Do You have a Plan B?
“Rich Dad Poor Dad”, considered by many to be the #1 Personal Finance book of all time, written by Robert Kiyosaki. The book explores the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.
Recently, headlines across the nation have caused fear and stress. We hear of bank failures, layoffs, the housing crisis and student loan debt on a regular basis. It is no wonder that we have a large mistrust of the financial industry.
Of course, you already know this. But here’s what you may not know; none of this is really news. Sure, it took a major economic crisis for people to start waking up to the fact that their livelihoods were at risk. Your income didn’t become at risk overnight – it is always at risk.
Most of the U.S. population has been living for years on the knife-edge precipice between solvency and ruin, relying on the next paycheck or two to meet each month’s expenses, typically with only a very thin cushion of cash savings – or more often, no cushion at all.
Life is tough. The question is what are you going to do about it? Moaning and groaning won’t secure your future. Neither will blaming Wall Street, the big bankers, corporate America or the government.
If you want a solid future, you need to create it. You take charge of your future only when you take control of your income source. You need to own your business. I found something that has assisted me take control of my future and create a great “Plan B” and I would like to share it with you.
The link below offers you an opportunity to take hold of that future and create your own business.