Rich don’t work for money – 4 Lessons from Rich Dad Poor Dad
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Rich don’t work for money – 4 Lessons from Rich Dad Poor Dad

1. The rich don’t work for money

 

 

 

 

So many people say I am not interested in money. Yet they work at a job for eight hours a day.” stated Kiyosaki.

While the reality is people those who control the world maximum wealth never work for money. Every one of us has 24 hours in a day. If hard work is the key to making money then the person who works 24 hours a day will make maximum money. But this is not true. A person who understands assets and builds assets will ultimately make more money.

 

2. It’s not how much money you make its how much money you keep.

 

 

Most of the school even top ranking colleges of the world will teach you how to make money. But they failed in teaching you how to save money. And making money without financial literacy is no money at all. This is the primary reason why 1% people of the world have the maximum wealth of the world.

 

3. Information is wealth

 

Property, gold or bonds were wealth in earlier days but today the person who has access to information controls the wealth. Market changes with rapid speed due to advancement in technology. Earlier people use television now they have information within the range of hand.

 

4. Work to learn. Don’t work for money

 

 

“I recommended young people to seek work for what they will learn, more than what they will earn.”
look down the road at what skill they want to acquire before choosing a specific profession. Quoted in Rich Dad Poor Dad

I have personally known many people those who are making millions while living in a town. Moreover, they don’t know how to sign. But what helps them in making million is their skill.
So do you have any skill on which you are working?

 

Search out these questions 

What is an asset for you?
The difference between spend and invest?
What’s your source of information?
Your skills?