- To IMPROVE Your Financial status ( think and grow rich by Napolean Hill)
We all wish we could be wealthy. For most of us, it’s a far-off dream that someday, eventually, we might be able to turn ourselves into self-made millionaires. But the truth is, building wealth isn’t about putting all your hopes into “someday.” You’re never too old to start building wealth, but if you start when you’re young, you have far greater potential to amass a fortune–and more time to let that fortune compound itself as you grow older.
2. Improves your decision making skills (How to take decisions-A Book by Devdutt Pattanaik)
“Decision-making involves the selection of a course of action from among two or more possible alternatives in order to arrive at a solution for a given problem”.
As evidenced by the foregone definitions, decision making process is a consultative affair done by a comity of professionals to drive better functioning of any organization. Thereby, it is a continuous and dynamic activity that pervades all other activities pertaining to the organization. Since it is an ongoing activity, decision making process plays vital importance in the functioning of an organization. Since intellectual minds are involved in the process of decision making, it requires solid scientific knowledge coupled with skills and experience in addition to mental maturity.
3. Develop your Morning routine (5-AM CLUB– Robin Sharma)
We are taught to be kind to others. Yet, many of us fail to be kind to ourselves. Studies show that self-compassion brings positive traits like optimism, extroversion, wisdom, happiness, positivity and resilience. According to Emma Seppala, research psychologist at Stanford University, self-compassion involves three steps:
- Recognize that you deserve care and concern like anyone else and that is why you must be kind and understanding with oneself.
- Recognize that making mistakes and failing is part of life. So, do not be hard on yourself when you commit a mistake or fail and indulge in self-critical thoughts.
- Be aware of one’s emotions and feelings.
Contrary to popular belief, self-compassion does not mean letting yourself off the hook. Rather, it means taking corrective action, albeit without being too self-critical.
4. Teaches about the money importance (Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert. T. Kiyosaki
In a time of credit cards, internet banking and online shopping, children don’t often see people buying products with physical money like notes and coins.
Not seeing notes and coins exchanged for purchases makes it harder for kids to get their heads around what things cost. They might see this invisible money as an abstract and unlimited resource rather than real money coming in and out of their family’s bank accounts.
Talk to your kids about money often to help them make this invisible money real.