Charlie Munger was a college dropout who served as a meteorologist in the US Army Air Corps before graduating from Harvard Law.
And then he met Warren Buffett.
The rest is history.
As vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, Munger is Buffett’s right-hand man. He has an estimated net worth of $1.19 billion.
Like Buffett, Munger is incredibly sharp in his wit and investing wisdom. You might even argue that his words are more blunt and unfiltered than Buffett’s.
We compiled a list of Munger’s most insightful quotes about investing, business, and life.
Check them out below:
Overestimating your intelligence could be a major pitfall.
If you think your IQ is 160 but it’s 150, you’re a disaster. It’s much better to have a 130 IQ and think it’s 120. Continue reading “Charlie Munger… quotes”
I think, that of all Osho’s talks that I know, this is the most significant, and the most helpful, if you EVER want to be able to return HOME, to the present moment, where you can be content, happy, and start living.
Osho talks: The Man Who Loved Seagulls
7 May 1975 am in Buddha Hall
There was a man living by the seashore who loved seagulls. Every morning he went down to the sea to roam with the seagulls. More birds came to him than could be counted in hundreds.
His father said to him one day: I hear the seagulls all come roaming with you — bring me some to play with.
Next day, when he went to the sea, the seagulls danced above him and would not come down.
The greatest secret of life is — and remember it always — that life is a gift. You have not deserved it in the first place. It is not your right. It has been given to you, you have not earned it. Once you understand this, many things will become clear.
If life is a gift then all that belongs to life is going to be a gift. Happiness, love, meditation — all that is beautiful is going to be a gift from the holy, from the whole.
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