“Investing is just buying something for less than its worth, knowing it will be better and worth more down the road.” – Phil Town
Today on InvestED Phil and Danielle expand on their discussion of Warren Buffett and his achievements as he continues to inspire many to follow in his footsteps.
Phil brings back a childhood memory of being with his grandfather as he cared for the garden. He describes how he was following behind him, trying to step in his enormous footprints. These footprints, Phil now sees as characteristic of those that Buffett and Munger have set as investors.
Buffett is not only an extraordinary investor, but he was also the first person to connect being moral and ethical with investing. He’s living proof that there was more to life than just making money and stocks.
Danielle and Phil continue discussing Warren and the legacy he has left. As the conversation develops, Danielle reads a passage from Poor Charlie’s Almanack, in which Charlie wrote about Warren.
The legacy Warren Buffett has created for himself resulted from living a life of integrity. As Warren likes to say, “It can take a decade to create a great character and it can take ten minutes to destroy it.”
What do you want your legacy to be?
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