Weekend reads

Big event today! The annual meeting of Berkshire Hathway. It's going to be very small comparatively because of COVID-19, and my spirit animal, Charlie Munger, is not going to be attending.
Here's a sneak preview of what to expect:

Few other reads:

Books for marketers

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I love Jerry's perspective on life. I love his show Comedians in cars getting coffee. I've watched the show multiple times. I went to see him live. There is an untitled book that Jerry is working on, I'm excited about that. Here are some of my favorite lines from the interview-

“What am I really sick of?” is where innovation begins.
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I’ll maintain the standard as opposed to the variety.
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I’m not comparing myself in any way, shape, or form to the Beatles, but they ended after nine years when I was a kid, and there was something about that single-digit number. Once a TV series is in double digits, it’s like, “God, is this thing ever going to end?” Ten seasons seemed so much longer than nine.

  • The Big Debt Crisis by Ray Dalio

If you've been reading this newsletter regularly, you know I can't get enough of Ray Dalio. My books just arrived:


Looking forward to reading them this weekend.