New York Times best-seller for good reason. For one, author Dalio has the background and reputation to make him worth listening to.
Founder of , he also serves as a key voice in philanthropic endeavors.But Principles is not a biography. Instead, Dalio draws upon his experience to provide practical .
A key component of Dalio’s advice lies in what he terms “believability-weighted decision making.” That is, weighing more heavily the opinions of colleagues based on past success and ability to explain their rationale.Read more on success.com