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Kindle, Balti List and Genghis Khan - Issue #3

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Kindle, Balti List and Genghis Khan - Issue #3
By Satendra • Issue #3 • View online
pata nahi

What am I reading? 📚
I haven’t read any books about finance, investments, money, etc. but this is my first one. I’ve read two chapters and they’re quite good. I feel sad for Kent Evans.
If you’re interested in money, which you should be, then check out this book.
But, I think the best financial advice is “Make more money.”
I haven’t completed any of the books which I mentioned in the previous two newsletters, so it’s just one book this time. For me, this section is less about recommendations and more about documentation. Also, I think no one should ever be obsessed with recommendations.
Try this out 👨‍🔬
BALTI LIST 🪣
A lot of people make ‘bucket list’ but they fill it with things like : be happy for 3 consecutive days, visit the moon, feed a dinosaur, or hug your dad, etc. Far fetched dreams. You get my point, right?
So, here is a tip. Make a Balti List. Go Berserk. Open a page and just write a lot of things, small and big. They can be as simple as meditating for 5 minutes, gaining 1 kg weight, earning 1000 or as big as visiting 10 foreign countries, buying a Tesla, being happy for 3 consecutive days, etc.
Be chaotic. Write nothing and everything. And everything between the two. Write over 100 things and start working on them. Visit the list frequently, try achieving things you can and add more things. Track your progress, be happy, be grateful but never stop pushing yourself.
Favorites of the week 🖤
The west always dictates things, be it the definition of ‘barbarism’ or the rights of the criminals. You can deny this, but the truth won’t change. The same goes for the image of Genghis Khan. The book Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World by Prof. Jack Weatherford was on my tbr since long, but this blog piqued my curiosity, so I will read the book asap .
I discovered this blogger this week and I’ve read some of his blog. History and philosophy enthusiasts, check him out.
Quote -
“Our real discoveries come from chaos, from going to the place that looks wrong and stupid and foolish.”
― Chuck Palahniuk.
Tweet -
Paras Chopra
Mathematicians be like:

The average number of legs for humans is less than 2.
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