While many were suffering through the last Presidential Debate I was learning how to improve my own economy in a training. One of the presenters said that no matter who is elected, business will go on as it has before. He had historical precedent – past Presidential elections and the fact that business has gone on.
[I will vote because I am not as convinced that it makes no difference; but basically I think he is right. The world economy is beyond the control of one leader or even coalition of leaders.]
So after you vote I suggest you do something that will make a big impact on your life. No don’t wait that long; start by finishing this article.
You may have seen the above symbols before and recognize them as Robert Kiyosaki’s Cash Flow Quadrant.
If not read on for an amazingly simple way to understand our economy and how you can improve your own economy.
Kiyosaki has written Rich Dad, Poor Dad; Why A Students Work for C Students; The Business of the 21st Century; The Business School For People Who Like Helping People; and The Cash Flow Quadrant, Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom.
The diagram above is Kiyosaki’s Cash Flow Quadrant. I wish every young person would read this book. It dynamically explains why the rich get richer. And it shows an individual how to take control back like no political candidate can.
Here is my brief explanation of the Cash Flow Quadrant. [But you should actually get the book after you read this article.]
The Quadrant has two sides:
The left side of the quadrant represent Employed and Self Employed.
Individuals in these two sections trade time for money. If they work they make money. If they don’t work – yikes. They have no leverage.
The Employee has a job. The Self Employed owns a job.
The right side of the quadrant represent Business and Investor.
Business owners have a system that works for them. They have leveraged income.
Investors have money that works for them. They have passive income.
That information is enough to make me want to share this. It is why people work so hard building a network marketing business and then go on to invest their profits.
Without this knowledge we are dependent upon the politicians who promise us whatever they think we want for our vote.
With this knowledge we don’t need the politicians. What we need are leaders who understand the power of the Cash Flow Quadrant.
But I think that no matter who is elected it won’t make a big difference.
In fact, my fellow Americans, we’ve got this!