What is Your Goal?

 

Finding your path in life is the goal.

Today I want to share with you a very important message written by Mr, Robert Kiyosaki to me. I received the email yesterday and I felt I will be very selfish if I don’t share this with you.

This is what he sad to me:

‘’Your path is not your profession. It’s not how much money you make. It’s not your title. It’s not even your success or failures.

Finding your path means finding out what you were put here on this earth to do.

What is your life’s purpose?
Why were you given this gift called life?
And what is the gift you give back to life

As you know, most people are programmed early in life to “go to school and get a job.” School is about finding a job in the E (employee) or S (Self- employed) quadrant.

School is NOT about finding your life’s path.

Millions of people leave school, only to be trapped in jobs they do not like. They know something is missing in their life.

Many people are also trapped financially, earning just enough to survive, wanting to earn more but not knowing what to do.

Without awareness of the other quadrants, many people go back to school and look for new professions or pay raises in the E or S quadrant. They are unaware of the world of the B (Big business) and I (investor) quadrants.

Each of us resides in at least one of the four quadrants. Where we are, is determined by where our cash comes from.

The CASHFLOW Quadrant is divided into four types of people.

  • E is for Employee
  • S is for Self-Employee or Specialist
  • B is for Big Business
  • I is for Investor

On the left side of the Quadrant are E’s and S’s. They pay the most in taxes and trade their time for money. That’s what most people do when they go to work; they trade their eight hours a day (or sometimes more) for a paycheck.

On the right side of the Quadrant are B’s and I’s. They pay the least in taxes and trade their create – or invest – in assets that produce cash flow for them even when they’re sleeping.

It’s our view, at Rich Dad, that the dividing line between those who are struggling in today’s economy and those who are prospering is the line between the two sides of the CASHFLOW Quadrant.

Are you ready to move beyond job security and begin to achieve financial security? It’s not an easy path, but the prize at the end of the road, financial freedom, is worth the journey.

Once you can answer those two things, you can see the life path you need to begin.”  (Robert Kiyosaki)

This email was the best thing that ever happened to me this week. I hope it can speak to you the way it has spoken to me and help you to see the life path you need to begin.

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