By the end of 2017, I understood that learning new skills can become an asset. That’s why in 2018, I started reading books as many as possible.
I just made few changes in my writing method that saves the time of readers.
I deeply understood Robert Kiyosaki’s book Rich Dad, Poor Dad and Cashflow Quadrant. That helped me to understand more about business and investment.
If we want to do business, we require business skills. Following this thing, I read ‘સંપત્તિ નું સર્જન’ (Sampatti nu Sarjan) a Gujarati book based on the story of TATA Group. It is a book that helped me to understand the importance of business ethics. After reading this book, I got to know how TATA group had helped our country to grow.
A very good personal development book ‘YOU CAN WIN’ by Shiv Khera is also very good. This book also contains so much learning that can help to grow ourselves.
Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish and Connects the dots written by Rashi Bansal that includes the short success stories of Indian entrepreneurs are amazing books.
On 25th October, 2018, I donated 5000 Rs. to Bhavnagar blood bank on behalf of Saral Investment.
Also read: About my 2017 | Anuj Vohra
The growth of Saral Investment remained smooth. Not as expected. I invested all the amount of Saral Investment in the capital market. Because I wanted to gain the experience not only of purchasing mutual funds but also by purchasing stocks.
I just loved to know the business model of a company and then if it fits in my mind I invest in that company.
2018 was just a beginning of productive years for me.
Besides, I also learned a lot about business management on Youtube.