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Book Preview: “Why A Students Work for C Students”

In this video, Personal Finance Authors of All Time, Robert Kiyosaki & Kim Kiyosaki of Rich Dad fame, along with Tony D’Angelo of Rich Grad, give a sneak peak into the newest Rich Dad book: Why A Students Work For C Students. Share and...

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The Business School For People Who Like Helping People Book Review

“If I had to do it all over again, rather than build an old style type of business, I would have started building a network marketing business.” Quote by Robert T. Kiyosaki In this Second Edition of his best selling book, Robert T. Kiyosaki updates and expands on his original eight “hidden values” of a network marketing business (other than making money!) Special Bonus-three additional”hidden values” from Kim Kiyosaki, Sharon Lechter, and Diane Kennedy. Robert Kiyosaki explains that building a network marketing business…. … is a revolutionary way to achieve wealth. … makes it possible for anyone to acquire great wealth. … is open to anyone who has the drive, determination and perseverance. #1 True Equal Opportunity. #2 Life-Changing Business Education. #3 Friends Who Will Pull You Up, Not Push You Down. #4 What is the Value of A Network? #5 Developing Your Most Important Business Skill. #6 Leadership #7 Not Working for Money. #8 Living Your Dreams Special Bonus-three additional”hidden values” #9 Marriage and Business #10 The Family Business #11 How You Can Use the Same Tax Loopholes The Rich Use. Our Comments: The Business School for People Who Like Helping People is a must read book for anyone in the network marketing industry and those looking at joining a network marketing company. As a network marketer and continuing student of the network marketing industry, Robert Kiyosaki outlines this industry in a way others do not “With Out the Hype” pure nut’s and bolt’s information. If you have read and followed any of Robert Kiyosaki’s books, then you know that starting and building your own business is one of the ways to achieve success. Share and...

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CASHFLOW Quadrant Book Review

This explains the 4 quadrants of “E” Employee, “B” Business Owner, “S” Self-Employed and “I” Investor. It helps you to identify which quadrant you are in and if it is the best one for you? The book CashFlow Quadrant will help you chart a course from Left side of the quadrant to the right side of the quadrant. This book is a continuation of the book Rich Dad Poor Dad which should be the first book you really read in Robert Kiyosaki’s series. It is important to remember that each of us resides in one or more of the four quadrants. The book CashFlow Quadrant is divided into 3 parts: Part One: Explains the core difference between people in the four quadrants. Part Two: Talks about personal change, about who you have to be, not what you have to do. Part Three: Defines the seven steps you can take to get to the right side of the quadrant. Part Three is where it really gets exciting as you cover the: The Seven Steps to Finding Your Financial Fast Track. It’s Time To Mind Your Own Business. Take Control Of Your Cash Flow. Know The Difference Between Risk and Risky. Decide What Kind Of Investory You Want to Be. Seek Mentors. Make Disappointment Your Strength. The Power Of Faith. Each one of these Seven Steps, really re-inforces what we do in network marketing. Share and...

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Rich Dad Poor Dad Book Review

This is the book that I read many years ago, or so it seems. When I sat down to read it I could not put it down, while there is some controversy as to the authenticity of the story, it really does not matter. What does matter is the profound effect it can have on your life. What I found in reading this book, was that it opened my eyes to all of the possiblities and opportunites I had in Life! When I looked at what I was doing then, working 40+ hours a week, fearful that I could loose my Job at anytime, I decided it was time for a change! For years everyday I would go into work, I worked on Large Corporate / Private Business Jets I would ask myself the question, Why Them. The one thing they all had in common was that they where Business Owners, Not employees! The book is broken down into the follow Six Lessons: Lesson One – The Rich Don’t Work For Money. Lesson Two – Why Teach Financial Literacy. Lesson Three – Mind Your Own Business. Lesson Four – The History of Taxes and The Power Of Corporations. Lesson Five – The Rich Invent Money. Lesson Six – Work to Learn – Don’t Work For Money. Chapter Eight has some very important lessons in it especially for network marketers, Overcoming Obstacles! Fear. Cynicism. Laziness. Bad Habits. Arrogance. If you do nothing else this year take the time to read this book. Share and...

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