Steve Sarner

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There's nothing that beats reading

"There's nothing that beats reading. You want to have an inquisitive mind. People sometimes say to me, 'If you could only have lunch with one person living or dead, who would you pick?' Well the truth is, by reading you can have lunch with Ben Franklin or every great personality in the history of the world." ~Warren Buffett
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