This content was created in collaboration with the Driskill Foundation, which funds curiosity-boosting programs for kids and teens, helping develop STEM skills and foster a lifelong love of learning.
Today they're the most powerful pair of best friends in the world, but when Bill Gates and Warren Buffett first met in 1991, they didn't want anything to do with each other. But over the course of dinner, they gradually began to realize that they had a lot in common. When Gates's father asked the two of them what their most important quality was, they both had the same answer—curiosity. The nonprofit Driskill Foundation has an idea of how to inspire more questioning minds like Bill and Warren, and you can help.