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One Thing That Turned Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates So Successful


That’s all you need.

Too simple? Let me explain.

If you look at the massively wealthy people of the world, you will notice one undeniable characteristic that they all possess irrespective of the industry they are in.

Warren Buffett has a tremendous amount of patience. He has made himself a fortune by only gluing to his investment strategy, which is to invest in well-run rewarding businesses AND to stick with them. Instead of selling his stock when a company’s share price goes down, he just buys more.

warren buffett

Steve Jobs patiently stuck with his goal of creating truly revolutionary products. We all know the stories of his weird quirks, but the most notable quality he had was to stay on course regardless of what other people said or did.

steve jobs

Henry Ford virtually reinvented the way products are assembled. During his time he was ridiculed and laughed at, but he patiently stuck to his goal and ended up changing the way the world efficiently creates products.

Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and Phil Knight all fanatically stuck to their dream of building their respective products. Some people think that they were ‘overnight successes,’ but if we look at their path to wealth, the only reason why they succeeded was that they were patient.

bill gates

So how does that help you?

Realize that you must be patient. Pick something that you are knowledgeable, interested, and passionate about and then hunt that goal.

You’ll see all kinds of investors endlessly chasing the new ‘shiny thing,’ and constantly changing their path. It’s the reason why stock investors buy and sell shares in a short amount of time, instead of being patient and allowing their investment to build value.

You can read all kinds of books about finance and investing, but it won’t mean anything unless you have the patience to execute what you’ve learned.

Money and finance will take you on a roller-coaster ride, and it’s only those who can patiently ride over the bumps that end up excelling in the end.

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