Warren Buffett – How He Became a Billionaire

For the latest Warren Buffett, go to WarrenBuffettNews.com – Warren Buffett can allocate the capital his managers earn better than they can. In order to do that, he needed great powers of persuasion. He learned this through Dale Carnegie. He took the course when he was 20 years old, and he decided to begin teaching. The book How to Win Friends and Influence People http which gave him tools for dealing with people and it changed his life. Bonuses aren’t the only thing that motivates people, flattery works too. He is a master psychologist. He makes people feel like they can do no wrong. The Berkshire Hathaway website is very low key. It doesn’t even have a photo on it. There is no need to waste money on a designer. It doesn’t matter what the site looks like, as long as people can get the facts about the company. One of Buffett’s major purchases was the Omaha Furniture Mart. It was started by a woman from Russia who couldn’t read or write. Warren Buffett wanted to buy the business, and he did in 1983. He didn’t use lawyers or expensive agreements. He bought it for million in cash. He got it for less than it was worth, and he has a long history of doing that. He knows what he is doing, but the seller only finds out about it later. Soon after buying the furniture mart, Buffett became a billionaire. Although these purchases made Buffett rich, there was rocket fuel behind everything. The insurance business is what has really made Buffett rich. In insurance, customers must

8 Responses to “Warren Buffett – How He Became a Billionaire”

  1. Tadgh78 says:

    Yeah whatever. If i wanted the opinion of some 20 year old little punk I’d ask for it.

  2. JohnF30Music says:

    @Tadgh78 which part of “random distribution of wealth is bad” do you not understand?

  3. Tadgh78 says:

    Peter Buffet; “Why in the world just because my dad’s really good at something and has made a lot of money should I get that? It, you know I mean, it fundamentally doesn’t make sense.”
    The part about being a piss poor musician that nobody has ever heard of while your father is the 2nd richest man in the world is the part that fundamentally doesn’t make sense to me . Jeez.

  4. Tadgh78 says:

    Peter Buffet; “Why in the world just because my dad’s really good at something and has made a lot of money should I get that? It, you know I mean, it fundamentally doesn’t make sense.”
    The part about being a piss poor musician that nobody has ever heard of while your father is the 2nd richest man in the world is the part that fundamentally doesn’t make sense to me . Jeez.

  5. wetyewruyrtsutrdhjfg says:

    Hey his children are pretty cool.

  6. wetyewruyrtsutrdhjfg says:

    Oh gods………I have that book on my table now.

  7. TehSmellulare says:

    This is actually really inspiring to me. I’m bright and still young, but I’m introverted, shy–you name it. I have a passion for genetics and see a future self of mine finding a niche as an entrepreneur in the biotech revolution. The trouble is getting to there from where I am now. At age 18, It’s hard for me to get a job at McDonald’s, much less found a company…I guess I should take some Carnegie classes myself…

  8. mexicangangboss says:

    this is disgusting

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