World's Billionaires secrets of success. Which ones do you follow?

Are you what people call a “dreamer”? Those who achieve success start with a simple dream, but need to be a “doer” and have the right attitude to get to the top!

What was the attitude of some of the richest people in the world? What do you share with some of the brightest minds of our times?

There is a selective group of people who have been laughed at more than once for being dreamers.

Did they care? Not a chance. They all knew that truth is the daughter of time. And so, time proved they were more than simple dreamers.

In selecting these stories, we have asked ourselves what we would find if we delved pretty deeply into the heads of successful and outstanding people.

A little spoiler: looking for shortcuts and magic solutions is not in the list of successful people.

  • Bill Gates was best known for skipping classes to go play poker and did not even finish college. What he did, however, was to plan his future step by step to fulfill his life-long dream: to improve computer science. Needless to say that he achieved it and enjoys a 1st position in the World's Billionaires list. His main secret was to be ahead of his time: "The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow."

  • Carlos Slim Helu. From a humble and working family, this Mexican man has founded companies showing an outstanding humbleness and diligence and amassed a vast fortune ranking 2nd in the Forbes' list. The key to his success? Team work, goals and knowledge: "There is no challenge that we cannot achieve by working together, with clear objectives and knowing the tools."

  • Warren Buffett started delivering newspapers. In preparing his way to the top, he had to attend classes of Dale Carnegie to overcome his shyness and fear of public speaking. Today, he is considered one of the greatest investors, standing 3rd in the World's Billionaires list. One of his secrets? Good leadership: "Focus on your customers and lead your people as though their lives depend on your success."

  • Walt Disney. From a young age he had a clear dream and vocation. He founded two companies and both of them failed. He was even told he wasn't "creative enough" and "should try another field." Nowadays, many generations have grown watching his timeless films. What made him turn a deaf ear to such negative commentaries? "It's kind of fun to do the impossible"

  • Steve Jobs. When he was in his 20s, he had great ideas and owned a successful company. Everything went down the drain once he was fired. Did he feel sorry about it? No, he founded a new company so successful that it was bought by the previous one. Today, that little, bitten apple is known around the globe. What made him stand up after falling? "Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don't lose faith."

It is clear that the world needs dreamers and doers. And a right attitude is behind the big fortunes and a full, happy life.

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