My notes from reading The Millionaire Next Door

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  1. Save half of the income I earn responsibly and learn about investment opportunities
  2. Cultivate good spending habits and avoid spending cash on things that I don’t need.
  3. Budget consciously, setting up long-term financial goals, and living a frugal life is really what I need to build wealth.
  4. Spend the money for the quality of the product and not the brand image of the Product
  5. Try to get closer to your expected wealth over time by not saving excessively, but by avoiding spending too much.
  6. Spend my time, energy, and money efficiently and budget them

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I’m Amarnath Nagula, I’m a product designer passionate about technology, crypto, blockchain, and social impact. Formula 1 and Cricket fanatic

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Amarnath Nagula

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I’m Amarnath Nagula, I’m a product designer passionate about technology, crypto, blockchain, and social impact. Formula 1 and Cricket fanatic

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