15 May 2021


Thoughts of ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI, But I translated it for better understand.

* The schools deign to produce good employees instead of employers.

* It's not how much money you have, It's how much money you keep.

* Intelligence solves problems and produces money. Money without financial intelligence is money soon gone.

* If you are going to build the Empire State Building, the first things you need to do is dig a deep hole and pour a strong foundation. If you are doing to build a home in the suburbs, all you need to do is pour six inch slab of concrete. Most people, in their drive to get rich, are trying to build an Simple State Building on a six-inch slab.

* Rich people acquire assets. The poor and middle class acquire laibilities that they think are assets.

* In 80 percent of most families the financial strong paints a picture of hard work to get ahead. However, this effort is for naught because they spend their lives buying liabilities instead of assets.

* The poor and the middle class work for money. The rich have money work for them.

* Life pushes all of us around. some people give up and others fight. A few learn the lesson and move on. They welcome life pushing them around.

* It's fear that keeps more people working at a jobs: fear of not paying their bills, the fear of being fired, the fear of not having enough money, and the fear of starting over. That's the price of studying to learn a profession or trade, and then working for money. Most people become a salve to money- and then get angry at the their boss and family.

* A job is really a short term solution to a long term problem.

* It's just like the picture of a donkey dragging a cart with its owner dangling a carrot just in front of its hose. The donkey's owner may be going where he wants to, but the donkey is chasing an illusion. Tomorrow there will only be another carrot for the donkey.

* Most of people work for everyone else but themselves. They work first for the owners of the company, then for the government through taxes, and finally for the bank that owns their montage.

* An important distinction is that rich people buy luxuries last, while the poor and middle class tend to buy luxuries first. The poor and the middle class often buy luxury items such as big houses, diamond, furs, jewelry or cars because they want to look rich. They look rich, but in reality they just get deeper in debt on credit. The old-money people, the long term rich, built their asset column first. Then, the income generated from the asset column bought their luxuries. The poor and middle class buy luxuries with their own sweat, blood and children's inheritance. 

* Sometimes you win and sometimes you learn. (But most people think or afraid of win or loose)

*Most people are not rich is because they are terrified of losing. Winner are not afraid of losing. But losers are. Failure is part of the process of success. People who avoid failure also avoid success.

* Great opportunities are know what you're doing. It is gambling if you're just throwing money into a deal and praying.

* It is what you know that is your greatest wealth. It is what you do not know that is your great risk.

* Failure inspires winners and failure defeats losers. It is the biggest secret of winners.