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Warren Buffett: invest in yourself

I was surfing TV the other day and stumbled on to a Warren Buffett interview, where he was answering questions that had been submitted by viewers.

Q: In a country where inflation is at 110%, what could I invest in?
A: Yourself. Assuming you can't invest outside a country, the best investment in terms of ROI, you can make in such a situation is in your own development: take a class, buy books, go back to school...whatever 

I thought this was a great reminder about the importance of trying to constantly get smarter and learn more, whie at work.

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Josekin said…
I'm pretty sure you mean "get smarter, learn more, and WHINE at work"...

Though I could be wrong... haha.
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