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Manoj Arora

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in New Delhi, India
July 30, 1973

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It is my life's mission to elevate my society, in whatever ways i can.
Each of my books should help you elevate your own life.
I am more than ready to mentor you in your journey. No charges, no constraints..
Connect with me and we would walk this journey together.
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From the Rat Race to Financ...

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The Autobiography Of A Stock

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Dream On

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Smallcase : Is it big enough?

Smallcase is not a theme, innovation, strategy, process, or idea. It's a private limited financial services company. Let us understand in-depth about smallcase before we start investing.Before we understand Smallcase, we need to be clear on the concept of Stock Basket, since this is the core of the services that this company offers.What is a Stock Basket?Stock Basket is a collection of stocks. Read more of this blog post »
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After having read the book page by page, I, hereby, list down 35 momentous lessons from this awesome book.

1/ We have a notion that if some people will get a lot of money, we will be devoid of opportunities to earn money. We think that the money is l
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Good Vibes, Good Life by Vex King
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This is what I learnt from the book:

(1) The good, the bad and the ugly events are all a part of who I have become.

(2) We cannot define where greatness begins or ends. We can only strive to become better.

(3) Stop trying to impress people. Impress your
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I, hereby, list down 43 fabulous financial lessons from this awesome book.

1/ Ordinary folks with no financial education can be wealthy if they have a handful of behavioral skills that have nothing to do with formal measures of intelligence.

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1/ TV weathercaster announced that there was a 50 percent chance of rain for Saturday and a 50 percent chance for Sunday, and concluded that there was therefore a 100 percent chance of rain that weekend.

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“Be like a duck, paddling and working very hard inside the water, but what everyone sees is a smiling and calm face.”
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“Coming out of your comfort zone is tough in the beginning, chaotic in the middle, and awesome in the end...because in the end, it shows you a whole new world !!
Make an attempt..”
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“Comfort is your biggest trap and coming out of comfort zone your biggest challenge.”
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“You can make EXCUSES and earn SYMPATHY,
OR
You can make MONEY and earn ADMIRATION.
The choice is always yours...”
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“You don't have to be like most people around you, because most people never become truly rich and wealthy.”
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“Money should not dictate how I live my life..
I must take charge and become the master of money, so that I decide what I want to do with my time.”
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“To achieve what 1% of the worlds population has (Financial Freedom), you must be willing to do what only 1% dare to do..hard work and perseverance of highest order.”
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“I have employed someone who earns money for me and does not charge anything .. i call it my corpus or nest egg.
It is a beautiful feeling when your corpus earns money and beats your salary”
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