This could be a Life Changing Book
The book will be relished by any reader in his/her mid-life but can best be reaped for its benefits by 20-30-year age group provided they take the time to read and interpret the simple and valuable content treasured in it.
If you are at your 20s, 30s or 40s, looking for Financial independence or thinking of retiring early, then this book is a good read to provoke your thoughts. The examples illustrated in this book are very practical and easy to understand.
Easy to understand. Thanks to the author who has given thought to write such a book for all the people like me who survived without knowing much about the financial terms and how to set the financial goals and achieve those.
"Life is a display of unlimited opportunities. Choose your own happiness"
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"Our thoughts are untamable. The child within us keeps them exciting, natural and harmless"
A thread of thoughts
"Human I am, as I dare to dream."
"On a mission to help 1,00,000 families live a financially secure and stress-free life"
Kaushik Paul is an engineer turned entrepreneur. In his journey to becoming financially secure, he is on a mission to help 1,00,000 families live a financially secure and stress-free life.
Kaushik’s over 10 years of field experience with financial products and his entrepreneurial endeavours shine through the pages of his debut book, The Money Secrets of a Happy Family, which will help you learn the simple steps to manage, protect, and grow your money.
He presently works out of his home in the wine capital of India, Nashik, and reminisces about his childhood days in Assam. He devotes his leisure hours to birding, travelling, and cooking with his daughter and wife.
Kaushik is a lifelong optimist, a believer, and has a keen interest in learning new things. He is a huge fan of Bengali literature and dreams of directing a film someday.
"Time is invaluable, do not waste it in depreciating things"
The Growth Circle
number of days
you probably live
on this earth
"… and if you are forty, you might have already used up half of it. We forget that actually we have limited time to make a difference for us and for this world we live in. Let's not waste it spreading and absorbing negativities"
Let’s grow together!
The Growth Circle
This podcast talks about the concepts of managing and protecting your money, enterprise, and managing life situations.
"For the one who does his happiness, everyday is a welcome work day."
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