Charlie Munger, the 93 year old billionaire investor, partner, & Vice Chairman of Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway (1 share is worth $296,400 by the way) has missed out on many chances- chances that could’ve added to his mounting fortune. We’ve all had missed chances in life, but Munger has a unique perspective on moving through his missed chances that he got reading the philosophy of Epictetus. “Every missed chance in life is an opportunity to behave well; learn something; & it’s your duty not to be submerged in self pity, but something constructive.” Instead of pouting & pointing @ missed chances, what if we stayed Mungry. 👉👉👉Please rate and review the show👉👉also let me know your thoughts @ email@example.com
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