Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki

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| |CASHFLOW Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki........ [pic] | |  |INTRODUCTION | |  |Which quadrant are you in? Is it the right one for you? | | |Are you financially free? The CASHFLOW Quadrant was written for you if your life has | | |come to a financial fork in the road. If you want to take control of what you do today| | |in order to change your financial destiny it will help you chart your course. This is | | |the CASHFLOW Quadrant: | | |The letters in each quadrant represent: | | |E for employee | | |S for self-employed | | |B for business owner | | |I for investor | | |Each of us resides in at least one of the four quadrants of the CASHFLOW Quadrant. | | |Where we are is determined by where our cash comes from. Many of us rely on paychecks | | |and are therefor employees, while others are self-employed. Employees and | | |self-employed individuals reside on the left side of the CASHFLOW Quadrant. The right | | |side of the CASHFLOW Quadrant is for individuals who receive their cash from | | |businesses they own or investments they own. | | |The CASHFLOW Quadrant is about the four different types of people who make up the | | |world of business, who they are and what makes individuals in each quadrant unique. It| | |will help you define where you are in the Quadrant today and help you chart a course | | |for where you want to be in the future as you choose your own path to financial | | |freedom. While financial freedom can be found in all four of the quadrants, the skills| | |of a "B" or "I" will help you reach your financial goals more quickly. A successful | | |"E" should also become a successful "I". | | |WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP? | | |This book is in many ways Part 2 of my book, Rich Dad Poor Dad. For those of you who | | |may not have read Rich Dad Poor Dad, it was about the different lessons my two dads | | |taught me about the subject of money and life choices. One was my real dad and the | | |other my best friend's dad. One was highly educated and the other a high school | | |drop-out. One was poor and the other rich. | | |Whenever I was asked the question, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" | | |My highly educated but poor dad always recommended, | | |"Go to school, get good grades, and then find a safe secure job." | | |He was recommending a life's path that looked like this. | | |Poor Dad's Advice: | | |Poor dad was recommending that I choose to become either a high paid "E", employee, or| | |a high paid "S", self employed professional, such as a medical doctor, lawyer, or | | |accountant. My poor dad was very concerned about a steady paycheck,...
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