Time for a Change

This year will be epic, I belong to a wealth group and they posted this video from Robert Kiyosaki where he explains how money works now days.

I first read Roberts book Rich Dad Poor Dad years ago and I didn’t comprehend it. It was just another book of letters on pages I absorbed in the year when I was younger. Later I read it again and a light went off in my head, I bought a case of the book and gave it out to family and friends. Now when something just clicks in your head, I don’t know about you but it makes me passionate about it and I want to share it. You will find it hard to drag people on your journey with you, best to do it and lead by example and find other people or groups that are also as passionate as you, they are out there.

I started buying assets, first Realestate, then stocks, crypto currency, insurance policies, starting businesses. I eventually retired early from my job when the opportunity presented itself. Mistakes were made, the economy was up, down and everything in between but along the journey I have learned so many things that are priceless.

Do I follow all the rules on this journey to wealth? Oh no way, I flounder, stray from the path, splurge and do dumb things but it is an adventure I am having fun with. Taking that first step on the path though is key, seeing the path, recognizing the mistakes or different choices. If you can’t see the playing field how are you going to play the game? How are you going to understand the rules, if you don’t know there is a game?

Robert can be a hard person to take in person, a little rough around the edges and he just speaks his mind no matter what he is thinking which can be hard for people in this day and age of gentleness. Some of his books are great though and very easy to understand. He follows the path of hiring smart people and don’t do it yourself if you can hire someone else that can do it better. He has some great writers, accountants, managers, book keepers… learn from his example and you will go far. Take that first step.

This material has been distributed for informational and educational purposes only, and is not intended as investment, legal, accounting, or tax advice. Investing involves risk.


Published by Jay

I came from a single parent house with four kids. My mom was a waitress and my sister helped pay the bills. I didn’t have any silver spoon in my mouth but I was able to break that cycle and I’m still learning about money and finances everyday. They just don’t teach you these things and it seemed like people didn’t want to share!

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