Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio

@RayDalio

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Official account of Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, author of #1 New York Times bestseller 'Principles,' professional mistake maker

Joined on August 03, 2009
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The second purpose is more important than the first because it is how you build a solid organization that works well in all cases. Most people focus more on the first purpose, which is a big mistake. #principleoftheday https://t.co/NNsYqtgmtU

The second purpose is more important than the first because it is how you build a solid organization that works well in all cases. Most people focus more on the first purpose, which is a big mistake. #principleoftheday https://t.co/NNsYqtgmtU

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This allows people to buy into the plan or express their lack of confidence and suggest changes. It also makes clear what the goals are and who is keeping up his or her end of the bargain and who is falling short. (2/2)

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People should know the plans and designs within their departments. If you decide to diverge from an agreed-upon path, be sure to communicate your thoughts to the relevant parties and get their views so that you are all clear about the new direction. (1/2) https://t.co/xZrB2s0I5q

People should know the plans and designs within their departments. If you decide to diverge from an agreed-upon path, be sure to communicate your thoughts to the relevant parties and get their views so that you are all clear about the new direction. (1/2) https://t.co/xZrB2s0I5q

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The excitement of visualizing these ideas and my desire to build them out is what pulls me through the thorny realities of life to make my dreams happen. (3/3)

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If you're not excited about the goal that you're working for, stop working for it. Personally, I like visualizing exciting new and beautiful things that I want to make into realities. (2/3)

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If you're focused on the goal, excited about achieving it, and recognize that doing some undesirable tasks to achieve the goal is required, you will have the right perspective and will be appropriately motivated. (1/3) https://t.co/dw4yFegeZq

If you're focused on the goal, excited about achieving it, and recognize that doing some undesirable tasks to achieve the goal is required, you will have the right perspective and will be appropriately motivated. (1/3) https://t.co/dw4yFegeZq

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I am most thankful for my meaningful work and my meaningful relationships, most importantly with my family, my good friends, and my extended family of coworkers, but also with all of you, with whom I have great exchanges. (2/2)

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I wish you a Thanksgiving that is filled with reflections on the most important things that you are thankful for and the giving of thanks to others who have given you what is most valuable. (1/2)

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If you just keep doing, you will burn out and grind to a halt. Build downtime into your schedule just as you would make time for all the other stuff that needs to get done. #principleoftheday https://t.co/gDUAM8kwRZ

If you just keep doing, you will burn out and grind to a halt. Build downtime into your schedule just as you would make time for all the other stuff that needs to get done. #principleoftheday https://t.co/gDUAM8kwRZ

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Once you start your pursuit you will learn a lot, especially if you triangulate with others; paths you never saw before will emerge. (2/2)

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Be audacious. There is always a best possible path. Your job is to find it and have the courage to follow it. What you think is attainable is just a function of what you know at the moment. (1/2) https://t.co/gEy25hHS48

Be audacious. There is always a best possible path. Your job is to find it and have the courage to follow it. What you think is attainable is just a function of what you know at the moment. (1/2) https://t.co/gEy25hHS48

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It’s a family with a lot of tough love. If you want to get a flavor of what it’s like you can watch the video of our recent celebration of people who have been at Bridgewater for 10 years in the Principles In Action app. (2/2)

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Many of you know that I consider the people I work with at Bridgewater to be like an extended family built on the foundations of meaningful work and meaningful relationships. If you want some of the principles that I’ve found helpful for motivating my team, they follow. (1/2) https://t.co/AlCmphCC1R

Many of you know that I consider the people I work with at Bridgewater to be like an extended family built on the foundations of meaningful work and meaningful relationships. If you want some of the principles that I’ve found helpful for motivating my team, they follow. (1/2) https://t.co/AlCmphCC1R

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... and you can’t be sure that you’re right so you need to stress test your view. Doing that will help you and them. Explore them openly with the goal of figuring out how you and your people are built so that the right people can be put in the right jobs. (2/2)

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If you hold opinions about people that are relevant to how they are measured and you don’t openly explore them it is both unethical and ineffective because everyone should have the right to confront their accuser... (1/2) https://t.co/GglXXCCrZn

If you hold opinions about people that are relevant to how they are measured and you don’t openly explore them it is both unethical and ineffective because everyone should have the right to confront their accuser... (1/2) https://t.co/GglXXCCrZn

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Everyone makes mistakes. The main difference is that successful people learn from them and unsuccessful people don’t. By creating an environment in which it's okay to safely make mistakes so that people can learn from them, you’ll see rapid progress and fewer significant mistakes https://t.co/xTYDWfIbGR

Everyone makes mistakes. The main difference is that successful people learn from them and unsuccessful people don’t. By creating an environment in which it's okay to safely make mistakes so that people can learn from them, you’ll see rapid progress and fewer significant mistakes https://t.co/xTYDWfIbGR

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If you search for the type of situation you are facing in the tool, it will pull up the appropriate principles: https://t.co/RlHYq6ON3R (2/2)

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Many of you have told me you’re interested in using your mistakes to help you evolve, so I’m sharing my principles for learning from mistakes here.

I also recommend that you check out the Coach tool in my free app, Principles In Action. (1/2) https://t.co/PNltEkqSEx

Many of you have told me you’re interested in using your mistakes to help you evolve, so I’m sharing my principles for learning from mistakes here. I also recommend that you check out the Coach tool in my free app, Principles In Action. (1/2) https://t.co/PNltEkqSEx

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