IT’S POSSIBLE TO MAKE a lot of money so quickly that you don’t realise the import and scale of what you’ve accomplished. Because of this it’s possible to lose it quickly, too. That’s embarrassing. It’s embarrassing enough to make it difficult to admit what’s happened, even to yourself.
WARREN BUFFETT describes value based investing in a zen-like koan: “Find a wonderful business and buy it at an attractive price.” This deceptively simple doctrine begs the question of what makes a business wonderful. One of the hallmarks of a wonderful business is that it has a sustainable competitive advantage – a moat.
SHOZO KATO, master kendo sensei discusses how timeless notions of stillness and movement come together through the modern lens of Japanese sword fighting.
STEVE JOBS, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams.