If you can understand it, it is probably not true, or it is not the whole truth

This is part 2 of the article “The crucial difference between people who are on the top and you”

I will start with a confession: this is new knowledge. I myself have been part of the “not on the top” people…

Let me explain what happened.

About a month ago I read an article that had a list of 20 books that Charlie Munger recommends.

I measured Charlie Munger’s overall intelligence at 150. And decided that he probably knows something that I don’t. Both Warren Buffet and Bill Gates say that he is the smartest person they know… so who am I to not want to learn from him.

But instead of learning from what he says (you’ll see why later in this article), I decided to learn from where he learns from.

We have been doing the same in the 67 steps coaching…

So I promptly ordered four of the books on his book list, and started to read.

SOURCE: click to continue reading If you can understand it, it is probably not true, or it is not the whole truth

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