Warren Buffett grew up in humble beginnings that helped lay the foundation of how his life. Defying any expectation that had happened in his early years.
Warren Buffett was born in 1930 to a father that lost his job and would become an investment broker by starting his own business. His mother was a stay-at-home wife that helped support her husband in business and when he ran for Congress. In a household of siblings that didn’t quite know the genius of the young youth.
Even though they saw the young Warren being interested in some of the characteristics that were in both of his parents. Like the love of calculating math numbers like his mother and the many philosophies that he learned from his father. He has had a natural innate ability to gravitate to compounding numbers and understanding how you can consistently make money grow.
Warren Buffet he was a wizard at knowing how to grow money and numbers but he found himself awkward around women. Until he met his wife to be at Northwestern University. They would later marry and have three children. The children’s names were: Susie the first-born daughter, Howie the energetic second born son, and Peter the easy-going third-born son.
With their father being the breadwinner the children were mostly around their mother who instilled in them equal rights for everyone. Their mother Susie had a great peacefulness and loving nature then helped cultivate their children into later charity foundation owners. That look to help those that are less fortunate in the world.
Warren Buffett’s family grew up knowing the power of hard work. Also understanding that giving back to society is the best thing you can do to help others around you.