Warren Buffett: Living simply leads to happiness

Warren Buffett is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He is well-known for being one of the most influential and richest people in the world. His net worth is $75.6 billion

Despite Warren Buffett being the second richest man in the world, he seems to possess the wise virtue of simplicity, something which is very rare in these days of materialism and complex living.

He doesn’t spend on gadgets or electronics and doesn’t even carry a mobile phone. He doesn’t even own a yacht and says that, “Most toys are just a pain in the neck.”

Buffett is also known for being generous to various charitable institutions. He has given billions of dollars to different foundations.

Warren Buffett still lives in the Omaha, Nebraska, home he bought for $31,500 more than 50 years ago. He bought a house he could afford, and has called it one of his best investments because, “my family and I gained 52 years of terrific memories with more to come.”

He never travels by private jet, although he owns the world’s largest private jet company.

When he got married, rather than a lavish affair, it was a brief afternoon wedding at his house in Omaha.


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