Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
30/11/2016 Β· 1 min read Β· +100
To Entrepreneurs and 2 more
40/40/40 Plan – Is this what you really want?

40/40/40 Plan – Is this what you really want?

Have you ever heard of the 40-40-40 Plan?Β  This is what the majority of people go to college to get our education for .Β  The 40-40-40 Plan is where someone works a job 40 hours a week, for 40 years of their life, and retires on 40% less than what...

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
17/8/2017 Β· 3 min read Β· 10
To Rich Dad Poor Dad and 2 more
Ask Robert Kiyosaki

Ask Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki is an American businessman, investor, self-help author, educator, motivational speaker, financial literacy activist, financial commentator, and radio personality. Robert is the bestselling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad and the Rich Dad...

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

I agree 100%. This was a concept that I did not understand til years after college. Robert Kiyosaki was the first author to open my eyes to financial intelligence. Even a few of my associates have laughed at me for the direction I have gone. This is because they have a higher pay from their employment. Yet, I have been focusing all my time on investing in assets and not liabilities as they have. Sadly, many of my old associates do not wish to learn the difference. For example, a number of years ago, one bragged how he bought a vehicle that cost $90K. He thought he was wealthy. No, he was just broke at a higher level. That vehicle lost half is value the moment it left the lot. He could have invested that money into real estate, a business, or maybe investments. In a few years, the car will need to be replaced, and that payment will still need to be paid.

19/9/2017

Anonymous

I like Robert T. Kiyosaki hae said : The poor and the middle class work for money. The rich have money work for them. The rich work to build assets. Assets make money. That money then buys more assets. That money is now working for you. You are not working for money. Your money, through buying cash flowing assets, is making you more money. Your money is working for you.

19/9/2017
Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
17/1/2017 Β· 4 min read Β· ~100 Β· 1
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Why you need to play the game CA$HFLOW

Why you need to play the game CA$HFLOW

I was inspired to write this article because I read an article called β€œMonopoly’s business lessons for life” by Writer and Entrepreneur, Andrew 🐝 Goldman. He spoke of all the skills that he learned playing the great family board game of...

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador This was one of the most fun tools I have ever used on financial education. For example, this game help me find my first goal lifestyle number I had to reach in my business. It help me understand that just because income was coming in from my business didn't mean it was cashflow. I had to ask questions, "how much do I have to grow to create a positive cashflow?" Then of course, the question was "how do I make this number now reach my set goal?" I was amazed that we never we over topics like this in detail in school. It is a great game and fun practice.

17/1/2017
Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador

Larry Boyer, 🐝 Brand Ambassador

Thanks for sharing. I've heard about CashFlow a lot but haven never seen a description of how it's played before. Thanks for sharing!

17/1/2017

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