86"Young people should be encouraged to pursue long-term, realistic goals rather than seek immediate fame and recognition."
1、immediate fame and recognition counterproductive
Bill Gates making his decision to drop out from Harvard is an appropriate instance. Now when we look
back Gates successful experiences, we have to admit that his resolutely dropping out from Harvard a
top university, and not even caring too much of the result is a bold and wise decision. What does it
mean a man who can graduate from Harvard? It means, as everybody knows, a well earning job
awaits you, and at least be a leaguer of middle class. Gates not only gave up a diploma of the world's
No.1 university but also refused a designed bright future. I think Gate's reason is simple and clear.
Because he noticed PC's rapid development in the future. According to long views, if Gates did not quit
at that time, albeit I am sure there would be a operation system similar to MS-DOS and Windows
today, probably neither Gates would be the richest man in the world, nor Microsoft was today's