Warren Buffett knows a thing or two about wealth investing. The Oracle of Omaha also knows plenty about building a successful career and living a more successful life.
Here are three useful tips to consider for your own personal and professional development:
1. Do the thing you love.
Buffett once lectured at the University of Florida’s school of business and gave students sage counsel that you don’t hear much of in the cutthroat business world: finding work that you love. “You really should take a job that, if you were independently wealthy, that would be the job you would take,” Buffett said in his speech. “You will learn something, you will be excited about it, and you will jump out of bed. You can’t miss.”
In other words, choose work and a career that aligns with your sense of purpose — make it a calling and a mission in life. Money, then, serves a greater cause: to impact human lives and make the world a better place.
Buffett said, “I love every day. I mean, I tap…
This article was written by Marcel Schwantes and originally published on www.inc.com