Legendary investor Warren Buffett, who's worth more than $77 billion according to Forbes, celebrates his 87th birthday today.
The Berkshire Hathaway CEO, famous for his long-term investing strategy and assessments on market risk, has a lot to teach about money — after all, he began investing at the age of 11, when he used money he had saved to buy farmland.
But he also has a lot to teach about building a successful career. He held a number of gigs in his early years, including being a newspaper delivery boy. He was rejected by Harvard Business School and eventually started his own company.
Here are three habits Buffett has said helped him become successful: