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This book is about playing by the new rules of money, but to do so requires increasing your financial intelligence and your financial IQ. After reading this book, you will be better able to determine if it is better for you to play by the old rules or the new rules of money.
Finding Your Financial Genius Chapter nine of this book is about finding your financial genius by utilizing all three parts of your brain. As most of us know, the three parts of our brain are the left, right, and subconscious brain. The reason most people do not become rich is because the subconscious brain is the most powerful of the three parts. What if you lose your money? What if you make a mistake? Simply said, to develop your financial genius it is important to first know how to get all three parts of your brain to work in harmony rather than against each other.
This book will explain how you can do that. In Short Many people believe that it takes money to make money.
This is not true. Always remember that if you can lose money investing in gold, you can lose money in anything. Ultimately, it is not gold, stocks, real estate, hard work, or money that makes you rich—it is what you know about gold, stocks, real estate, hard work, and money that makes you rich. Ultimately, it is your financial intelligence, your financial IQ, that makes you rich.
Please read on and become richer by becoming smarter. Chapter 1 What Is Financial Intelligence? When I was five years old, I was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery. As I understand it, I had a serious infection in my ears, a complication from chicken pox.
Although it was a frightening experience, I have a cherished memory of my dad, my younger brother, and my two sisters standing on the lawn outside the hospital window waving to me as I lay in bed recovering. My mom was not there. She was at home, bedridden, struggling with a weak heart.
Within a year, my younger brother was taken to the hospital after falling from a ledge in the garage and landing on his head. My younger sister was next. She needed an operation on her knee. And the youngest, my sister Beth, a newborn baby, had a severe skin disorder that continually baffled the doctors.
It was a tough year for my dad, and he was the only one out of six not to succumb to a medical challenge. The good news is that we all recovered and lived healthy lives.
The bad news was the medical bills that kept coming. My father may not have become ill that year, but he did contract a crippling malady—overwhelming medical debt. At the time, my dad was a graduate student at the University of Hawaii. Now with a family of six, a mortgage, and high medical bills to pay, he let go of his dream and took a job as an assistant superintendent of schools in the little town of Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Just so he could afford to move our family from one island to another he had to get a loan from his own father. It was a tough time for him and for our family. Although he did achieve tremendous professional success and was finally awarded his doctorate degree, I suspect not realizing his dream of becoming a college professor haunted my father until his dying days.
At the age of fifty, he was suddenly unemployed. Soon after the election, my mom suddenly died at the age of forty-eight due to her weak heart. My father never recovered from that loss.
Once again, money problems piled up. Without a job, he decided to withdraw his retirement savings, and invested in a national ice-cream franchise. He lost all his money. Without his job as the head of education, his identity was gone.
He grew angrier at his rich classmates who had gone into business, rather than education as he did. My fat-cat classmates get richer, and what do I get? I believe it was because he was trying very hard to become rich quickly and to make up for lost time. He wound up chasing flakey deals and hanging out with fast-talking con men. None of his get-rich-quick ventures succeeded. If not for a few odd jobs and Social Security, he might have had to move in with one of the kids.
A few months before he died of cancer at the age of seventy-two, my father pulled me close to his bedside and apologized for not having much to leave his children. Holding his hand, I put my head on his hand and we cried together. Not Enough Money My poor dad had money problems all his life.
No matter how much money he made, his problem was not enough money. His inability to solve that problem caused him great pain up till he died. Tragically, he felt inadequate, both professionally and as a father. Being from the world of academics, he did his best to push his financial problems aside and dedicate his life to a higher cause than money. He did his best to assert that money did not matter, even when it did.
He was a great man, a great husband and father, and a brilliant educator; yet it was this thing called money that often called the shots, silently hounded him, and, sadly, towards the end, was the measure he used to evaluate his life.
As smart as he was, he never solved his money problems. Too Much Money My rich dad, who began to teach me about money at the age of nine, also had money problems. He solved his money problems differently than my poor dad. He acknowledged that money did matter, and because he realized that, he strove to increase his financial intelligence at every chance. To him that meant tackling his money problems head-on and learning from the process.
Having two dads, one rich and one poor, I learned that rich or poor, we all have money problems. The money problems of the poor are: 1. Not having enough money. Using credit to supplement money shortages. The rising cost of living. Paying more in taxes the more they make. Fear of emergencies. Bad financial advice. Not enough retirement money. The money problems of the rich are: 1. Having too much money.
Needing to keep it safe and invested. Not knowing whether people like them, or their money. Needing smarter financial advisors. Raising spoiled kids. Estate and inheritance planning.
Excessive government taxes. My poor dad had money problems all his life. My rich dad also had money problems. His problem was too much money.
Which money problem do you want? Poor Solutions to Money Problems Learning at an early age that we all have money problems, no matter how rich or how poor we are, was a very important lesson for me. Many people believe that if they had a lot of money, their money problems would be over. Little do they know that having lots of money just causes even more money problems. One of my favorite commercials is for a financial services company and starts with the rapper MC Hammer dancing with beautiful women, a Bentley and a Ferrari, and a grossly oversized mansion behind him.
In the background, high-end specialty goods are being moved into the mansion. We all have heard of lottery winners who win millions and then are deeply in debt a few years later. Or the young professional athlete who lives in a mansion while he is playing and then lives under a bridge once his playing days are over.
Or the young rock star who is a multimillionaire in his twenties and looking for a job in his thirties. Or the rapper who is peddling financial services that he was probably already using when he lost his money. Money alone does not solve your money problems. That is why giving poor people money does not solve their money problems. In many cases, it only prolongs the problem and creates more poor people. Take for instance the idea of welfare.
All you had to do was qualify for the poverty requirements to receive a government check—perpetually. If you showed initiative, got a job, and earned more than the poverty requirement, the government cut off your benefits.
In many cases they ended up with less money than before they had a job, and less time. The system benefited those who were lazy and punished those who showed initiative. The system created more poor people.
The world is filled with hardworking people who have no money to show for it, hardworking people who earn money, yet grow deeper in debt, needing to work even harder for even more money. Education does not solve money problems.
The world is filled with highly educated poor people. A job does not solve money problems. For many people, the letters J. There are millions who earn just enough to survive but cannot afford to live. Many people with jobs cannot afford their own home, adequate health care, education, or even set aside enough money for retirement. What Solves Money Problems? Financial intelligence solves money problems. In simple terms, financial intelligence is that part of our total intelligence we use to solve financial problems.
Some examples of very common money problems are: 1. How do I find the money to fix it? What should I invest in? Unfortunately, if our financial intelligence is not developed enough to solve our problems, the problems persist. Many times they get worse, causing even more money problems. For example, there are millions of people who do not have enough money set aside for retirement.
If they fail to solve that problem, the problem will get worse, as they grow older and require more money for medical care. Like it or not, money does affect lifestyle and quality of life—as well as afford conveniences and hassle-free choices. The freedom of choice that money offers can mean the difference between hitchhiking or taking the bus.
When your financial intelligence grows, you become richer. If you do not solve your money problem, you become poorer. If you do not solve your money problem, that problem often grows into more problems. In fact, you will become poorer the longer the problem persists. Rich dad used the example of having a toothache to illustrate what he meant by a problem leading to other problems. If you do not handle the toothache, the toothache makes you feel bad.
If you feel bad, you may not do well at work because you are irritable. Not fixing the toothache can lead to further medical complications because it is easy for germs to breed and spread from your mouth. One day you lose your job because you have been missing work due to your chronic illness. Without a job, you cannot pay your rent. If you fail to solve the problem of rent money, you are on the street, homeless, in poor health, eating out of garbage cans, and you still have the toothache.
I realized at a young age the importance of solving problems, and the domino effect caused from not solving a problem. Many people do not solve their financial problems when they are small and at the toothache stage. Instead of solving the problem they make it worse by ignoring it or not solving the root of the problem.
For example, when short of money, many people use their credit cards to cover the shortfall. Soon they have credit card bills piling up and creditors hounding them for payment. To solve the problem, they take out a home equity loan to pay off their credit cards. The problem is they keep using the credit cards. Now they have a home equity mortgage to pay off and more credit cards.
To solve this credit problem, they get new credit cards to pay off the old credit cards. Feeling depressed because of mounting money problems, they use the new credit cards to take a vacation. Soon they cannot pay their mortgage or their credit cards, and decide to declare bankruptcy. The trouble with declaring bankruptcy is that the root of the problem is still there, just like the toothache. The root of the problem is a lack of financial intelligence, and the problem caused by a lack of financial intelligence is an inability to solve simple financial problems.
Rather than address the root of the problem—spending habits, in this case—many ignore the problem. The same is true for your financial problems. While these examples may seem extreme, they are not uncommon. The point is that financial problems are a problem, but they are a solution as well. If people solve problems they get smarter.
Their financial IQ goes up. Once smarter, they can now solve bigger problems. If they can solve bigger financial problems they get richer. I like to use math as an example. Many people hate math. This is an example of how one small problem can turn into one big problem. On the other hand, if you diligently practice solving math problems, you become more and more intelligent, and able to solve more complex equations.
After years of hard work, you are a math genius, and things that seemed hard before are now simple. The Cause of Poverty Poverty is simply having more problems than solutions. Not all causes of poverty are financial problems.
They can be problems like drug addiction, marrying the wrong person, living in a crime-ridden neighborhood, not having job skills, not having transportation to get to work, or not being able to afford health care.
For example, one of the causes of low wages is high-paying manufacturing jobs moving overseas. Today there are plenty of jobs, but they are in the service sector, not manufacturing. Fifty years ago, it was possible for a person without much education to do well financially. Even if you had only a high school degree, a young person could get a relatively high-paying job manufacturing cars or steel.
Fifty years ago, the manufacturing companies provided health care and retirement benefits. Today, millions of workers are earning less, while at the same time needing more money to cover their own medical expenses and save enough for retirement. Every day these financial problems are not solved, they grow bigger. And they stem from a larger national problem that is beyond the power of the individual to change or solve. They stem from poor economic policies and cronyism. This was a poor economic policy that changed the rules of money.
It is one of the biggest financial changes in the history of the world, yet few people are aware of this change and its effect on the world economy today. In , the U. There is a big difference between money and currency. The word means movement. In overly simple terms, a currency needs to keep moving. If it stops moving, it rapidly loses value. If the loss of value is too great, people stop accepting it.
If people stop accepting it, the value of the currency plummets to zero. After , the U. Historically, all currencies eventually go to zero. Throughout history, governments have printed currencies. During the Revolutionary War, the U. It was not long before this currency went to zero. After World War I, the German government printed a currency in hopes of paying its bills. Inflation exploded and the German middle class had its savings wiped out.
In , frustrated and broke, the German people elected Adolf Hitler to power in the hopes he would solve their financial problems. Also in , Franklin Roosevelt created Social Security to solve the money problems of the American people.
Although very popular, Social Security and Medicare are financial disasters about to erupt into massive financial problems. If the U. This is not a future problem. It is happening now. According to a recent report by Bloomberg, the U. Bush took office in January When the rules of money changed in , savers became losers, and debtors became winners. A new form of capitalism emerged. Under the old rules of capitalism, it was financially smart to save money.
It makes no sense to park your currency. In the new capitalism, currency must keep moving. If a currency stops flowing, it becomes worth less and less. A currency, like an electrical current, must move from asset to asset as quickly as possible. A currency must move quickly to acquire real assets with real value because the currency itself is rapidly declining in value. Prices of real assets such as gold, oil, silver, housing, and stocks inflate in price because the value of the currency is declining.
Their inherent value does not change, only the amount of currency it takes to acquire them. In the new capitalism, it actually makes more sense to borrow today and pay back with cheaper dollars tomorrow. The U. When you cannot change a system, the only way to succeed is to manipulate it. Because of the change in money, housing prices have soared as the downloading power of the dollar has plunged.
Stock markets rise because investors are seeking safe havens for their dollars. In reality, the downloading power of the dollar goes down as the net worth of homeowners appears to go up.
Higher home prices and lower wages, however, make it harder for young people to download their first home. If young people do not recognize that the rules of money have changed they will be far worse off than their parents as the U. Another Change in the Rules of Money Another change in the rules of money occurred in They guaranteed the retiree a paycheck for as long as the retiree lived. As you probably already know, that is not the case any longer.
Pension plans that pay an employee for life are called defined benefit, or DB, pension plans. Today, very few companies offer these plans. They are simply too expensive. After , a new type of pension plan emerged, the defined contribution DC plan. Today such plans are known as k s, IRAs, Keoghs, etc.
Simply put, a DC plan has no guarantee of a paycheck for life. You only get back what you and your employer contribute. The newspaper USA Today found in a survey that the greatest fear in America today is not terrorism, but the fear of running out of money during retirement. One of the reasons for this pervasive fear can be traced back to the change in the rules of money. And the fear is valid.
If schools teach anything about money, they teach kids to balance their checkbooks, pick a few mutual funds, and pay bills on time—hardly enough financial education to handle the financial problems we face. Underfunded retirement plans will be the next major U. Government Safety Nets? This lack of a secure financial future led to Social Security and Medicare, government safety nets created to solve financial problems for people who do not know how to solve their own problems.
Both plans are bankrupt. Medicare is already operating in the red. Social Security will soon be operating in the red. In , the first of 78 million baby boomers begin to retire, and most of them do not have enough retirement income to survive on. According to the U. This is a big problem that needs financial intelligence to solve.
Throwing more money at the problem will only make it worse. It may even collapse the entire system of funny money, sending the dollar closer to zero. Why the Rich Get Richer That the rules of money changed, that those changes make you poorer, and that they are out of your control may seem unfair. And it is. The key to becoming rich is to recognize that the system is unfair, learn the rules, and use them to your advantage. This takes financial intelligence, and financial intelligence can only be achieved by solving financial problems.
The rich see financial problems as opportunities to learn, to grow, to become smarter, and to become richer. The rich know that the higher their financial IQ, the bigger the problem they can handle, hence the more money they make. Instead of running, avoiding, or pretending money problems do not exist, the rich welcome financial problems because they know that problems are opportunities to become smarter.
That is why they get richer. Many feel they are victims of money. Many feel they are the only ones with money problems. They think that if they had more money, their money problems would be over.
Little do they know that their attitude towards money problems is the problem. Their attitude creates their money problems. Their inability to solve, or avoidance of them, only prolongs their money problems and makes them bigger. Instead of becoming richer, they become poorer. Instead of increasing their financial IQ, the only thing the poor increase is their financial problems. Instead of solving the money problem, they think they can outsmart their money problems.
The middle class will spend money to go to school, so they can get a secure job. Most are smart enough to earn money and put up a firewall, a buffer zone, between them and their money problems.
They download a house, commute to work, play it safe, climb the corporate ladder, and save for retirement by downloading stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. They believe their academic or professional education is enough to insulate them from the cruel, harsh world of money. Many are valued employees. They have experience. They earn enough money, and have enough job security. Yet deep down they know they are trapped financially, and they lack the financial intelligence to escape from their office prison.
They look forward to surviving fifteen more years when, at age sixty-five, they can retire and then begin to live, on a leaner budget, of course. Most lack financial education, which is why most tend to value financial security rather than take on financial challenges.
Instead of becoming entrepreneurs, they work for entrepreneurs. Instead of investing, they turn their money over to financial experts to manage their money.
Instead of increasing their financial IQ, they stay busy, hiding in their offices. This book is about those five financial intelligences. This book is also about integrity. That is not what I mean when I use the word. Integrity is wholeness. When the rich have money problems, they use their financial integrity, developed through many years of facing and solving problems with the five financial intelligences, to solve those problems.
They seek out experts who can help them solve their problems. In the process, they become financially more intelligent and are that much more equipped to solve the next problem when it comes around. They learn. And by learning, they grow richer. A lawyer protects the rich person from other lawyers and lawsuits. Most people go home and are faced with many problems, money being one of them. If a person fails to handle his or her money problems at home, the problem, like a toothache, leads to other problems.
Many of the poor and middle class work for the rich and then fail to solve their own money problems at home. Instead of looking at financial problems as opportunities to get smarter, they go home, sit in the lawn chair, have a drink, put a steak on the grill, and watch TV. He liked school. He did well in school, and felt safe.
He obtained higher degrees, and became a PhD. With advanced degrees, he looked for a higher-paying job. He tried to outsmart his money problems by becoming academically and professionally smarter, but failed to become financially smarter. He was a welleducated, hardworking man. Unfortunately, being well-educated and hardworking did not solve his money problems.
His money problems only grew bigger as his income went up because he avoided financial problems. He tried to solve his financial problems with academic and professional solutions. Many people thought he did what he did only to make more money. In reality, he did what he did because he loved financial challenges.
He looked for financial problems to solve, not just for the money, but to make him smarter and to increase his financial IQ. Rich dad often used the game of golf as a metaphor to explain his money philosophy. My financial statement is my scorecard. Money and my financial statement tell me how smart I am and how well I am playing the game. As he got older, he got better at his game.
His financial IQ went up and the money poured in. Playing the Game In the following chapters, I will go into the five financial intelligences people need to develop if they want to increase their financial IQ and achieve financial integrity. While developing the five financial intelligences may not be easy and may take a lifetime to develop, the good news is that very few people know of the five financial intelligences, much less have the drive to develop their financial IQ and improve their score.
Just by knowing these intelligences you are better equipped than 95 percent of society to solve your money problems. Personally, my days are dedicated to increasing the five financial intelligences. For me, my financial education never stops. At the start, my process to increase my financial IQ was difficult and clumsy. There was a lot of failure, a lot of money lost, a lot of frustration, and a lot of personal doubt. At first, my classmates made more money than me. Today, I make much more money than most of my classmates.
While I do enjoy the money, I work primarily for the challenge. I love learning. I work because I love the game of money, and I want to be the best I can be at my game. I could have retired a long time ago. I have more than enough money. But what would I do if I retired? Play golf? Golf is not my game. Golf is what I do for fun. Business, investing, and making money is my game. I love my game. I am passionate about the game. So if I retired, I would lose my passion, and what is life without passion?
Who Should Play the Game of Money? Do I think everyone should pay this game of money? My answer is, like it or not, everyone is already playing the game of money.
Rich or poor, we are all involved in the game of money. The difference is some people play harder, know the rules, and use them to their advantage more than others.
Some people are more dedicated, more passionate, more committed to learning and to winning. When it comes to the game of money, most people are playing—if they know they are playing at all—not to lose rather than playing to win. If you are, then read on. This book is for you. If you are not, there are easier books to read and easier games to play. For just as in the game of golf, there are many professional golfers but only a few rich professional golfers.
In Summary In and , the rules of money changed. These changes have caused massive financial problems worldwide, requiring greater financial intelligence to solve them. Unfortunately, our government and schools have not addressed these changes or the problems. So the financial problems today are monstrous.
In my lifetime, America went from the richest country in the world to the biggest debtor nation in the world. Many people hope the government will solve their financial problems. I do not know how the government can solve your problems when it cannot solve its own money problems. In my opinion, it is up to individuals to solve their own problems. The good news is that if you solve your own problems you get smarter and richer. The lesson to be remembered from this chapter is that, rich or poor, we all have money problems.
The only way to get rich and increase your financial intelligence is to actively solve your money problems. The poor and middle class tend to avoid or pretend they do not have money problems. The problem with this attitude is that their money problems persist, and their financial intelligence grows slowly, if at all.
The rich take on financial problems. They know that solving financial problems makes them smarter, and increases their financial IQ. The rich know that it is financial intelligence, not money, that ultimately makes you rich.
The rich have the problem of too much money. Both are real and legitimate problems. The question is, which problem do you want? If you want the problem of having too much money, read on. They are: Financial IQ 1: Making more money.
Financial IQ 2: Protecting your money. Financial IQ 3: Budgeting your money. Financial IQ 4: Leveraging your money.
Financial IQ 5: Improving your financial information. Paperback Verified download. I would not recommend this book to anyone looking for financial advice. He is really good at saying it can be done, but does not tell you how. The whole book is about how he did it, but not what steps you should take or even ways to learn what can be done.
Then you need this book! A must read for anyone who wants to understand how to leverage and generate more income without "finding a better paying job" This book perfectly describes the various ways to make an income Learning is one thing, but to be inspired to make changes you need to take that information and turn it into an action plan is a rare quality to find in a finance book.
I have had the pleasure of rereading this book a few times since downloading it, and find just as much value each time I browse through the chapters.
There is so much information in it that it is easy to overlook things, which makes the thought of re-reading it exciting. This book is definitely valuable to keep in your library, and not just rent or borrow.
Loved this book. I think many people who read Robert's books are looking for a "how-to" guide to getting rich or acquiring more money, yet they skip the first and most important step - becoming the kind of person who deserves wealth. Because honestly, if you haven't accomplished that first and most vital step, while you may still acquire wealth, it will never stay with you or bring you real happiness.
This book goes into more detail on the kind of person you need to become and the personal changes you need to undertake before you can ever hope to become truly wealthy and successful. I would suggest reading this book slowly and taking every word of it very seriously, using a lot of critical thinking, analysis, and not overlooking the subtleties within the text that give you valuable insight into the thought process a very wealthy, successful and well-known man.
I have always admired Robert because he actually takes the time and effort to try and educate other people on how to become more successful and wealthy in many ways, whereas many who achieve wealth may become recluse or self-serving.
You are always lucky to have someone who has been there, done that and is willing to share their experiences, helping to smooth out our path towards similar goals. Overall, I would highly recommend this book to my friends, my family, and you. Another great book by Robert Kiyosaki. I started with Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and this book is the continuation of Roberts examples and explanations on why people are where they are financially and how they can progress to a wealthy lifestyle.
In this book, Robert describes the four quadrants Employee, Self-Employed, Business Owner and Investor , what each of them can expect of their lives, and the best part is: I absolutely love this book, it's easy to read, and easy to understand. It's also easy to implement and gives you the courage to try. Robert continues what we're taught in Rich Dad Poor Dad, but in more depth.
All 4 mindsets are needed in society, but the ones that know how all 4 quadrants work and take action to be a B or I, are the ones that gain financial freedom. Great book. If you like Robert's books you'll like this a lot. You have to understand that Robert is the mindset king. He never, EVER gives you a how-to. There are lots of those books out there. He is specifically a way of thinking book series in all of his books. His writing is plain and straightforward. If you read his original book this provides a more detailed expansion on it.
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