What is your greatest enemy?

What is your greatest enemy?

Buildthelifeofyourdreams

As we start a new year, a new project, I’d like to encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity to start fresh and get the right mindset.

 One thing that is constant for all of us: time.

It’s limited and moves on quickly. The passage of time can either be your friend or your enemy”- Robert Kiyosaki

A more direct way of looking at it (if you are a successful investor, at least) is the passing of time can be a very good thing. With each passing day, week, or month, you could be seeing your cash flow increase as well as the growth of your long-term wealth.

However, if you are not an active investor, the passing of time is your enemy. Time lost won’t return and instead of acquiring assets and building your cash flow, you may feel as though you are getting further behind.

I don’t say either of these things to judge you or even permanently label you. In fact, I’ve been on both sides of this. Kiyosaki, the author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad” tells us that his  rich dad taught him to invest his money in assets that made him money, and while he understood the concepts he was teaching, Kiyosaki still battled with fear and uncertainty before getting started.

If you asked successful investors what their biggest regret is, you’ll almost always hear them say, “I wish I started sooner.”

Let my words today serve as motivation. A new year is a time of great opportunity. A time to start fresh. A time to plot a new course. And, if you are frozen by fear and uncertainty because you think you don’t know enough or even have enough money to get started, I’d like to give you some ideas that will help you get started and grow in confidence.

One way you can take action today toward becoming a successful investor is to make plans to buy  “The Rich Dad Poor Dad” book to learn how you can leverage your time and well and start building your wealth  while looking ahead and make predictions on what we expect to happen, as well as to discuss opportunities and reasons for optimism.

Home work

  1. What has been your main reason for not getting started and how can you overcome this today and the rest of the year?

2. Search for the book, Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki on Amazon, read about it and summarise the first chapter and send the summary for discussion.

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