Rich dad’s conspiracy of the rich 2/3 

Yay…we are back, we never relent in sharing insightful things with you. Today we continue on our rich dad’s conspiracy of he rich series started yesterday. Stay tuned .

Pareto principle-the 80-20 rule

  • For many events, about 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes
  • Applied in business, 80% of your business comes from 20% of your customers- so take good care of them.
  • If you want to win the game of money, you cannot be average, you need to be in the top 20%

6. New rule of money #6: learn the language of money.

It takes money to make money? No! Money begins with words and words are free.

There are four basic investment categories for the sophisticated investor.

  • Business: owning several businesses which is a source of passive income instead of several jobs which is a source of earned income.
  • Income Producing Investment Real estate: these are properties that provide passive income from rent. Personal home 
  • Paper assets: stocks, bonds, savings, annuities, insurance and mutual funds.
  • Commodities: gold, silver,oil,platinum etc

Life is a sum total of your words!!

Avoid words such as “I can’t afford it” or “I can’t do it” rather discipline yourself to ask “how can I afford it?” “How can I do it?”

Never think, look or act like a poor person. The world treats you as you treat yourself.

7.  New rule of money #7: life is a team sport, choose your team carefully.

Small business owners thinkers focus on increasing their income, BIG business thinkers focus on increasing their assets, which in turn increases their income.

Sell! Sell! Sell!!  To get rich “you must learn to sell” become a student of the word sell. Poor people have nothing to sell but their labor. They have either little to sell, or don’t know how to sell or both.

8. New rule of Money #8: since money is becoming worth-less and less, learn to print your own.

How can you learn about money when you are afraid of making mistakes.

Assets puts money in your pocket without you working

Liabilities take money money from your pocket, even when you’re working.

Author: Leaders digest

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