Have you always thought of people who work less, pay fewer taxes yet make the most money in the world?
Have you ever thought of the guys where money works for them while they travel and do stuff that they enjoy?
Do you want to achieve financial freedom, instead of job security? Then you should read Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki. Below are a few lessons I picked:
“The size of your success is measured by the strength of your desire, the size of your dream, and how you handle disappointments along the way.
Many people will not head down the street until all the lights are green. That is why they don’t go anywhere.
Only fools expect everything to go the way they want. To expect to be disappointed does not mean being passive or a defeated loser. Expecting to be disappointed is a way of mentally and emotionally preparing yourself to be ready for surprises that you may not want. By being emotionally prepared, you can act with calm and dignity when things do not go your way. If you’re calm, you can think better.
All it takes to bring out your natural God-given gifts is your desire, determination and a deep faith that you have a genius and a gift that is unique.
Even though you may not be good at everything, take time developing what you need to learn and your world will change rapidly.”
I cannot quantify what I gathered while reading this book, but it is one of those books you will feel like throwing off because they touch the deep “You.” It has taken me long to read it but given another chance, I would reread it.
But before that, why don’t you grab your copy and jump into action now?