I read a book by Robert Kiyosaki that says that we need to be in the big business builder/ investment quadrant in order to be truly successful in life. We have to stop being employees and self employed and start thinking with the mindset of a big business. Has anyone here been successful in making that transition?
Well it really is based on how you define success. For me, my success lies in the abllity to have a comfortable lifestyle and to be able to provide for my hamily financially, emotionally, and spirtually.. In that instance, yes, I am very successful. However, I am still a "newbie" and working on the big business part..lol.. But I do know that I am going to be financially successful in anything that I do.. with that mindset, I have already won!
I haven't read that book though. but it seems to be interesting. I will definitely have to check it out!
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