Borrowing a leaf from an accomplished life is enough to decode success, says Robert G. Hagstrom in his book, The Warren Buffett Way, +Website. The author goes on to analyze various moves and decisions made by Warren E. Buffett. This books explores the forethought of a man who commenced his entrepreneurial ambitions with a mere 100 dollars in his pocket and ended up building a $20 billion empire.
The author has observed Buffett’s numerous pathbreaking ventures over a period of ten years. During his research, the author made sure to include even minor aspects related to the entrepreneur. Being a philanthropist and the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren E. Buffett was born in 1930. From selling chewing gum and Coca-Cola to his neighbors to becoming the wealthiest man in the world, this book gives new perspectives to prospective entrepreneurs.