"Never fall in love too much with a hot dog." - Ray Dalio
Ray Dalio's limo.
Ray Dalio's bathtub.
Ray Dalio's wind-chimes.
Ray Dalio's fridge.
Feels like a Wednesday.
Ray Dalio's dog.
Ray Dalio's favorite sushi.
Ray Dalio's limo driver's car
Ray Dalio's limo driver
Ray Dalio's bedroom.
Ray Dalio's landline phone.
Ray Dalio's pet snake, Roger.
Ray Dalio's patio furniture.
Ray Dalio's toothbrush.
Ray Dalio's sandwich.
50 Shades of Ray Dalio.
Ray Dalio's personal chef.
Ray Dalio's smokes.
Ray Dalio's private club.
What's in Ray Dalio's pocket?
Ray Dalio's favorite cocktail.
I always try to read anything Ray Dalio writes.
Ray Dalio's icemaker.
Ray Dalio's Personal Assistant
Ray Dalio's WaveRunner
Ray Dalio's now-closed restaurant.
Ray Dalio's horse.
Ray Dalio's banana
Ray Dalio's wine collection
Ray Dalio's portable, oil-filled, electric radiant heater.
Ray Dalio's 70th Birthday Cake
Ray Dalio's bike
Ray Dalio's Body Spray
Ray Dalio's mood lighting.

Make Your Hot Dog Longer.
Cooking with Ray Dalio
5-Minute Crafts, with Ray Dalio
“If you're not failing, you're not pushing your limits, and if you're not pushing your limits, you're not maximizing your potential.” - Ray Dalio
"Understand that the ability to deal with not knowing is far more powerful than knowing." - Ray Dalio
Young Ray Dalio, with and without glasses.
“Great is better than terrible, and terrible is better than mediocre, because terrible at least gives life flavor.” - Ray Dalio
Bridgewater Associates company picnic (2019).
Ray Dalio's cat, Basil
Ray Dalio's bedroom.
Ray Dalio's Tesla Coil
1. Is the outcome good or bad?

2. Who is responsible for the outcome?

3. If the outcome is bad, is the Responsible Party incapable and/or is the design bad?
Ray Dalio, gamer.

Ray Dalio's picnic basket.
Speaking of Dalio, this is from an internal Bridgewater training film:
Ray Dalio's private jet.
Bridgewater Office Party, Summer 2019
Bridgewater Pitch Deck
Ray Dalio's other dog, Tony.
One major effect of school closings has been a disastrous hit to hot dog sales.

Let's see what's going on today at the Bridgewater trading desk...
Bridgewater cafeteria sushi
Ray Dalio's other cat, Xi.
19% of Bridgewater employees still smoke.
Bridgewater's already getting ready for the holidays.
Bridgewater donut.
And now, a message from Bridgewater Associates.
Typical Bridgewater employee
50 Shades of Ray
This is your brain on Bridgewater.
Russian Bridgewater employee break room
It's Bring Your Child to Work Day at Bridgewater.
Not many people know that one of Bridgewater's top-performing investments ever was the Wobble Dog 9003i...

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I'd like to be the first to wish Ray happy birthday next August.
You have to admire this.
Bridgewater founder Werner von Müller, seen here in 1914.
I can't believe they're renaming Bixby Creek Bridge to Bridgewater Bridge.
"This year has been a rough one for Westport, Connecticut-based Bridgewater, whose flagship Pure Alpha II fund fell 18.6 per cent through November 5..." https://www.scmp.com/business/companies/article/3109199/worlds-largest-hedge-fund-doing-far-better-china-elsewhere
Many Bridgewater employees are into crafting.
Scene from the Bridgewater Christmas Production of "Hellraiser"
Not many people know that Ray Dalio invented the Sausage Hose.
Robert Frank's kitchen clock.
50 Shades of Bridgewater
Ray Dalio's private restroom.
Unchecked aggression in the Bridgewater cafeteria...
Bridgewater is rolling out a new product offering.
Bridgewater has invested in a startup that intends to compete with the Tesla Model X - CNBC
Ray Dalio's Hedge Fund Bridgewater has been investing billions in commodities like corndogs.
The "Bridgewater Dog"
Bridgewater Restroom
Special Eccles Building Toilet for Central Bankers Proud of their Accomplishments®
“Every time you confront something painful, you are at a potentially important juncture in your life—you have the opportunity to choose healthy and painful truth or unhealthy but comfortable delusion.”

― Ray Dalio, Principles: Life and Work
“The best advice I can give you is to ask yourself what do you want, then ask ‘what is true’ – and then ask yourself ‘what should be done about it.’ I believe that if you do this, you will move much faster towards what you want to get out of life than if you don’t!” – Ray Dalio
“Don’t worry about looking good – worry about achieving your goals.” - Ray Dalio
“What does a successful life look like? We all have our own deep-seated needs, so we each have to decide for ourselves what success is.” - Ray Dalio
"Mistakes are the path to progress." - Ray Dalio
“Time is like a river that carries us forward into encounters with reality that require us to make decisions. We can’t stop our movement down this river and we can’t avoid those encounters. We can only approach them in the best possible way.”

- Ray Dalio
Ray Dalio's Car
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