All I Want To Know Is Where Im Going To Die So Ill Never

All I Want To Know Is Where Im Going To Die So Ill Never


All I Want To Know Is Where Im Going To Die So Ill Never Go There ➦ All I Want To Know Is Where Im Going To Die So Ill Never Go There Ebook ➬ Author Peter Bevelin – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk All I Want to Know concerns the fictitious Seeker and his visit to the “Library of Wisdom” where he meets another fictitious character the Librarian along with Buffett and Munger The Seeker learns All I Want Want To PDF ↠ to Know concerns the fictitious Seeker and his visit to the “Library of Wisdom” where he meets another fictitious character the Librarian along with Buffett and Munger The Seeker learns how to make better decisions to help his children avoid doing the dumb things he has done For instance he learns fromBuffett and Munger the best way to prevent trouble is to avoid it altogether by learning what works and what does not This is not a book for those who like complexities or advanced math Rather it’s All I Epub / for those who love efficiency simplicity and common sense or judgment hallmarks of Buffett Munger.

  • Hardcover
  • 280 pages
  • All I Want To Know Is Where Im Going To Die So Ill Never Go There
  • Peter Bevelin
  • English
  • 10 November 2014
  • 9781681840482

10 thoughts on “All I Want To Know Is Where Im Going To Die So Ill Never Go There

  1. Anil Tulsiram Anil Tulsiram says:

    If you can read and understand English there is no excuse not to read this book More wisdom per page than any other book I have read till date This is THE BEST BOOK I have read till date on life Business and Investments

  2. Sumedh Sapre Sumedh Sapre says:

    Hats off to Peter Bevelin for putting this wonderful book together This book is really a crash course on life investing and rational thinking delivered through the timeless wisdom of Charlie Munger Warren Buffett and countless other great thinkers If you want to make a collection of great uotes this book would be the place to start as it has got thousands of them What is really appealing about the principles advocated in the book is the simplicity The book contains guiding philosophy for life and can be read by anyone even those not remotely interested in investing

  3. Eugene Eugene says:

    This book is the mixcompilation of uotes from Buffet's and Munger's speeches letters to shareholders etc made into a story of the Seeker who dreamed and got into imaginative library with the Librarian and Munger and BuffetIn general the book repeats the same content from other books Poor Charlie Almanac Seeking Wisdom From Darwin to Munger but it is worth to be read again and again there are some new advices on investing hiring decision making the philosophy of the life

  4. Sujay Muzumdar Sujay Muzumdar says:

    Possibly the best book I will ever read in my life it is the accumulated wisdom of two of the wisest people of our generation Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger; and is the ultimate treatise on business investing and lifeHonestly there is no reason good enough for not reading this book A fabulous gift by a teacher to a student

  5. Gary Kaiser Gary Kaiser says:

    So Many TyposFirst I'll say that there is a lot of good content in the book And the author clearly has done a lot of research and categorization The approach the author takes is to create two fictional characters the Seeker and the Librarian that he uses to connect excerpts and uotes from Buffet and Munger It's kind of an Eastern approach to telling a story one which is mildly disruptive in the best case very disruptive here Couple this with the thousands of typos that range from small blips to what does this sentence even mean? The content would be much better delivered through a Cliff Notes approach; you'd miss nothing and gain uite a bit of time backI need to go back and find the source that recommended this

  6. Madhur Rao Madhur Rao says:

    Beautiful book Great conceptualisation on the part of the author He has been very careful not to dilute or change in any way what Mr Buffett and Mr Munger have said over the years but instead has added his own insight as well through the voice of the Librarian This is a book which talks about how to live life

  7. Vlad Bezden Vlad Bezden says:

    Amazing book Every single paragraph is a wisdom to the life It covers different aspects of the life marriage education college as well as business investment common sense etc This book is not for fast reading since there is so much wisdom and knowledge that you have to seat and think about it

  8. Helio Winter Helio Winter says:

    MasterpieceFor those interested in Charlie Munger this book is great The central idea is that avoiding stupidity is the easier way to greatness Many lessons and insights This book is even better than Seeking Wisdom also by Peter Bevelin Enjoyed it

  9. Javier Ríos Javier Ríos says:

    In the top 5 of my favorite books A must read for everyone in sake of wisdom for life investment and business

  10. Joel Gray Joel Gray says:

    SUCCESS IN INVESTING COMBINES EXTREME PATIENCE WITH EXTREME DECISIVENESSYou only have to be right on a very very few things in your lifetime as long as you never make any big mistakesWe think the best way to minimise risk is to thinkTo be wiser you need to read and thinkIt is easy to get so busy that you no longer have time to think you pay a huge price for thatTo succeed in investing you need patience and discipline and an ability to take losses and adversity without going crazyLook for insight in inversion invert always invertIn business and in investments its usually far profitable to simply stick with the easy and obvious that it is to resolve the difficultAll commissioned salesmen have a tendency to serve the transaction instead of the truthYou'd be amazed at how fast things can changeNo one can preserver long in a fictitious character for nature will soon reassert itself SenecaSuccessful people say no to almost everything They keep control of their time'Investing is sacrificing now in the hopes of something betterMargin of safety always leave some extra room for thingsIf temperament is the most important personal asset in managing money in business its passionThink how much life is simplified and improved when you are around people you can trustWith clear thoughts comes simplicityBeing a low cost producer of something thats essential to people is going to be a very good business usuallyGames are won by players who focus on the playing field not the scorecard

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