Buffett's Equation

A writer was commenting on how Warren Buffett was a principled man, and that his values translated in business success. What struck me was Buffett’s adaptation of Einstein’s equation for the theory of relativity.

e = mc² (squared).


For Buffett, the success of a business can be predicted from this equation, with changes to what the variables stand for:
E = earnings, the lifeblood of a business.
M = management capability.
C = character of the management. Squared.

The emphasis was on “C squared”.

No matter how skilled the management of a company is, the character of the business leaders is even more important for long-term success.

Source: Internet

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