Money Mindset and Rich Dad 1
The personal finance classic “Rich Dad Poor Dad” that still ranks as the #1 Personal Finance book of all time. 'Living our lives in fear, never getting to achieve our dreams, working hard for money, waking up in the middle of the night terrified about paying bills is no way to live.' says Robert Kiyosaki, the Author of the Bestseller Book “Rich Dad Poor Dad”.
Go To School, Get Good Grades, Get a Good Paying Job – Are You kidding?
Times have changed, and so has the way we earn money. The classic advice of our parents and grandparents is to "get a good education; find yourself a great job at an established company with stability." Unfortunately this old saying doesn't apply in today's modern society because it tells people that if you're not successful after working hard for years then there must be something wrong with your skills or personality--but times can change quickly!
How many still believe these words despite knowing they aren't helpful anymore?
Do the Rich Work for Money? 
Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! is a story of growing up with two dads — his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad — and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.
The trap of trading your life for money is a very real one that most people fall into. Robert Kiyosaki shares the story about how he was able to avoid this path, and why you should too!
And don't forget--no matter where we come from or what our circumstances may be now (or even if they were great), there will always come time when things change - maybe drastically so as well- but regardless I want everyone reading these words on some level
The pursuit of money can never make your life more fulfilling. It's only a temporary solution to deeper issues that will continue following you throughout the rest of your days, and it won't stop unless we find something else worth living for! 
The problems like being scared of not having enough money will persist if we don't change our emotions.
A mental shift is needed in order for us to break free from the grip that negative thoughts and feelings have on us, so this phenomenon can be solved effectively
Is working harder really going to solve my financial problems?
We all want the answer, "yes!" But what if it's not as easy in real life. The thing about being a digital native is that things are changing rapidly and there isn't time like before when you could just work your way out of debt by putting more hours on top; now we have social media influencers who make rich people seem poor (and vice versa) because their livin' off one post at once - how do these celebrity type folks even afford anything?! 
You really have to ask yourself, "What am I waiting for?" Your conscience and sub-conscious mind will start looking for ways of solving this problem. Research wealthy people's habits; what they do in their everyday life - read books on the topic or listen audios that inspire you with ideas about how YOU could emulate them.
Wealthy souls are not far from where we live! Start listening when someone talks finance because these individuals know exactly which steps are needed towards wealth accumulation: find out all there is learn as much material possible so next time an opportunity presents itself (even if its small) you can take advantage.
Have You read “Rich Dad Poor Dad” already? It can really be a game changer through some major mindset shifts!


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