Rich Dad Poor Dad – Move Over To The Right Hand Side

If you haven’t read Robert Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad Poor Dad” then this video of his will be a good start and give you the reason why you need to become a business owner.

An interesting fact about the two sides of quadrant shown in the video is that 95% of the working population are on the left hand side and only 5% are on the right hand side.

To move over to the right hand side just give us a call – 07802 857 551 or 07850 585 400 – we look forward to talking to you.

PS If you want to read the book you can buy it from Amazon here – just click on the book

“To get over the top financially,you must read Rich dad Poor Dad. It’s common sense and market savvy for your financial future”

Zig Ziglar

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4 Responses to Rich Dad Poor Dad – Move Over To The Right Hand Side

  1. beesley says:

    Hi Nathan Thanks for your note and we should all be inspired by you at fourteen years of age. Someone who is going to take the required action right now to move over to The Right Hand Side and not be deterred by anyone or anything. It has been a pleasure to help you on your journey and we wish you all the success in the world.

  2. Nathan Squirrell says:

    To be honest with everyone I am only fourteen years old but that has not stopped me trying to reach my dream of being an online marketer. I just watched the short video ‘ rich dad poor dad’ and it has inspired to me to keep on going with my dream and not to give up. http://www.facebook.com/natesquirrell

  3. Chris says:

    Hi Helen
    Thanks for your note – watching the video twice in a week – somebody is telling you something.
    If we can help please give us a call
    C&S

  4. Helen Warburton says:

    Thats twice now this week I’ve watched this video – its a strange feeling watching it as it makes me realise that most of us have got it all wrong. We are brought up being told to work hard and get a good secure career and then we go on to tell our children the same. But are we happy in our careers? Very rarely, yet we pass on the same advice to our children in the vain hope that it will make them happy. In part it makes me feel very sad that I’ve fallen into the same trap as my parents and their parents before them but also very motivated to think – now is the time to change this – its not too late for me or for my children and grandson.! Thank you for showing this video on your site.
    Helen

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