Ray Dalio – Sharing His Ultimate Boon

Ray Dalio is the founder, chairman and co-CIO of Bridgewater Associates LP, the world’s largest hedge fund and the fifth most important private company in America. His recently released new book, “Principles: Life and Work”, is already a New York Times best seller.

But for a man with so many successes in life, Dalio speaks a surprising amount about failure and how it has helped him in his professional and personal life. Amongst other things, he credits that mentality to Joseph Campbell’s The Hero With A Thousand Faces.

According to his interview to the Bloomberg Markets, Dalio is ready to give his boon to the world, by ensuring that the culture he’s built at Bridgewater lasts for the next 100 years, making it an “everlasting institution.”

Here is a list of articles and videos about Dalio, his relationship with Campbell’s book and his unusual way of running a company.

ARTICLES:

A Hedge Fund Giant Found Lots of Value in Failure

Ray Dalio thinks everyone should read these 3 books — and they have nothing to do with finance

Dalio’s Quest to Outlive Himself

Bridgewater’s Ray Dalio shares the piece of advice he wants to be his legacy

Employees at the world’s largest hedge fund use iPads to rate each other’s performance in real-time — see how it works

VIDEO:

Ray Dalio Says He’s Ready to Give Away Bridgewater’s Secrets

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From Bloomberg Markets and Others