Ray Dalio, co-chief investment officer of Bridgewater Associates, talks about following your passion.
(gentle music)…- What kind of advice do you give to someone…who's 21, 22 and thinking about just starting their career?…- The main things that come to mind…would be always follow your passion.…Realize that what you know…is only an infinitesimally small fraction…of what is important to know…and realize that the path to your success…will come from knowing how to deal with not knowing…rather than based on what you know.…
So getting that humility.…Enjoy the mistakes.…I have a saying that pain plus reflection equals progress.…If you start to view pain as a cue…that something went wrong and that's a puzzle,…once you calm yourself down,…not when you're in the moment of pain,…if you could as a discipline reflect on that pain,…what caused that pain,…what could I do differently,…how would I handle it the next time…so that you can kind of write that down and save that,…that would be good.…
I would also say that everything happens…over and over again.…So if you start to look at everything as…everything's another one of those,…
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