Mon, 1 December 2014
Lawrence Cunningham has written dozens of books including the Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The Enduring Value of Values, which Amazon called “a hot new title”. He has also written books such as the AIG story as well as The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America. Lawrence loves to teach, read, write, and spend time with his family. He comes on to the show today to talk with Jason about his latest book, Berkshire Beyond Buffett, and share some insights into why Warren Buffett is an incredibly successful man.
3:11 – Lawrence says if you sell a product that's useful to your customer, you'll develop a returning customer. It's just a better business model than selling products no one wants.
7:30 – It turns out Warren Buffett got his values from Tom Murphy.
11:40 – When Lawrence interviewed CEOs for his book, there was a common theme among them – they trusted their staff and didn't try to control everything.
14:45 – What are some of the myths about Buffett? Lawrence explains in this segment.
17:00 – Will Warren Buffett ever retire?
20:00 – Buffett's greatest achievement is that he has built a company that will outlast him when he leaves the company.
22:45 – Jason asked if Buffett's investments in wind and solar are a good idea and Lawrence think it is.
24:30 – Lawrence is excited for his upcoming Berkshire Beyond Buffett book tour.
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