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Life Is What You Make It

by Peter Buffett

Hardcover, 257 pages, Random House Inc, List Price: $23.99 |

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The musician son of Warren Buffett shares an uplifting primer on how to achieve life satisfaction by maintaining strong values, describing how his father worked to separate Peter and his siblings from fame and wealth by encouraging them to define their own paths.

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Peter Buffett is a musician and philanthropist -- and son of investor Warren Buffett, one of the richest people in the world. Peter has gotten plenty of emotional support, but not much financial support from his parents over the years. "There are so many assumptions that come with who my father is," Buffett says. C. Taylor Crothers hide caption

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Buffett's Lasting Legacy: Immaterial Wealth

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