When the Oracle of Omaha talks, people make pilgrimages. In fact, thousands of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders flock to the tiny town of Omaha, Nebraska each year to hear him talk about investing.
Of course, if any business leader can command that level of devotion, it's Mr. Buffett. He has practically doubled or tripled his net worth in every decade of his life, and is now worth $67 billion. A single share of his company's stock? Try $191,396. That's enough to buy a house in any one of the 50 states.
Teach us your ways, Warren!
There are countless books on how Buffett accumulated his wealth (Amazon has almost 20 pages of results under his name). The number of articles about him on sites like The Motley Fool, The Wall Street Journal, and Business Insider is probably somewhere in the thousands.
But there aren't that many articles on what he does in his spare time after work.
This isn't surprising. In our current culture of competitive workaholics who regularly work late hours, Buffett's office schedule is more valuable to readers than his home hobbies. But his famous Zen attitude towards managing, investing and making billions can be largely attributed to his enviable work-life balance.
Here are 5 things Warren Buffett does each day that we could all learn from: