In which your boy gets the Tren Griffin treatment

If you’ve been clicking on my morning links posts over the last year, you’ve certainly been sent over to 25iq more than a few times. Blogger Tren Griffin has been doing a knockout series of posts in which he distills the wisdom of some of history’s greatest investors and executives into pithy lessons that are applicable to virtually everyone. From Charlie Munger to Howard Marks, John Doerr to Jeff Bezos, Tren tells us about the most important nuggets of wisdom they’ve passed down to us over the years and why these insights matter.

Given the tremendous list of folks who’ve appeared in the series, I’m totally blown away by his newest edition – A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Josh Brown! It was really cool to see some of my madness made coherent and structured as a series of lessons. I’m incredibly proud (and, simultaneously, incredibly humbled) that the stuff I’ve been saying over the last few years is helping people understand the business better and is resonating with smart folks like Tren.

Head over for the dozen lessons he’s selected from my books and my blog:

A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from Josh Brown (25iq)


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