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Daniel is a Harvard graduate who has worked in investing for 30+ years and runs a successful investing company. He has devoted his life to personal growth and empowering others. He will soon be an ordained zen priest and is a leader in the Mankind Project. He is the author of The Warren Buffett Letters and an upcoming series on personal development. See more at: http://www.danielpecaut.com/
 
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Beating Bronchiectasis is now a 72-page book: amzn.com/B01HUBS7J2 (Only $0.99 for Kindle). To read a sample chapter and what readers have said, go to DanielPecaut.com/Bronchiectasis --- In this episode, I describe my health struggles, diagnosis with Bronchiectasis, and full recovery over the course of one year. What’s in this episode: My childhood …
 
The number of millionaires increases every year. These folks have more and more freedom to make choices they want. Thinking back, one failing I've had was not talking to clients more about giving. I've left clients alone to do what's right for themselves. Since I was never comfortable getting into deeper conversation, I left them to choose their ow…
 
Today we discuss experiences in ownership. My invitation at the beginning was to be a learning organism. See yourself as a sponge whose constantly in a state of learning. I am deeply grateful for the teachers I've had. If I've done reasonably well, it’s because I've had fantastic teachers: My father, my grandfather, Warren Buffett, John Templeton a…
 
In this episode we go deeper into the nuts and bolts of being an enterprising investor. We look at the concept of Mr. Market which represents the psychology of investing and how the market behaves. We talk about why you should look to have a margin of safety of safety in your investments in order to get the best value possible and to protect yourse…
 
In this episode, I continue to discuss patience in more depth. Understanding patience is the third lesson that's absolutely essential (in addition to Ownership and Don’t Lose) if you're going to be an entrepreneurial investor and active in trying to manage your affairs. Moliere said, "The trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit." As I refle…
 
What I’d like to do today is cover the three most important things for being an entrepreneurial investor: Ownership Don’t Lose Patience IWDP04
 
What I'd like to do today is talk about the basics. If you're a defensive investor or a conservative person and you don't want to spend a lot of time on investing, follow this outline and you'll be fine. With the bigger understanding that things do fluctuate, you have to stay with it so compounding can work for you. If you organize your life in a c…
 
After establishing a foundation for how to think about money in the first episode, we go on to lay an foundation for how to think. In Filters Against Folly, Garrett Hardin's great book, he outlines three filters for making decisions. I found these tremendously helpful in making good investing decisions. The three filters are: literacy, numeracy and…
 
To begin, I stated my mission: to teach and share what I've learned. The need for this is high in my judgement. America is the cradle of capitalism (which is now the world’s primary ideology for economic development). Yet our constituents know so little about it. How can it even work when people don't know how it works? Luckily, enough do that is w…
 
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