Children should be “poor” or “rich”? Warren Buffett, the God of Stocks: It’s better to raise rich and poor than to raise them with experience!

7 min readDec 13, 2020

Warren Buffett is not only one of the most successful investors in the world but has also successfully raised his three children.

His eldest daughter, Susan, became a fund manager, his second son, Howard, worked to solve the problem of global famine, and his youngest son, Peter, became the winner of numerous awards.

Each of the children lived the way they wanted to live and became great at what they do best.

To this day
Warren Buffett’s business fortune and his children’s educational values have had a profound impact on me.
I have been inspired by them.

1.Work is the highest reward
Warren Buffett has worked tirelessly throughout his life.
For him, work is not a task but a reward.
Through his work, he realized his self-worth and
He has made the most of his talents for the benefit of society as a whole.
His successful investment experience and philosophy have become a treasure in the history of the stock market, benefiting future generations.
It is the reverence for work that makes Warren Buffett a great man and a joy to be around.
What is really important about work is that
We need to find our own passions and let them shine.
and let it shine and heat up.
Finally, the sun is hot.
This requires that when we are looking for a job
We must find what we really like.
Because the interest will make you ignore the gains and losses
And give full play to your passion.
Because only you know how happy it is to do it.
Also, we must be conscious of the fact that work is our active choice.
It is for our own sake.
The reward of work depends on the value of your contribution.


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