Telling the Warren Buffett Story
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Enjoy the wit and humor of a popular international keynote speaker.
Hear what Warren Buffett can't say.
Benefit from decade long research and behind-the-scenes access to Berkshire Hathaway's CEO and managers.
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Your best alternative to Warren Buffett himself
5 Great Reasons
to Hire Robert Miles as Your Keynote Speaker
Invited by Warren Buffett
He’s one of the few who've been given access to Warren’s office and to private lunches with Berkshire Hathaway’s Chairman.
The Warren Buffett CEO by Robert Miles is the only Buffett-related book noted in the famous annual letters to shareholders (2001)
Independence and objectivity from Berkshire Hathaway. A long-term shareholder, but not compensated by the company, Robert highlights strengths and challenges of Buffett’s management and investment style.
Extensive, decade-long research and expert observations. He’s researched, lectured, and provided expert commentary on national and international television about Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway in the news.
Experienced and popular
Experienced and popular multi-media international presenter. Using slides, stories and audience interaction along with a great sense of humor that translates well into any culture, Robert Miles engages, informs, and entertains.
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"Your presentation was incredible—a great combination of information and humor—and I truly feel as if I have a better understanding of who Warren Buffett is as a person, a businessman, a scientist, a genius, and a humanitarian. After hearing how all those personality traits encouraged the growth of such a successful person, I’ve begun reevaluating everything I’m doing to promote my own success."
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Warren Buffett’s Book Recommendations:
In 2001 Letter to Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders, Warren Buffett suggested reading “The Warren Buffett CEO” by Robert P. Miles to learn about many Berkshire operating managers.*
*Buffett’s 2001 letter excerpt (pg 4): "On the positive side, we have as fine an array of operating managers as exists at any company. (You can read about many of them in a new book by Robert P. Miles: The Warren Buffett CEO.) In large part, moreover, they are running businesses with economic characteristics ranging from good to superb. The ability, energy and loyalty of these managers is simply extraordinary. We now have completed 37 Berkshire years without having a CEO of an operating business elect to leave us to work elsewhere."
"Everyone knows Warren is the greatest investor of our time...[Robert Miles] for the first time captures his genius as a manager"
— Jack Welch, former CEO, GE