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Rui Zhi Dong

Charlie Munger

The Pursuit of Worldly Wisdom

Publisher: Upgraded Publishing

Publication: January 1, 1970

Nr of Pages: 142

$34.95 $29.95

Charlie Munger: The Pursuit of Worldly Wisdom – A Concise Collection of Timeless Principles

Are you intrigued by the compelling insights of Charlie Munger, one of the most renowned investors of our time? Do you seek to comprehend the myriad mental models that underpin his lifelong wisdom? If your answer is yes, then Charlie Munger: The Pursuit of Worldly Wisdom is the book for you.

In this concise yet comprehensive guide, we delve into the life and principles of Charlie Munger, Berkshire Hathaway’s Vice Chairman, and Warren Buffet’s indispensable business partner.

This book distills his expansive wisdom, unearthing his thoughts on a range of topics including marriage, life planning, the pursuit of happiness, and his general approach to life.

Written with clarity and precision, this book is designed for those who crave the sagacity embedded within the pages of the revered, Poor Charlie’s Almanack, as well as from attending countless Berkshire Hathaway meetings, but prefer an accessible format.

Whether you’re seeking a daily dose of inspiration or a fundamental understanding of Munger’s philosophies, this book is your key to a treasure trove of knowledge.

This book is the product of countless hours of joyous research and synthesis. It draws upon a variety of sources including Berkshire Hathaway’s annual letters and meetings, Munger’s lectures, interviews, Q&A sessions at various universities, Wesco Financial, and the Daily Journal Corporation.

The aim is to offer you a glimpse into the profound intellect of a legendary polymath, how he thinks and distilled wisdom that’s translated into practical life lessons.

Embark on this journey of knowledge and let the wisdom of Charlie Munger illuminate your path.


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