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Robert Kiyosaki

  • aicha kouacemhas quoted4 months ago
    “My brain gets stronger every day because I exercise it. The stronger it gets, the more money I can make.”
  • Hristina Jivkovahas quoted2 years ago
    Eleanor Roosevelt said it best: “Do what you feel in your heart to be right—for you’ll be criticized anyway. You’ll be damned if you do, and damned if you don’t.”
  • Hristina Jivkovahas quoted2 years ago
    “The primary difference between a rich person and a poor person is how they manage fear.”
  • Hristina Jivkovahas quoted2 years ago
    ” I don’t want to work all my life. I don’t want what my parents aspired for, which was job security and a house in the suburbs. I don’t like being an employee. I hated that my dad always missed my football games because he was so busy working on his career. I hated it when my dad worked hard all his life and the government took most of what he worked for at his death. He could not even pass on what he worked so hard for when he died. The rich don’t do that. They work hard and pass it on to their children.
    Now the “wants.” I want to be free to travel the world and live in the lifestyle I love. I want to be young when I do this. I want to simply be free. I want control over my time and my life. I want money to work for me.
  • Hristina Jivkovahas quoted2 years ago
    • Look for new ideas. Go to bookstores and search for books on different and unique subjects. The book The 16 Percent Solution by Joel Moskowitz taught Robert something new and spurred him to action.
    • Find someone who has done what you want to do. Take them to lunch and ask them for tips and tricks of the trade.
    • Take classes, read, and attend seminars. Robert searches newspapers and the Internet for new and interesting classes.
    • Make lots of offers. You don’t know what the right price is until you have a second party who wants to deal. Most sellers ask too much. It is rare that a seller asks a price that is less than something is worth. It’s fun and only a game. Make offers. Someone might say yes. (And make offers with escape clauses.)
  • Anis Yusliyanahas quotedlast year
    When emotion goes up, intelligence goes down.
  • b4965627156has quoted2 years ago
    just sort of pushes you around. Each push is life saying, ‘Wake up. There’s something I want you to learn.’”
  • Godspower amunhas quoted5 months ago
    We did odd jobs occasionally and earned a few dollars here and there, but we did that only to keep food in our stomachs and gas in the car. Those few extra dollars were only fuel to keep us going toward our singular goal. I must admit that during moments of deep personal doubt, the idea of a safe, secure job with a paycheck was appealing.

    Hello World

  • Godspower amunhas quoted5 months ago
    But because job security wasn’t what we were looking for, we kept pushing on, living day to day, on the brink of the financial abyss.

    That year, 1985, was the worst of our lives as well as one of the longest. Anyone who says that money isn’t important obviously has not been without it for long. Kim and I fought and argued often. Fear, uncertainty, and hunger shortens the human emotional fu
  • Godspower amunhas quoted5 months ago
    We kept our situation quiet. For the most part, Kim and I looked quite normal on the surface. When friends and family were informed of our plight, the first question was always, “Why don’t you get a job?”
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