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Nov 5, 2019

Tanushree Banerjee, Editor, The 5 Minute Wrapup

Simon Sinek is incredibly popular for his Ted Talks.

Sinek claims to have discovered some remarkable patterns in how the world's most successful businessmen, leaders and politicians think, act and communicate.

His bestselling books Start with Why and Leaders Eat Last have been on my bookshelf for a while.

But the story in his latest book, The Infinite Game, literally put a finger on the trait I have been looking for long in companies I adore.

In the book, Sinek cites the example of the Vietnam War, which the Americans lost despite being a much stronger side.

Sinek writes...

  • It's not so much that America lost the war. It's that America was fighting to win and the North Vietnamese were fighting for their lives. America didn't lose. They ran out of the will or the resources to stay in the game and dropped out of it.

In other words, it was nothing but their indomitable spirit that allowed the Vietnamese to claim victory.

This indomitable spirit is a necessity and not a luxury for companies that wish to survive and thrive for long.

And I find none other behavioral economics legend Charlie Munger having supported this view decades back.

In fact, he created a fictional character (just like Ben Graham's Mr Market), named Mr Glotz, who is looking for opportunities to turn US$ 2 million into US$ 2 trillion over the next 150 years.

In his 1996 speech, Munger revealed that Mr Glotz, a hypothetical investor, would be looking at compounding his wealth at a growth rate of 10% per annum.

Munger suggested that Mr. Glotz would pick such companies by listening for 15 minutes to the CEO's pitch. And he'd decide based on how well he thought it had an indomitable spirit to compel consumers to buy almost addictively.

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And guess what? The company that Munger thought would appeal to Mr Glotz instinctively would be Coca Cola.

Coca Cola has been around for 127 years. And all this while it has been a wealth compounding machine.

Going Strong Even After Centuries

It's not the only company to have this indomitable spirit to create value over decades.

Nor will it be the last.

In fact, I have identified the top Indian companies with such indomitable spirit that can be the biggest wealth creators in 2020 and way beyond it.

Warm regards,

Tanushree Banerjee
Tanushree Banerjee
Editor and Research Analyst, The 5 Minute WrapUp

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