Congratulations to Robert Kiyosaki on reaching the 20th anniversary of his revolutionary book Rich Dad Poor Dad. Certainly myself and all of our clients have benefited from the wisdom within this book!

 

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If you haven’t had the chance to read the book; Clearly I would recommend this as a first step in your Financial Education. If you aren’t a reader, Robert and The Rich Dad Companies have created numerous avenues for you to learn. You may want to purchase some of the videos or even a Board Game, Cash Flow and Cash Flow for Kids as other ways to learn from his valuable insight.

You can follow this link to a Blog Series that I wrote years ago highlighting some of what I learned from the original Rich Dad Poor Dad book. Visit YouTube to watch my personal Thank You message to Robert and Kim for this book and congratulating them on their years of success.

If you are looking for someone to work directly with on coaching you through some of these concepts in Real Estate Investing and/or Personal Financial Planning feel free to reach out to me directly, connect through social media channels in the sidebar, or visit Drive Planning On-Line.

Never Peak

December 29, 2016 — Leave a comment

Never peak, never settle or max out! I want to encourage you to strive to reach your peak every day. Have you ever known anyone who still lives in their high school days? Someone who always speaks of the past? It can be sad to see or hear. A person who has already lived their best days. Today provides a new opportunity and a new chance to create your future.

 

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Far too often when someone is successful early in life or their career they become stagnant. The stagnancy comes from listening to the applause a little too long or thinking a little too much of the adoration which accompanies success. Wanting that same appreciation this person will try and replicate the action or behavior that created their early win. Don’t get me wrong it is good to identify what has worked in the past but the danger comes when it stunts the growth or maturation in a person or their skills.

 

 

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Keeping this phrase in mind, will always keep you forward looking. Being a standout in your early years can either be a blessing or a curse; It all depends on your motivation and desire to continually improve. An intentional approach to your personal growth ensures that you will continue to be creative. A creative person will always be focused on new or innovative ideas. Innovation is the antithesis of being stagnant or re-living the past.
Wisdom certainly comes from examining our past actions, behaviors and their outcomes. However, a focus on the future and all that God has planned for you will allow you to live the life that you desire.

Your future is bigger than your past, if you take action. Now go out and get it!

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