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Start Financial Freedom With Financial Education


Robert Kiyosaki best selling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad and the Cashflow Quadrant, teaches about the importance of a financial education and being alert to what you feed your mind. In his article, “Ten Decisions You Need To Make To Get Rich” he had this to say:
“One of the reasons the rich get richer is because they spend time with other rich people. Most of my best investments come from my rich friends, not from my stock brokers or real estate brokers. It is important to know if a person’s aspirations are to be rich, comfortable or simply survive.

Friends who merely want to be comfortable or survive will not understand why you want to be rich and may unconsciously pull you down. And besides, the investment tips I get from people who only want to be comfortable are often tips on investments that no one else wants.

How do you find people who are rich or want to be rich? Rich Dad had a simple answer: “It’s what you know that determines who you know. If you want to change who you know, simply change what you know.” So the most important investment you can make is in your financial education and financial experience. Invest in that first and the people you spend time with will change.”


Now, I take my financial education seriously and even set money
aside for it. This is what the wealthy do and the best way to learn to succeed is to copy what works from those who have succeeded. So, if you want to start investing in your financial freedom with the right financial education, reading Robert’s books are the best way to start.

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