The School of Buffett is No Longer Relevant

When I think about Warren Buffett, I think about America in the 1950’s and 60’s. Apple pies, ham and cheese sandwiches, lemonade stands, mowing the lawn for dad, and delivering newspapers on your bike for 2 quarters a day — a caricature of post WWII American excellence.

It goes without saying that he’s one of the richest people in the world, a few months away from being 90 years old. And to give credit where it’s due, he is one of the wisest and…

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Tommy Chan

Tommy Chan

Writing about technology, business, and work culture. Subscribe to my casual daily newsletter at https://bryology.substack.com/