21 Things I Learned From Becoming Warren Buffett

1. Treat Yourself Well

2. Compound Interest is an Amazing Thing

3. Trust What You Believe

4. Don’t Be Afraid To Reach Out

5. Investing

6. Communication is Key

7. Balance

8. Circle of Competence

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The hitting circle of competence — Source: http://bit.ly/2p7WRTg

9. Don’t Emotionally Tie Yourself To Things You Ultimately Can’t Control

10. The Right Companion

11. Ethics

12. Keep the Circle Small

‘A lot of people think if you just had more process and more compliance — checks and double checks and so forth — you could create a better result in the world. Well, Berkshire has had practically no process. We had hardly any internal auditing until they forced it on us. We just try to operate in a seamless web of deserved trust and be careful whom we trust.’ — Charlie Munger

13. Create the Exact Life You Want

14. Never Stop Learning

15. Focus

Focus.

16. Taking Time to Think

17. The Long Game

“Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.”

— Aristotle

18. Giving Back

19. Reputation is a Fragile House

20. Extreme Ownership

21. Life Is a Game

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I play at the crossroads of technology, health and art. Broadcasting from: www.mrdbourke.com

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