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Robert Kiyosaki

Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom

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The Difference Between an S Type of Business and a
B Type of Business
Those who are true B’s can leave their business for a year or more and return to find their business more profitable and running better than when they left it. In a true S type of business, if the S left for a year or more, chances are there would be no business left to return to.
So what causes the difference? Saying it simply, an S owns a job; a B owns a system and then hires competent people to operate the system. Or put another way, in many cases, the S is the system. That is why they can’t leave.
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The path is the goal
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finding your path in life is your goal in life
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New Age Begins
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bet the ranch
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Two Choices
One advantage of living in a free society is the freedom to make choices. In my opinion, there are two big choices: the choice of security, and the choice of freedom. If you choose security, you will pay a huge price for that security in the form of excessive taxes and punishing interest payments. If you choose freedom, then you need to learn the whole game and play it wisely. It’s your choice which quadrant you want to play the game from.
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Not if history is any guide
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turn your back on
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In theory, the numbers and transactions on the right side of the CASHFLOW Quadrant are simple, regardless of whether we’re talking about stocks, bonds, real estate, or businesses. To be financially well off simply means being able to think differently, to think from different quadrants and to have the courage to do things differently. To me, one of the hardest things a person who is new to this way of thinking has to go through is the countless number of people who will tell you: “You can’t do that.”
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Be the Bank, Not the Banker
When I was in my mid-twenties, it dawned on me that the name of the game was to be the bank, but that didn’t mean to get a job as a banker. My advanced education was about to begin. It was during this period that my rich dad had me look up words like “mortgage,” “real estate,” and “finance.” I was beginning to train my mind to see what my eyes could not
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I was beginning to be a bank, and I loved it. Remember that rich dad said, “Be careful when you take on debt. If you take on debt personally, make sure it’s small. If you take on large debt, make sure someone else is paying for it.”
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The problem of knowing when to quit or when to keep going is a common problem with anyone who takes risks. One way to manage this problem is to find mentors who have already successfully made the crossing before. A person who is already on the other side can best guide you. But be careful of advice from someone who has only read books about the crossing and gets paid to lecture on the subject
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The making and losing of money is an emotional subject, so my rich dad gave me the secret to handling these emotions. Rich dad always said, “To be successful as an investor or a business owner, you have to be emotionally neutral to winning and losing. Winning and losing are just part of the game.”
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thoughts and, more specifically, their internal dialogue. That’s why my rich dad forbade me from saying:
• I can’t afford it.
• I can’t do that.
• Play it safe.
• Don’t lose money.
• What if you fail and never recover?
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BE
DO
HAVE
What the rich do is relatively simple. It’s the “be” that is different. The difference is found in their
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This is the root of the battle between the educated and the rich. It’s not that people in the B and I quadrants are uneducated, because many are highly educated. It’s just that many B’s and I’s were not academic whiz kids in school.
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was all ears for
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Differences between E and B
Core emotional values cause different points of view. The struggle in communication between business owners and employees is often caused by differences in emotional values. There has always been a struggle between the E and the B because one wants more pay, and the other wants more work. That is why we often hear: “I’m overworked and underpaid.”
And from the other side we often hear: “What can we do to motivate them to work harder and be more loyal without paying them any more?”
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When Are You an Adult?
When going from the left side to the right side, we need to be adults. We all need to grow up financially. Instead of being parent or child, we need to look at money, work, and investing as adults. And what being an adult means is knowing what you have to do and doing it, even though you may not feel like doing it
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Keeping up with the Joneses
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