by Robert T. Kiyosaki (Purchase on Amazon)
A selection of quotes from this book:
Poverty is simply having more problems than solutions. Poverty is caused by a person’s being overwhelmed by problems he or she can’t solve.
There are trillions of ways to make more money because there are trillions of, if not infinite, problems to solve.
Ultimately, it is not the asset that makes you rich. Information makes you rich... or poor.
By the time a person hears a hot tip about a company’s new product or news that a company is in trouble, people on the inside and close to the inside have already traded on that information. The battle has already been won, and the average investor has lost.
Since I know a trend can reverse and change direction, I do not blindly invest for the long term. The Information Age is about change and I need to be flexible... not a robot.
The key is to realize that the process of solving those problems makes you rich. And once you start solving not only your own problems, but others’ as well, then the sky is the limit.
My personal philosophy is that it is easier to change myself than to change the system. In other words, I am not a person who battles the winds that drive windmills.
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