By Neal Glatt
Warren Buffet, the third wealthiest person in the world, is worth $80.8 billion. What’s his secret? He spends 80% of his day doing a single activity that he credits for his phenomenal success. Buffet says, “I just sit in my office and read all day.” His advice to students at Columbia University is to read 500 pages a day because knowledge, “builds up like compound interest.” His right-hand man at Berkshire Hathaway, Charlie Munger (who is also a billionaire), sums it up by saying, “Go to bed smarter each night than when you woke up.”
Now, most of us don’t have the time to read 500 pages per day. On average, this would be 2,500 words and would take an average adult 4.5 hours to read. Fortunately, there is a 21st century solution to achieving this level of learning.
2,500 words is also the average amount of words spoken in 20 minutes. If you’re tracking, you can learn as much as Warren Buffet does each day by watching just one course each morning on GrowTheBench.
Here’s the thing - you’ll never improve your business if you’re too busy to learn how to do anything differently. If you want to change your results, it’s time to change your habits. Warren Buffet says, “All of you can do it, but I guarantee not many of you will do it.” So who’s ready to be the next billionaire? To help you get started, you can try full access to every course on GrowTheBench by clicking here and using code: billionaire at checkout.