Smart Investing is About Flourishing

Smart Investing Is About Flourishing

Warren Buffet, arguably the greatest financial investor of the mid-to-late twentieth century, made billions.  But did you know that he destroyed is marriage and created an estranged relationship with his children in the process?

Buffet has freely admitted that his monomaniacal focus on investing and piling up money badly damaged his family life.

Mighty Investor doesn’t advocate a “Middle of the Road” life.  So this isn’t a speech about always finding balance.  To the contrary.  Sometimes you have to go big, get focused, and make something awesome happen.

That said, investing isn’t just about joining the three comma club and beyond.  What’s the point if you end up lonely and sick?  (Fortunately, this is not what happened to Buffet.)  So keep this in mind.