Unlock the Secret to Financial Success: My Summer Ritual
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Every summer, I enjoy reading about the principles of finance. I like to read a book that is neither too complicated nor thought-provoking, but quite the opposite. I usually opt for readings as light as:
"Rich Dad, Poor Dad"
"The Intelligent Investor"
I think you get the idea. This year, I've chosen one that I highly recommend, and it's the book "Unshakeable" by Tony Robbins. This is a completely recommended book for anyone who is starting in the world of finance. Even if you're an expert or belong to some of the most recognized firms in the world, as is our case, you won't waste your time, as there are many insights that aren't learned in any job position.
I've condensed the best ideas into just 700 words, and I'm going to share them with all of you. Not only that, but I'll also try to counter or confirm our understanding, as this often helps us grow. The lessons:
Diversifying in assets: Interestingly, Tony Robbins and we share the same view on asset di…