Bill Gates gift to college graduates

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Self Motivation Books. Bill Gates gift to college graduates.Download it Free here

To Download the book “Factfullness” click here   ( Unfortunately, because of international publishing rights, it is available only to graduates from U.S. schools.)

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Self Motivation Books. Bill Gates gift to college graduates.Download it Free here

What can be more pleasent news for fresh new graduates than getting a book ( that too free ) from none other than Mr Bill Gates. Recently Bill Gates announced that ” Here’s my gift to college graduates ” post on https://www.gatesnotes.com/ , he is giving away free book to fresh college graduates. The book is        ” Factfullness ” written by Hans Rosling , Anna Rosling , Ola Rosling.

To Download the book “Factfullness” click here   ( (Unfortunately, because of international publishing rights, it is available only to graduates from U.S. schools.)

In his blog ( https://www.gatesnotes.com/About-Bill-Gates/My-gift-to-college-graduates ) bill gates wrote ”

If you’re getting a degree from a U.S. college this spring, I have a present for you.

It’s a book. (No surprise there. Books are my go-to gift.) It’s called Factfulness, by the late global-health expert and noted sword swallower Hans Rosling, and it is packed with advice about how to see the world clearly. Although I think everyone should read it, it has especially useful insights for anyone who’s making the leap out of college and into the next phase of life.

So I am giving Factfulness to everyone who’s getting a degree from a U.S. college or university this spring. If you’re being awarded an associate’s, bachelor’s, or post-graduate degree, download your free copy of the book below. (Unfortunately, because of international publishing rights, it is available only to graduates from U.S. schools.) ”

To Download the book “Factfullness” click here   ( (Unfortunately, because of international publishing rights, it is available only to graduates from U.S. schools.)