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『Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant』(1998）
■Chapter3: Why People Choose Security Over Freedom
・経済的に安定した状態とは、CASHFLOW –quadrant の左右両側に
・経済的に自由な状態とは、CASHFLOW –quadrant の右側の２つ(B,I）を
If you look at the CASHFLOW Quadrant, you will notice that
the left side is motivated by security, and the right side is
motivated by freedom.
2) Two Better Than One
So being educated in more than one quadrant, especially
one on the left and one on the right, is much better than
being good in just one. I refer to the fact that average rich
person earns 70% from the right side and 30% from the left
side of the Quadrant. I have found that no matter how much
money people make, they will feel more secure if they operate
in more than one Quadrant. Financial security is having a
secure footing on both sides of the CASHFLOW Quadrant.
3) Your boss cannot make you rich
The reality is, your boss’s job is not to make you rich.
Your boss’s job is to make sure you get your payback.
It is your job to become rich, if you want to.
And that job begins the moment you receive your paycheck.
If you have poor money-management skills, then all the money
in the world cannot save you. If you budget your money wisely,
and learn about either the “B” or “I” Quadrant, then you are
on your own path to great personal fortune and, most
My rich dad used to say us,
“The only difference between a rich person and a poor person
is what they do in their spare time.” …
What you do after work with your paycheck and your spare
time will determine your future. If you work hard in the left
side of the Quadrant, you will work hard forever.
If you work hard on the right side of the Quadrant,
you have a chance of finding freedom.
4) Success Is A Poor Teacher
Many successful investors have lost many times before
winning. Successful people know that success is a poor
teacher. Learning comes from making mistakes, and in the
“I” quadrant, mistakes cost money.
If you lack both knowledge and capital, it’s financial suicide
to try to become an investor.
By developing the skill of becoming a good “B” first,
you will also be providing the cash flow necessary to move
on to becoming a good investor.
The business you develop as a “B” will provide the cash
to support you as you gain the education to become a good
investor. Once you have gained the education to become a
successful investor you will understand how I can say
“It does not always take money to make money.”
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