Warren Buffett – Advice for Entrepreneurs

February 13th, 2018
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO , talked about his personal experience in business and gave advice to small business owners.

Warren Edward Buffett is a business magnate, investor, and philanthropist who serves as the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway

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21 Comments on “Warren Buffett – Advice for Entrepreneurs”

  1. Wait ..who are the fuckers with the thumbs down??? This man is genuinely a kind hearted genius giving great advice!! What a bunch of cunts!!!

  2. This is a good mashup ty, btw like Warren you all should be in cash ?. Wait till the market bubble and buy up all of those business on the cheap end

  3. Normally, ''money talks and bullshit walks''. Here, ''Money-maker walks, and quick-rich aspirers listen to him''. The power of ''MONEY''. People look up to rich people because they have money, not for characters. That is the truth about our society. Money makes the world go around.

  4. "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." – Maya Angelou

  5. I listened to Mr buffet when I was in college bought stocks and hold more than 5 years and sold it all to pay for my school I have no debt bc of him where as all of my friends have med school loan and other ridiculous amounts of credit card debt and school loans

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  7. Funny how money wins friends, but someone with fruits of faith in Jesus Christ is hated. Idol worship and it's licentuous rights destroy the understanding and make men insensible to their own good.

  8. Warren Buffett has much wisdom.

    Treat others right, and it will come back to you. Find your strengths and "bring them to the party". Look for good role models.

    However, I disagree that we shouldn't also hang around those we need to straighten out (of course who are WILLING to be straightened out). It's gotta work both ways, we are given, we need to give. Also, to say you should only associate with your betters is contradictory – because why then would they associate with you?

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