Warren Buffett, also known as the Oracle of Omaha, is the third richest man in the world worth close to $60 billion, according to Forbes’ “2015 World’s Billionaire list.” And at 85 years old, the Berkshire Hathaway CEO shows no signs of slowing down.
If you want to become the next Buffett — that is, an extremely successful investor, businessman and philanthropist — click through to find out which steps you need to take and which Buffett-like traits you need to adopt.
1. Decide That You’re Going to Be Rich
In order to be rich, you have to believe that one day you will be rich. Buffett once reportedly said, “I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute.”
Set high expectations for yourself, and work toward your goals and aspirations. “Then, make it clear to yourself, your family and friends that you have a commitment to become financially independent,” said Randall “Dolph” Janis, an insurance agent at Clear Income Strategies Group. “Create your future with a plan, knowing when to get aggressive against knowing when to be conservative — and that can produce the results of your goal to become the next Warren Buffett. “