Some bite-sized life lessons from Warren Buffett's right-hand man.
Rishi Bagaria started working at Thessalus Capital when he was just 15.
"I often feel like I have this creative current running through me, almost like a fire running through me, and I have to get things out."
In 8th grade, Rishi Bagaria began investing in the stock market. Now, in between high school classes, he's serving as junior partner at life sciences investment fund Thessalus Capital.
"Budgets are the worst," says self-made millionaire Grant Sabatier.
Making one change saved him almost $10,000 a year.
It's easier to change careers than to change partners, Melinda says.
The composer behind "Mary Poppins Returns" just needs an Oscar.
It's not Warren Buffett or Bill Gates.
And no, it's not Warren Buffett or Jeff Bezos.
Pick up one of the books business leaders swear by.
Younger workers know they have options.
You can brighten someone's day simply by taking a walk in their shoes.