Poor Charlie’s Almanack: My Favorite Book About Charlie Munger
Learn how you can win a free copy of this classic book.
Poor Charlie’s Almanack is one of my favorite books of all time. Would you like me to send you a copy?
Enter to win your copy of Poor Charlie’s Almanack:
I will select the winner during an IG Live at the start of September and then notify the winner via email.
Why am I doing this?
Poor Charlie’s Almanack is expensive ($60+), but let’s face it:
Incentives are superpowers. —Charlie Munger
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Why is the book called Poor Charlie’s Almanack?
See below. 👇
Janet Lowe provides more details in her biography about Charlie Munger:
Franklin was the son of a candle maker who had too many children, and at an early age Ben made his way from Boston to Philadelphia to escape an apprenticeship with a cruel brother. From an early age Franklin strove to be it better person and build a better life. After the phenomenally successful Poor Richard's Almanack made Franklin both famous and rich, he devoted his life mostly to public service.