Cash Flow Quadrant

“The size of your success is measured by the strength of your desire; the size of your dream; and how you handle disappointment along the way”–Robert Kiyosaki

As I was writing yesterday about complacency, it struck me that there are many people out there that might not know there are options out there for changing your financial picture. You don’t have to be complacent about your situation. it also strikes me there are many people that still believe in the system our parents taught us. Most of were taught to get a good education or vocation, work for 30-40 years, then retire. Even with the breakdown of corporate America and the loss of jobs, many are still hoping that they will get a good job and a fair wage, and I’m sure that eventually, many of the lost jobs will come back.

There are two books I would encourage you to read if you haven’t already. The are Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki. In Cashflow Quadrant, he talks about four groups of people who make up the world of business. There are E, which stands for Employee, S, which stands for small business person or self-employed, B, which stands for big-business owners, and I, which stands for Investor. Robert was taught by his rich dad that in order to become wealthy or financially free, you must be in the B or I quadrants. He was taught that you can be a successful doctor or schoolteacher and be poor, but you cannot be a successful entrepreneur or investor and be poor.

Being an entrepreneur is not or everyone, and I’ve learned over the years, that not everyone is wiling to pay the price for financial freedom. However, my objective for those of you who are dissatisfied with your present situation, and are willing to think outside the box, is to inspire you to change your thinking, and become active about making some changes. Tomorrow, I will share with you some ideas about a business model that anyone can participate in and gives you the possibility to change your financial future.

Have an awesome day.

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