In this episode of #LØRN, Silvija talks to William Green, the author of Richer, Wiser, Happier: How the World's Greatest Investors Win in Markets and Life. In this book, Green shares his learnings from hundreds of hours of in-depth interviews with more than forty of the world's super-investors. Green and Seres discuss some of the similarities successful people share, and he shares some of the lessons we can learn from the world’s greatest investors that he learned when researching his book. This podcast is an episode in our book series where we meet national and international authors to talk about their latest book. Why they started writing the book and the most important lessons they have learned in the writing and research process.
Author of Books, including "RICHER, WISER, HAPPIER"
Author Selvstendig næringsdrivende
My new book, "RICHER, WISER, HAPPIER: HOW THE WORLD'S GREATEST INVESTORS WIN IN MARKETS AND LIFE," was published by Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, on April 20, 2021. The international rights have been sold in dozens of countries, including the UK and Commonwealth, France, Spain, Germany and Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, Estonia, China, India, South Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong and Taiwan, Brazil, and Israel. The book is currently being translated into 13 languages. I've also collaborated on several books as a ghostwriter/coauthor, including a financial book that became a No. 1 New York Times Best Seller and No. 1 Wall Street Journal Best Seller in 2017. I previously wrote and edited "The Great Minds of Investing," a 2015 book featuring many legendary investors. Before that, I worked closely with the renowned hedge fund manager Guy Spier to help him write his 2014 memoir, "The Education of a Value Investor," which Forbes called "the most interesting investment book this year." I'm represented by James Levine of the Levine, Greenberg, Rostan Literary Agency The Great Minds of Investing," a 2015 book featuring many legendary investors. Before that, I worked closely with the renowned hedge fund manager Guy Spier to help him write his 2014 memoir, "The Education of a Value Investor," which Forbes called "the most interesting investment book this year." I'm represented by James Levine of the Levine, Greenberg, Rostan Literary Agency.
Public Speaker & Moderator
I've spoken extensively about the lessons we can learn from the greatest investors, including a TEDx Talk and a Google Talk in Mountain View, California, that has so far been viewed by about 120,000 people. I've appeared as a speaker or moderator in many countries, including the U.S., China, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea (moderating a panel of three Prime Ministers), the U.K. (at the CFA Institute and the Skoll World Forum in Oxford), Kazakhstan, Abu Dhabi (at the World Future Energy Summit), Serbia, and Egypt (as a moderator for the World Economic Forum). I've appeared as a guest on TV (including CNN and CNBC), radio, and dozens of podcasts. As a public speaker, I'm represented by the Stern Speakers agency.
Google Talk by William Green: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQadYnrJeh0
Your professional motivation, your main project at work, why is it important:
As a writer and speaker, I try to share ideas, insights, and stories that can help people to think better, invest better and live better.
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To be a successful investor, you must be devoid of empathy or, conversely, you must be certain of the morality of your actions at all times.
Which of the following statements do you agree with, and why?
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