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Robert Kiyosaki

Why “A” Students Work for “C” Students and Why “B” Students Work for the Government

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  • Alexandrhas quoted9 years ago
    Many people focus on buying their dream home rather than investing to provide homes for others. Many people invest for the long term in a pension plan for themselves rather than investing in assets for cash flow…assets that can be passed on to their children or charities for years and generations to come. Challenge yourself, and your children, to see another side of the coin on greed.
  • Alexandrhas quoted9 years ago
    School is a great experience for some children. For others, school is the worst experience of their lives. Every child has a genius. Unfortunately, their genius may not be recognized by the educational system. Their genius may even be crushed.
  • Clydael Alcantarhas quoted7 years ago
    Isn’t the reason for getting a job to make money? If money is the objective for getting a job, why not get right to the point and just teach us about money?" My question was never answered.
  • Clydael Alcantarhas quoted7 years ago
    "Everybody is a genius.
    But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid."
  • Alexandrhas quoted9 years ago
    Most people have only one job, their own.
    Most people have only one house, their own.
    Most people have one retirement plan, their own.
    The true principle of capitalism is, "The more people I serve, the more effective I become." That is why those in the B and I quadrants must be generous. You must be generous if you want to serve as many people as possible.
  • Alexandrhas quoted9 years ago
    Today, there are four economic groups.
    1. The poor
    2. The middle class
    3. The rich a million dollars a year in income
    4. The mega-rich a million dollars a month or more
  • Alexandrhas quoted9 years ago
    Rich dad was a very generous man. He believed in "fair exchange." He also believed that financial education was much more valuable than money.
  • Alexandrhas quoted9 years ago
    Rather than telling me to "Look for a job," rich dad encouraged me to think like an entrepreneur and instead "Look for opportunities."
  • Alexandrhas quoted9 years ago
    Calling rich dad with the news, he added to my assignment. He said, "Like Tom Sawyer, your job is to hire other people to do the work. Your job is to cut the deal, get the work done, get paid, pay the workers, and make a profit."
  • Alexandrhas quoted9 years ago
    My intelligence was increasing. My mind was opening. I was beginning to see both sides of the coin.
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