Quote-unquote #41

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Hello! Here are some quotes I liked this week.

"So people’s ability to save is more in their control than they might think. Savings can be created by spending less. You can spend less if you desire less. And you will desire less if you care less about what others think of you. As I argue often in this book, money relies more on psychology than finance."
Morgan Housel, in Psychology of Money.

Pick one thing. Cultivate a desire. Visualize it.
Plan a sustainable path.
Identify needs, triggers, and substitutes.
Tell your friends.
Track meticulously.
Self-discipline is a bridge to a new self-image.
Bake in the new self-image. It’s who you are—now. [11]
First, you know it. Then, you understand it. Then, you can explain it. Then, you can feel it. Finally, you are it." Naval Ravikant.

"Welcome the disagreement. Remember the slogan, “When two partners always agree, one of them is not necessary.” If there is some point you haven’t thought about, be thankful if it is brought to your attention. Perhaps this disagreement is your opportunity to be corrected before you make a serious mistake."
Dale Carnegie.

Thanks for reading. Cheers!

Vivek Arvind

Vivek Arvind

Santa Clara, CA