Top 5 Lessons To Learn From


Robert Kiyosaki is an American businessman, investor, author, and financial educator. He has written many best sellers, one of his books, Rich Dad Poor Dad, is considered one of the best financial books ever written for financial education.

The next are the top 5 lessons to learn from Robert Kiyosaki.

Do what it takes, even if you hate it.

Throughout his life, Robert Kiyosaki did things necessary for him to achieve financial freedom even though he hated it.

No. 1

Success requires discipline

Whether you want to succeed in life, career, or even financially, discipline is necessary. Robert emphasizes a lot on the power of the field.

No. 2

If YOU wants to be rich, focus on building assets, not increasing income

Most people think that if they want to be rich, they should focus on increasing their income, and that's what they do. But it is a rat race because as soon as your income increases, your expenses and taxes also increase, and this vicious cycle never stops.

No. 3

Your mind is your greatest asset

Robert says you should never stop working on your mind. It would help if you exercised it daily by giving it challenges and complex problems to solve and constantly learning.

No. 4

Work to Learn; not to Earn

If you work to learn, your growth eventually skyrockets, and you get better opportunities both in terms of career and money. As a result, you know more, earn more and, of course, enjoy more.

No. 5

Robert Kiyosaki emphasizes more on learning. So whatever you want to do in your life, keep learning and never let your likes and dislikes stop you from doing what needs to be done.

The single most powerful asset we all have is our mind. If it is trained well, it can create enormous wealth.”

– Robert T. Kiyosaki

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