“If you’re all so smart, then why am I so rich? Warren Buffett”
This famous phrase is attributed to the charming American old billionaire. An eccentric old man with the appearance of a provincial Professor lives in a modest house in Omaha and often travels on an old “Honda”, bought 10 years ago in the secondary market for some 700 bucks. The car flaunts a license plate with the inscription “thrifty”, which translates as “calculating”. According to this sign, almost any American will determine that this is the car of Warren Buffett — the most successful investor and the world’s richest man nicknamed “the Oracle of Omaha”. Continue reading
will rassmotrim a series of clear, today, patterns:
1. Be an expert
Experts are trusted. Experts find themselves. Experts are highly valued. Expertise is not a complete doctorate, but only a little more knowledge of the subject than the knowledge of your target audience. And the ability to present it.
2. Sell always
Your time is money. If time does not bring money (or their equivalent), time is wasted. Therefore, every day “personally!”sell something. Even if it is a trifle. Continue reading
Time is a twofold concept. On the one hand, we have it in abundance, and it is still a lot in stock. On the other hand, every second we spent was gone, and gone forever. And the main question is how we spent it.
Analyzing what you want to do and what you’re really doing helps you assess how effectively you’re using your time.
Most time management systems focus on the rational distribution of time, paying little attention to the actual tasks and goals. But not all. For example, the Eisenhower matrix helps to formulate and identify tasks, distributing them by importance: Continue reading