“Rich Dad, Poor Dad”
I have just read a great interview with Robert Kiyosaki, the author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, where he speaks about the measure of wealth as being the amount of time you could survive if you stopped working tomorrow.
He goes on to explain that most of us fit into a cashflow quadrant;
“E” are employees, earning a salary or wage.
“S” are self employed or small business owners, people who are responsible for earning their own wage.
“B” is for “Big Business”, the likes of Bill Gates and Richard Branson.
“I” are investors, searching for low risk high yield opportunities.
To read more and find out where you fit, check out the article posted on richdadwisdom.com.
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