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  • you ever feel like it's backpedaling even though your following the rules?

  • you work long hours tolerated your boss You get and annual raise and you

  • try to save money and budget where ever you can and clearly you're working with no system for financial

  • success but something is very wrong

  • the rules are not working the system is broken down you're barely making ends meet

  • let alone getting ahead

  • and retirement forget it your living day by day

  • You want to build financial security and wealth but it's just not happening

  • So where exactly has playing by the rules Gotten You?

  • So if you can change your outlook

  • Change some of your values and change your rules

  • You find that there is a whole set of rules out there

  • That are more Conducive for those who want to be rich

  • Conducive for those who want to be rich

  • one of the image

  • financial experts, Educator

  • successful investor and best-selling author Robert Kiyosaki is about to give

  • you the information You need to implement realistic achievable plan of building

  • and growing Wealth

  • Kiyoski is the

  • new york times selling author of among other

  • Books Rich Dad Poor Day

  • to date this series has sold twenty million plus copies had worldwide

  • Today Kiyosaki shares his revolutionary wisdom with You just like his rich dad shared

  • it with him

  • it information that can take you from working for Money to

  • your money working for you

  • information that can set you free

  • The story of Rich Dad Poor Dad

  • is really a story of two different fathers with two different sets of

  • values and completely different sets of advice so i don't mean to insult anybody or

  • damage your values really that was the difference for example Poor Dad

  • Always said

  • go to school

  • get good grades

  • get a high paying job work hard live below your means save money get out of

  • get out of debt

  • have a good retire plan

  • That was my Poor Dads Values my rich dad said you probably won't get rich

  • doing that because very few people get rich following that plan

  • But you thought Saving Money Made You Money?

  • You take a look at this forty year run on the Dollar

  • The Dollar is designed

  • economically to lose money every single year

  • so why would you save something

  • that loses money every year

  • and what this means was somebody on retirement plans is that after you

  • retire The value of your dollar goes down

  • and the cost of living keeps going up to my Rich Dad that was bad advice and made

  • no sense again he has different values

  • this goes against everything you've heard

  • it's very important that Diagram my Rich Dad showed me as a little boy

  • was a diagram known as a cashflow quadrant

  • and the quadrant is made up of the four different people who make up the world

  • of business so my rich dad said in the world of business

  • there's are E's and E's stand for employees

  • and employees that you can always tell who will be our

  • by their core values and what the employee whether the president or the janitor of the company will always say the

  • same words the words are

  • i'm looking for safe secure job with benefits

  • that's what makes a them an employees 'cause our core values are security

  • the other other one of Four is

  • the S or the small business owner of the self-employed

  • and again their core values will cause them to use the same words which are

  • if you want it done right

  • do it by yourself

  • the S also means are usually Solo

  • Generally one person act that

  • tend operate by themselves

  • on the right side of the quadrant are the B's

  • and rich dad said to be stood for was big business or like Bill Gates Forbe's

  • defines big business as five hundred employees are more

  • and their words are different the will say

  • I'm looking for a good system good network and the smartest people I

  • know to help run my business and their unlike the S they don't want to run the

  • company by themselves they want smart people to run the companies for them

  • and then the fourth of quadrant is the I 0:04:19.750,0:04:25.169 and I stands for investor these are people who have money work hard for them

  • these people are people that people work hard for them and these were people that

  • work hard for the rich

  • here so early on in my life it was my

  • my poor dad

  • who all is said to me you know Robert

  • go to school and get a high paying job

  • and so my Poor Dad Poor values was to be an employee he wanted job security

  • promotions a steady paycheck and all this

  • and so it was my Rich Dad who said to me so Robert

  • if you really want to be Rich

  • learn to build businesses it made more sense to him to work hard to build a

  • business something you owned and something that passed on from generation to

  • generation to your kids

  • whereas my poor dad said work hard

  • but by Rich Dad Said why would you work hard for something you'll never own and you can get

  • fired from right away again that was a difference in values

  • so Rich Dad suggested I learned how to be a business owner

  • and learn how to be

  • an investor

  • and that's one of the big differences on this side of the quadrant these people

  • here were for security

  • they work for money also

  • on the side of the here

  • they're key value that they want is they want Freedom

  • they don't want to have to work at a job anymore that i want to have to work for

  • the rest of their lives

  • so the beauty of building a Business and learning how to invest is very

  • simply

  • that this is passive income you work hard for a few years

  • but possibly for the rest your life in income keeps flowing to you

  • Of All the businesses out there which type do you choose?

  • one of the reasons i consider Direct Selling Business

  • a perfect businesses are simply because

  • the company will work with you to get the business skills that make you rich

  • always remember that is not money that makes you rich it's business skills and

  • that's why it's a perfect business they'll work take as long as you like 0:06:20.360,0:06:22.479 to get the skills to make the money

  • and that's a lifetime skill thing

  • the part about it is too low start-up costs and where else can you get in for

  • under five hundred dollars and get these skills

  • for people who want to make the shift over to the B Quadratnt which is what i

  • recommend for people

  • one of the beauties of the network marketing company

  • is that you can do that

  • for a very low price and that's why i talk to people about considering

  • network marketing

  • if you're to build a microsoft it would take you few hundreds of millions of

  • dollars but a network marketing company allows you to start at a very rate will be

  • patient within you they'll take their time

  • to transition over here

  • and the reason why that time is so important to most people

  • is it takes time to change those values

  • and the most important thing is once you take the time let's say it takes one year or two

  • years five years

  • whatever time the text once you see the value

  • for the core values of this side and this side your unstoppable

  • today i would never go back and get a job why should i

  • i'd rather just stay on this side build companies pay less taxes make for money

  • but the key as a person needs to change to values from my Poor Dad to the values

  • of my Rich Dad

  • and that's when the values of network marketing companies they allow you the time and

  • and very low cost they'll work with you to make a transitional over there

  • the number one asset a person can build is build a business that is the smartest thing

  • you can do

  • you've been told to corporate ladder is the surest route To your Success

  • Years ago I decided not to follow the Corporate Ladder simple because

  • again it was values

  • you know my poor dad always said go to school and get it high paying job with

  • the government a big corporation

  • but my rich dad said why would you worked so hard at something you'll never

  • own you can't sell your job you can't pass it on to your kids

  • so to me and never made any sense it made more sense to build my own business

  • and hire other people

  • the other reason is that you really don't have much control if you're in the

  • corporate ladder world

  • for example you can get fired at any time or today we were we have whats Called M&A

  • Stands for mergers and acquisitions it's when one of the company buys anther company so you

  • could be a great employees

  • but the company that buys your accomplishes just fires You

  • wait a minute

  • this sounds too good to be true

  • Like one of those Get Rich Quick Schemes

  • It's not get-rich-quick formula you don't just do it overnight it takes time

  • I still remember the first time I made that transition was back in nineteen

  • seventy eight

  • when i fully quit my job

  • and i had to depend upon my company that i was building to support me so I

  • understand the fear

  • the beauty

  • the most important thing to remember is this there's two kinds of people in the world

  • there are the types that will say you'll never make it

  • and I had a lot of friends and family saying that

  • You're stupid don't do it

  • and the second type

  • where the people that said go for it you can do it

  • don't worry about it will cover you

  • so the most important thing is support of friends and family

  • One of the beauties direct selling company

  • is that they provide that personal support to you

  • for as long as it takes you to make the journey from the left side to my Rich Dad's

  • Side

  • You alway thought being self-employed was living the American dream

  • one the challenges of being self-employed is that

  • your your own boss here Your the solo act

  • Like in the S Quadrant your the individual

  • you do it on your own

  • whereas in the B Quadrant you're a team player you have to depend upon your team

  • and count on your team

  • So the problem with being an S let's say you where in a traffic accident

  • there goes our income

  • and let's say you get older and you haven't set enough money aside to

  • retire on that means you probably have to work for the rest of your life

  • because you don't have anybody else to fall back on not a team to count on

  • so one of the problems with the S although most people say is most satisfying of

  • all work

  • It is a Solo Act and your totally on your own

  • personally i'd rather be a member of the team

  • So they can count on me and I can count on them

  • It Sounds like a smart move but change

  • It's So

  • Difficult

  • We all know the world has changed but sometimes the hardest thing to change

  • Is Ourselves

  • and being an old guys the older I get sometimes get more set in my ways

  • and i think that's one of the things that a direct selling business offers people

  • why is the perfect business

  • they allow you to take your time to make the mental emotional and physical

  • changes required

  • to move from the left side to the Rich Dad side

  • I think that's a big thing it's a very gracious It's a very elegant way it's

  • a patient way of supporting you in making the changes of your life so

  • please remember change always creates upset

  • but sometimes we all know

  • we have to make those changes

  • and if you know it's time for you to make that change

  • than the perfect business may be a direct selling business for you

  • direct selling

  • it is quite possibly the perfect business for you

  • for more information contact the person who gave you this video http://robertgallenariix.com

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