“Address whatever you feel your weaknesses are, and do it now. Whatever you want to learn more, start doing it today. Don’t put if off to your old age,” Buffett says.
“You’ll have a more rewarding life not only in terms of how much money you make, but how much fun you have out of life; you’ll make more friends the more interesting person you are,” Buffett says. “So go to it, invest in yourself.”
…from this article.
If you read this blog you are probably aware that I’m a huge Warren Buffett fan. Here are a few things I’ve written about him.
More than anything, he just seems to have a well grounded sense of the way things are. He hasn’t let his astronomical success make him any less appreciative of the many gifts he’s been given along the way.
Same with his good friend, Bill Gates. Together they are the two richest people in world, and they also are two of the most thoughtful and generous people in the world. That’s the kind of billionaire I like ;)