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Curious Friday: 39 books, concept of wea ...

Curious Friday: 39 books, concept of wealth, and relationship with your younger self

Feb 06, 2023

Happy Curious Friday! Our first issue last week had one of the highest open rates, I hope you enjoyed it. If you know someone who'd like to receive this newsletter, please forward this email and ask them to sign up here.

Special announcement:
I launched #MyInnerChild challenge yesterday to help end stigma and taboo around mental health and suicide. Every year 703,000 people take their own life and millions attempt suicide. I hope you'll join us, share it with your network, and help change the narrative around suicide together. Every act of kindness helps. Don't underestimate the power of your positive voice. Your story can save lives.

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Here are 1 idea from me, 1 learning from others, and 1 question for you to ponder this week.

1 Idea from Me

What do you want for your birthday? I just turned 39 yesterday. A few weeks ago, I asked my wife to get me 39 books and make me a book corner at home. She went around and asked our friends and families for their favourite book. If you got a note from her, this explains it. I will share them with you once I have the titles. A few of you mentioned you are going to steal the idea and do the same with your spouse too. Just don't tell them the idea comes from me. :) 

1 Learning from Others


“Less ego, more wealth. Saving money is the gap between your ego and your income, and wealth is what you don’t see. So wealth is created by suppressing what you could buy today in order to have more stuff or more options in the future.”

"The Psychology of Money" by Morgan Housel

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1 question for you to ponder

What is your relationship with your younger self?

“Our biases affect the way we look at the world. To change your perspectives, you need to understand how they were formed and how they are serving you.”

See you next week.

Aaron Pang
Author of Unstuck and keynote speaker

Perspective matters.

Getting stuck in life is our invitation to grow.

A fresh approach to find meaning in times of uncertainty. Whether you are a student, graduate or grown-up, we all get stuck across different stages of our life. Unstuck will show you how your emotions can be a powerful cue to look inward, rediscover yourselves, and redefine your own success.

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