p Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates offered new college graduates some valuable advice this week in 14 simple tweets.
The tech titan and richest man in the world, who dropped out of Harvard in 1975, took to Twitter on Monday to share his top tips for new graduates, lessons he wished he had learned before leaving college, and some of his biggest regrets.
"New college graduates often ask me for career advice," he wrote in a series of tweets, starting off with a reference to the classic movie "The Graduate".
Intelligence, for instance, is "not one-dimensional" and takes many different forms.
Gates also delved into some of his biggest regrets after dropping out of college.
Took me decades to learn," he said.