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Ray Dalio: More than anything else, I attribute my success to one thing
by Julia La Roche
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20 May 2016
On 20 May 2016 Yahoo.com reported: Ray Dalio is featured in Dr. Norman Rosenthal's new book 'Super Mind'. Dalio, 66, is considered the most successful hedge fund manager of all time. He's been practicing Transcendental Meditation for more than 40 years. Mr. Dalio tells Dr Rosenthal that meditating helps him remain 'centered.' It's a calmness that he describes as being ''like a Ninja.''
''It means when things come at you—challenges, stresses, disruptive events—you can be calm and analytical and approach them almost, I imagine, like a Ninja sees things coming at him in slow motion so that he's obviously in control.
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Dr Rosenthal says, ''I now think that all high performers have in common, knowingly or unknowingly, qualities and characteristics of the Super Mind. That is, they are calm under pressure and uncannily resilient to stress. They take care of their health, set high standards of innovation and creativity, and are not only intensely engaged in their actions, but also capable of detaching when need be. They choose their projects carefully, keep the big picture in mind and ignore trifling details.''
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