3 Life Principles I Learned From Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio is the founder of Bridgewater Associates, one of the largest hedge funds in the world. His net worth is somewhere around $16 Billion.

I recently finished reading his book Principles: Life and Work and it left an impact on me. My copy is loaded with highlights.

In this episode, I share three of my favourite principles from the book but there could’ve easily been more.

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If you haven’t seen or heard of Ray before, I’d encourage you to check him and his book out. If you’re like me, you will learn something.

Episode challenge: Spend 20-30 minutes thinking about some principles you’d like to live your life by.

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3 Life Principles I Learned From Ray Dalio

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