXPOSED:

Bill never invented Windows 3.0, nor his bus full of computer programmers. That nifty real work of art was invented by an ordinary guy like you and me. Bill bought it for a whopping $ 50,000! I wonder if the mob was trying to charge him and he had to sell so fast and so low. By now he must be cursing himself that Bill is a billionaire just because of Windows 3.0.

According to Microsoft legend, Bill dropped out of school to create Microsoft and change the world. Don’t you think maybe one of the reasons he was quick to take that risk was that he didn’t care about who would pay the bills?

Before you think I hate Bill, I don’t. On the contrary, I love the boy. With his charitable exploits around the world, I can’t hate him, even if I wanted to. And don’t forget that he gave me Windows and Office. Those two programs have made my life easier.

Whether you think that is correct or not, that is your opinion. All I want you to know is that if you want to get rich, achieve immense success, become famous or whatever, you have a much better chance of modeling successful people who come from the same background as you and still made it to the top.

Not everything is always what it seems, before you go out and start looking for someone to guide you, you should make sure they come from the same background as you. If they are not, you will feel inadequate and will not learn anything from them.

If you are from a common environment, I tell you now that you can do it above the top. Yes, you can, if you take the time to discover the one successful but often overlooked technique that works every time without fail. What is this technique? Why don’t you click the link in my resource box below to find out?

Success is yours.

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