The Good Life by The RealTime Podcast Network is hosted by Sean Murray. It studies the values, virtues, and practices that contribute to leading a meaningful, flourishing life. The show focuses on the most important investment we all make - investing our time wisely to get the most out of life. Join Sean on a journey for the life well-lived.
Sean is the founder and CEO of RealTime Performance, a company that provides leadership and organization development services to major corporations.
#54 – Berkshire Hathaway Letter to Shareholders with Jake Taylor
The topic of this week’s episode is Warren Buffett’s annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. My guest is Jake Taylor, the Chief Executive Officer of Farnam Street Investments. Jake has been a previous guest on The Good Life as part of the Decision-Making Mastermind Group. Jake breaks down Warren Buffett's latest Letter to Berkshire Shareholders and helps us understand what we can learn. Jake is an incredibly knowledgeable investor, and he follows Berkshire carefully, so he's familiar with the company and he brings unique insight into interpreting Buffett's letter and his message to the investing community.
This show grew out my interest in Value Investing and in helping others to apply the principles of value investing to our lives. Buffett's annual letter is always full of wisdom and Jake helps us unpack this year's edition so we can get the most out of it.
What You'll LearnHow to analyze Berkshire’s earningsBuffett’s two primary goals for his leadership of Berkshire in 2020 and why he didn’t meet either of themWhat share repurchases at Berkshire and Apple in 2020 mean for Berkshire shareholdersHow to think about the Retained Earnings at the companies Berkshire partially ownsWhy Buffett is writing down his purchase of Precision Cast PartsThe structural advantages of BerkshireThe “Four Jewels” of BerkshireWhy you should never bet against AmericaThe surprise announcement about this year’s annual meeting
Books & ResourcesBerkshire Hathaway Letter to Shareholders 2020The Rebel Allocator by Jake TaylorEpisode #4 – Jake Taylor Discusses his novel, The Rebel Allocator
Connect with Jake TaylorTwitter: @farnamjake1Farnam Street Investments
Connect with Sean MurrayEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @seanpmurray111LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanpmurray/Website: www.seanpmurray.netNewsletter: https://www.realtimeperformance.com/newsletter/
#53 – In Praise of Walking with Shane O'Mara
Shane O'Mara, Professor of Experimental Brain Research at Trinity College Dublin talks about his new book "In Praise of Walking: A New Scientific Exploration." We discuss the many physical, psychological and social benefits of walking, and how it contributes to the "good life."
#52 – How to Keep Our Cool with James Romm
James Romm, professor of Classics at Bard talks about his book "How to Keep Your Cool: An Ancient Guide to Anger Management."
#51 – How to Live A Good Life with Massimo Pigliucci
A guide to finding your philosophy of life and why that's important.
#50 – The Incredible Mind of Claude Shannon with Jimmy Soni & Mark Levinson (Personal Development)
An exploration into the mind of a brilliant mathematician and a creative genius: Claud Shannon - the most influential figure you’ve never heard of.
TGL049: The Hot Hand with Ben Cohen
Bill Cohen, the NBA reporter for the Wall Street Journal and the author of “The Hot Hand: The Mystery & Science of Streaks" discusses the "hot hand theory" and how it can help us make better decisions.
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