What is the Best Life Advice That Someone Gave You?

This advice came from Warren Buffett, though he didn’t give it to just me. He shared it with everyone. Very sound advice for me.

At a Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting in 2000, Warren Buffett spoke about the importance of choosing the right role models, saying that he often tells students:

“Just pick out the person you admire the most in the class, and sit down and write the reasons why you admire him… Nothing could be simpler than to try and figure out what you find admirable and then decide that the person you really would like to admire is yourself. And the only way you’re going to do it is to take on the qualities of other people you admire.”

Remember that there is free life advice around you every day. Observe, listen, and learn well.

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Mike Schoultz is the founder of Digital Spark Marketing, a digital marketing and customer service agency. With 40 years of business experience, he writes about topics to help improve the performance of small business. Find him on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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