What We Learned from a Financial Services Titan – John Bogle

Photo taken by: Bill Cramer. The New York Times, 2019.

Last week John Bogle passed away at the age of 89 years old. You may have never heard of this man, but he shaped the mutual fund industry by his ethics and boldness. This article from the New York Times outlines what many have learned from this man on how to be a leader.

Forthright Humility

Customer Supremacy

Patient Realism

Low Fees so All can Invest

True Confidence

Moral Compass

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Boldness

Simplicity

Recognizing Enough is Enough

Read on by clicking on this NYT link

The Things John Bogle Taught Us: Humility, Ethics and Simplicity

Have a Great Week!

Michael J Griffin
ELAvate Founder
John Maxwell Team Founding Member

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