Strictly speaking, Warren Buffett isn’t rich. Given the fact that this one man alone is sitting on a personal fortune of more than $62 billion, there really isn’t a word in existence that describes exactly how wealthy he really is. It’s the kind of cash stockpile that’s borderline nonsensical in many ways, as without crossing the line into pure lunacy, it’s more than any normal human being could spend in a hundred lifetimes. Not that folks like Buffet are in the habit of giving cash away for no reason – one of the reasons the rich stay rich is that they know exactly how to retain the money they’ve already made.
Back on planet Earth where this kind of money just doesn’t exist, there are basically two types of people – those who admit they would jump at the chance to mirror Buffet’s success and those who lie and say they’re not interested. In any and all cases therefore, following Buffet’s example is something everyone could benefit from.
Realistically speaking, the likelihood of any of us making this kind of money in the course of our own lifetimes is minimal to say the least. But at the same time, this doesn’t mean that heeding the best possible advice could not at least make a significant difference, for those with every intention of getting rich.
Or at least, richer.
So with this in mind, what follows is a brief overview of the 10 golden rules for getting super-rich, which were shared during an interview with none other than the man himself. Suffice to say, if Warren Buffet offers advice on making money, it’s probably the kind of advice you should be listening to: