They seem to be having a get-together of the world's richest people somewhere in America, and Bloomberg's Stephanie Ruhle was doing interviews with some of them.
I saw the one with Eike Batista, the 10th richest man in the world. His ambition is to be the richest by 2015, though by 2016 will be okay. Why, asked Stephanie Ruhle, does he wish to be the richest man, when with his immense wealth he could do most things he wishes to do even being 10th or 11th?
A remarkable answer from the Billionaire : between 1984 and 1997, Brazil lost a generation of wealth creation through the trading policies and growth prospects, and Eike Batista will win that ground over in a few years, and become No. 1.
At the moment, he had a meeting with Warren Buffet, and between them they drank a litre and half of Coke, not diet, just straight, with all the sugar, and discussed future projects for co-operation.
Senhor Batista has the drive and energy to stay focused on his goal. The secret of his disciplene? He had asthma between the age of 12 and 18; his mother found him a natural cure, in which he had to exercise disciplene. This he did, and cured himself of ashtma. That same disciplene he applies to wealth creation.
In addition to ideas, the most impressive character trait of all these mega-wealthy people is their determination and implentation of their ideas. Concentrated effort.
(Anyone wishing to use a natural healing method for ashtma, I would recommend a small booklet, Scientific Healing Affirmations, by Parmahansa Yogananda, published by SRF).