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10 Of The Most Humble Millionaires And Billionaires Of All Times

By Nenad Dojcinovski, 3 November 2017

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You really have to be a special person, someone with a huge heart, to share your hard earned millions or even billions. There’s no such thing as overnight success and we all know it. But the fact that we’re only seeing the bright side of the story is making people believe that success was meant to be for a group of specially selected people.

But that’s not the truth. If we take business as an example, we can always use people like Jack Ma and Elon Musk as the purest examples of success.

But what makes all of these people special is not how much money they make. But it is rather the fact that they still keep it humble, and they’re happy to share their fortunes just to help people in need.

1Mark Zuckerberg

Thanks to Facebook, we all know who Mark Zuckerberg is. He’s not worth $54 billion, and the numbers are just going up. But even a more shocking fact is that Mark is only 33 years old. Which means he has more billions in the bank that age! That is shocking, but Mark is not your typical billionaire. He wants to keep it simple, wearing only the plain t-shirts and regular jeans. With the money he has, he can easily buy any car in the world, but he prefers a more humble option such as Volkswagen Golf GTi. 

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2Leonardo DiCaprio

"The Wolf of Wall Street" star has an estimated net worth of $245 million. He’s not a billionaire, and maybe he’ll never be one. But $245 million is still a huge amount of money that you can use to treat yourself with super expensive items. But that’s not the style of the amazing Leo DiCaprio. You can only see Leo wearing an expensive suit during The Oscars or similar movie awards. But besides that, he doesn’t want to show-off and he would rather rent a bike just to tour cities and enjoy the modest life. 

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