Men Like Buffett and Munger Impress No One But Themselves In Their Early Years

When you study the personal lives of most great value investors, be it Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett, John Neff, Richard Cunniff, Bill Ruane, or Donald Yacktman, you will find that among the many things that they share in common, one of them is this: they have all been internally motivated. When you get your hands on biographies of their lives, you get the impression that even from an early age, they didn’t really care a whole lot what other people thought of them. They weren’t needlessly combative or anti-social, but they weren’t afraid to fade away and do their own thing.

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