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Warren Buffett wants young people to know: Ignoring this is like 'leaving a car out in hailstorms'

Gillian Zoe Segal, Contributor

It's no surprise that Warren Buffett , the most successful investor in history, came to be known as "The Oracle of Omaha." But the Berkshire Hathaway CEO isn't just a whiz at analyzing businesses , he also has a knack for imparting the most essential wisdom in a manner so simple that even a child can understand. In my new book, "Getting There: A Book of Mentors," 30 leaders — including Buffett himself — share their unguarded stories and secrets to navigating the rocky road to the top. In his essay for "Getting There," Buffett elaborates on a message that he thinks "is very important to get across to younger people": Take care of your mind and body.