Warren Buffett talks to scholars and shares his experience in life and business gained over numerous decades running one of the world’s largest empires, Berkshire Hathaway. He explains why numerous fat people still choose to work without any fiscal reason to do so rather of retiring; reveals the core principles of his business; shares a lot of great stories about entrepreneurs who he bought attachment companies from, and answers questions from the followership. The speech took place at the University of Nebraska in 2003. Hope you guys enjoy this videotape and learn a great assignment from the fabulous investor.
WarrenE. Buffett is an American investor, philanthropist, business mogul, and the president & CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He’s considered one of the most successful investors in the world and has a net worth of over 100 billion bones. Buffett was born in Omaha, Nebraska. He developed an interest in business and investing in his youth and made truly inconceivable stock request returns over his career.
14:51 Buffett said it wasn’t the money that his heroes made that make them Buffett’s heroes, and that the money meant nothing. Buffett said it with a countenance of sadness. I just find that funny and admirable. I think that countenance can only be expressed by someone who doesn’t want to have any more money. He said with sadness that the money meant nothing.