Warren Buffett is best known as a highly successful investor and one of the three richest people in the world. But the billionaire does not use money as a measure of prosperity. For Buffett, the important metric is the relationship in his life – and his friend Bill Gates takes notes.
"At that time, a year-end assessment would be enough Just one question: Will Microsoft software realize the dream of personal computing?" Writes Gates.
Although Buffett and Melinda still assess the quality of their work, they have encouraged him to ask other questions about his life, such as, "Have I given enough time to my family?" "Have I learned enough new things?" and "Did I make new friends and deepen old ones?" Gates writes.