The other day I watched the new HBO documentary Becoming Warren Buffett.
In the documentary he posed a hypothetical scenario to a group of young students:
Imagine I'm going to buy each of you a car. Any car you want. But there's a catch: it's the only car you will ever own.
You'd make the decision carefully, right? And then you'd take impeccable care of that car.
He didn't buy the students cars but he did remind them that the scenario is true of their bodies and their minds.
It's the only one you'll ever have.
Do your choices reflect impeccable care?