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Warren Buffett to Josh: Read, read, read

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Today’s guest post is from Josh Whitford from over in Fargo, dere (hey, we’re both way up north here so I can say that dere).

Josh did a really smart and simple thing to get in touch with – and get advice from – Warren Buffett.

While it’s great to get advice from Mr. Buffett, the key thing here is not so much the specific task Josh was assigned but that he sought out the wisdom in the first place. Constant improvement is not a luxury, it’s a requirement.

Asking questions of those who know more than you (and/or know the success you want) is definitely a good strategy (ever hear of “Think and Grow Rich”?)

Speaking of, I’m on a quest to increase my reading to at a least a book a week this year. While it has impacted some other things negatively (at least from their perspective), I see positive results in my work, this blog (sometimes negative results – like far fewer posts), and life in general. Highly recommended.

And yes, I should be blogging about those weekly book adventures, shouldn’t I?

One reply on “Warren Buffett to Josh: Read, read, read”

I am glad you enjoyed the post. I had a lot of fun sending that out. It inspired another to do the same and got much the same response with a very different question and answer.

“According to Einstein the the most powerful force in the universe is compounding interest. What your response be to the same question..?” to which replied “LOVE”
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