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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

The Rat Race With No End.

Have you ever think that you're keep repeating the same routine everyday? Something like in the film 'Groundhog Day'?

One day you wake up from your sleep, go to your bathroom, dressed up, go to work, trapped in the traffic jam, arrived at the office and working during the working hours.

After the working hours, get back in the car, trapped in the traffic jam (again?), arrived home, clean yourself, spend time with family or friends etc and than went to sleep. And tomorrow you repeating the same process for 30days and receiving a paycheck at the end of the month?

Aren't you realized you are repeating the same routine every day just to get a paycheck?'re trapped in the Rat Race. With no end.

Friday, June 19, 2009

It’s time to mind your own business

Stop hauling the water bucket and start to build your pipeline of cashflow to support you, your family and your lifestyle

Stop minding other people business (like the one you doing now: your boss, your company etc) and start minding your own business. Minding your own business might be difficult and confusing, especially at first time. There is a lot to learn. It is a lifelong process.

The good news is that the hardest part of the process is at the start. Once you make the commitment, life really does get easier and easier. Minding your own business is not hard to do. It’s just common sense.

Believe in yourself and start today. Sack your boss when you establishing.

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Yes. The word sounds familiar because I borrowed it from Robert T. Kiyosaki. This is my personal view of financial literacy. A really new thing for me after I discovered a long ignored book called Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki.

This post olong with future post is what I've rad from these books that I would like to share with the others who still do not know about financial literacy.

Thank you. Sorry for the bad english. Correct me if I'm wrong.