This is the last part of this book, but why am I writing elaborately form this book, I’m categorically writing, this book speaks more sound with regards to thinking.
1. An author speaks about money rules:
1. Don’t buy shit you don’t need.
2. Save at least 10% of your income every month.
3. Stay out of debt.
4. Invest in your money in things that you have return.
5. Don’t be stingy (It’s just money)
2. REMEMBER: Money is the replaceable source. When you are out of it, you can earn it back. You can’t say the same for the time. Don’t spend too much time thinking about money.
3. What are the Pros and cons of:
1. Quitting my job?
2. Breaking up with my boyfriend?
3. Taking this job offer?
4. Buying a new car?
5. Starting a business?
4. When you stop doing things the way they’re done, you’ll start doing things how you get it done.
5. I learned three things:
1. Always double check.
2. Small things can become big things.
3. And don’t play favors.
6. This book took me 15 months to write. I spent countless hours researching the topic. I also spent hours on writing, editing, cutting, writing, more and editing it again. And then again. I also changed the title three times, and the subtitle even more than that.
7. You are not here to write one book and call it’s quits. Or to design one product and retire. If you want to grow-financially, spiritually, mentally- you must revisit the details all the time.
8. Action > Thinking.
9. But the most important lesson I’ve learned was that you don’t regret what you did in life, you regret what you didn’t do.
10. Effective thoughts? Effective actions.
1. Making your life better.
2. Growing your career and business.
3. Visualizing your future.
4. Thinking new ideas.
5. Solving problems.
6. Coming up with fun things to do with partner, family or friends.
11. Just sit down, be one with your thoughts, observe them, and then, ignore them. That’s all there is meditation.