Robert Kiyosaki's Cashflow Quadrant Chapter 5: Self-Awareness

Cashflow Quadrant Chapter 5

Different ways of earning Money and I don’t want a job, working the remainder of my life, for money.

I did not return to Berkeley College to become a manager or employee in someone else’s company. I came to berkeley college to learn various business principles and foundations that will allow me to create my own businesses and operate them efficiently. 

Money isn’t everything, but money does support life.

It’s foolish to spend your life acting like money isn’t important.

You only have so many hours in the day and you can only work so hard, so why work hard for money. Learn to have money and people work hard for you and you can be free to do the things that you truly value.

To me, the things that I truly value are being able to provide job opportunities for family friends and the global community.
Make considerable donation to the Wounded Warrior Project.
To teach kids about online entrepreneurship and creating assets online.
Being able to travel the world building a portfolio of assets.

Money is important and I will not sped the remainder of my life working as an employee or self-employed specialist.

When I was 28 years old, I had already left the Marine Corps and was employed by Equinox Fitness. At the time, I was developing one on one sales skills selling personal training packages, but I was training CEO and founders of companies and picking up micro-level information about the habits and mindset of business owners and investors.

I was training billion dollar real estate developers, founders of companies, lawyers who ran their own firms, entrepreneurs who have mastered the art of global business.

I was still living pay check to pay check, but they opened my mind to the possibilities, and it was their mindset that resonated with me.

Small differences turn into large differences when measured over the years a person spends working.

No one cashflow Quadrant is more important than the other.