Developing Financial Consistency – The Warren Buffett Way

Warren Buffett has consistently remained on the “Top 4 Richest Men in the World” list for over 3 Decades.

“I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute.”  – Warren Buffett

With a Net worth of $72.7 Billion, Warren Buffett is wealthier than ever thanks to the stellar performance of his diversified holding company, Berkshire Hathaway. Its coveted Class A stock, is the most expensive of any public U.S. company, it eclipsed $200,000 per share for the first time in August 2014.

Buffett knows about Creating, Sustaining and Growing Wealth. Warren Buffett, nicknamed the “Oracle of Omaha” lives by Certain Fundamental Principles, some of which I will share with you over the next couple of days on our daily Wisdom Nugget For Today.

 

He believes that you should:

  1. Invest in “YOURSELF FIRST” before anything else.
  1. Discover, Develop and Improve your own Passion, Gifts and Talents.

“I got started investing in myself very early at the age of 7, I started reading my dad’s books on investment and that also positioned me to start investing early at the age of 11”

“I started reading Professor Ben Graham’s Books at the age of 19 and he became my Lecturer in University of Nebraska. He also became my Mentor and I Learnt a lot that I know now from him”
So, If you want to succeed and become wealthy:

  1. Build your Competency and Capacity to deliver
  1. Develop your Emotional Intelligence

 

How much have you invested in yourself lately in Books, CDs, Education, Information, etc in line with your Passion, Gift and Vision? If you don’t think you’re worthy enough to invest in yourself; who will?

 

Financial Consistency Tip  A:

Develop a 5 year Self Development and Investment Plan

 

The Catalyst, Lanre Olusola.