Letter # 78 | 8 March 2022 |
The idea that such small changes can lead to dramatically different outcomes does not come naturally to us. We often link success, in a highly competitive sport or industry, to making big-bang changes.
In my ET article today, I talk about a professional cycling team and a company that made seemingly small changes but generated outsized returns. Also, the lessons that we, as investors, can draw from their process. Here: Investment Strategy: How the 1% rule can help you become a better investor – The Economic Times (indiatimes.com)
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