Robert Kiyosaki

Rich Dad Poor Dad

    gilang ridwanhar citeretsidste år
    “Most people have a price. And they have a price because of human emotions named fear and greed. First, the fear of being without money motivates us to work hard, and then once we get that paycheck, greed or desire starts us thinking about all the wonderful things money can buy. The pattern is then set.”
    “What pattern?” I asked.
    “The pattern of get up, go to work, pay bills; get up, go to work, pay bills. People’s lives are forever controlled by two emotions: fear and greed. Offer them more money and they continue the cycle by increasing their spending. This is what I call the Rat Race.”
    b3775427466har citeretfor 4 måneder siden
    #1: “The rich don’t work for money.”
    Алина Гунченкоhar citeretfor 6 måneder siden
    The lesson: The increases in income are going to entrepreneurs and investors, not to employees—not to the people who work for money.
    Masha Samartsavahar citeretfor 2 år siden
    As I said earlier, if a person cannot master the power of self-discipline, it is best not to try to get rich. I say this because, although the process of developing cash flow from an asset column is easy in theory, what’s hard is the mental fortitude to direct money to the correct use. Due to external temptations, it is much easier in today’s consumer world to simply blow money out the expense column. With weak mental fortitude, that money flows into the paths of least resistance. That is the cause of poverty and financial struggle.
    Masha Samartsavahar citeretfor 2 år siden
    The real skill is to manage and reward the people who are smarter than you in some technical area. That is why companies have a board of directors. You should have one too. That is financial intelligence.
    Masha Samartsavahar citeretfor 2 år siden
    We live in the Information Age. Information is priceless. A good broker should provide you with information, as well as take the time to educate you. I have several brokers who do that for me. Some taught me when I had little or no money, and I am still with them today.
    Yash Sumboohar citeretfor 13 timer siden
    The poor and the middle class work for money. The rich have money work for them.
    Yash Sumboohar citeretfor 13 timer siden
    “You’d best change your point of view. Stop blaming me and thinking I’m the problem. If you think I’m the problem, then you have to change me. If you realize that you’re the problem, then you can change yourself, learn something, and grow wiser. Most people want everyone else in the world to change but themselves. Let me tell you, it’s easier to change yourself than everyone else.”
    Yash Sumboohar citeretfor 13 timer siden
    CHANGE WHAT YOU CAN
    I’ve learned the truth and wisdom in rich dad’s words. So much of life is out of our control.
    I’ve learned to focus on what I do have control over: myself.
    And if things must change, first I must change.
    Yash Sumboohar citeretfor 13 timer siden
    CHANGE WHAT YOU CAN
    I’ve learned the truth and wisdom in rich dad’s words. So much of life is out of our control.
    I’ve learned to focus on what I do have control over: myself.
    Yash Sumboohar citeretfor 13 timer siden
    But the truth is that you let life push you into submission. Deep down you were terrified of taking risks. You really wanted to win, but the fear of losing was greater than the excitement of winning.
    Deep inside, you and only you will know you didn’t go for it. You chose to play it safe.”
    Yash Sumboohar citeretfor 13 timer siden
    20 YEARS AGO TODAY...
    LIFE AS A TEACHER
    Today’s millennials are learning the hard facts of life. Jobs are harder to find. Robots are replacing workers by the millions. Learning by making mistakes through trial and error is more and more important. Book learning is proving to be less valuable in the real world. No longer does a college education guarantee a job.
    Yash Sumboohar citeretfor 13 timer siden
    “Does teaching mean talking or a lecture?” rich dad asked.
    “Well, yes,” I replied.
    “That’s how they teach you in school,” he said, smiling. “But that is not how life teaches you, and I would say that life is the best teacher of all. Most of the time, life does not talk to you. It just sort of pushes you around. Each push is life saying, ‘Wake up. There’s something I want you to learn.’”
    Yash Sumboohar citeretfor 13 timer siden
    The world is moving faster and faster. Stock market trades are made in milliseconds. Deals come and go on the Internet in a matter of minutes. More and more people are competing for good deals. So the faster you can make a decision the more likely you’ll be able to seize opportunities—before someone else does.
    Gabija Staskeviciutehar citeretfor 18 timer siden
    The poor and the middle class work for money. The rich have money work for them.
    b8785490382har citeretfor 20 timer siden
    We all have tremendous potential, and we all are blessed with gifts. Yet the one thing that holds all of us back is some degree of self-doubt. It is not so much the lack of technical information that holds us back, but more the lack of self-confidence.
    b8785490382har citeretfor 20 timer siden
    . Raise money.
    The average person only goes to the bank. This second type of investor needs to know how to raise capital, and there are many ways that don’t require a bank.
    b8785490382har citeretfor 20 timer siden
    1. Find an opportunity that everyone else missed.
    You see with your mind what others miss with their eyes.
    b8785490382har citeretfor 20 timer siden
    It’s this second type of investor that my rich dad encouraged me to be. It is important to learn how to put the pieces together, because that is where the huge wins reside, and sometimes some huge losses if the tide goes against you.
    b8785490382har citeretfor 20 timer siden
    There are two kinds of investors:
    1. The first and most common type is a person who buys a packaged investment. They call a retail outlet, such as a real estate company, a stockbroker, or a financial planner, and they buy something. It could be a mutual fund, a REIT, a stock or a bond. It is a clean and simple way of investing. An analogy would be a shopper who goes to a computer store and buys a computer right off the shelf.
    2. The second type is an investor who creates investments. This investor usually assembles a deal in the same way a person who buys components builds a computer. I do not know the first thing about putting components of a computer together, but I do know how to put pieces of opportunities together, or know people who know how.
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