What Does Money REALLY Mean To You? [Chills 104 with NMP Kuik Shiao-Yin]
Look at the number reflected on your bank account right now. How do you feel about it and more importantly, do you know why you’re feeling this way?
In this episode of Chills with TFC, we are sitting down with former Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) Kuik Shiao-Yin to talk about what money means to her, how you can identify what matters to you and the secret to a better life.
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