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Kim Kiyosaki Quotes

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Kim Kiyosaki quotes: hear what investor, author, and Mrs. Rich Dad Poor Dad has to say about money, investing, success, and freedom — for the female entrepreneur.

“There are no limits, no ceilings, glass or otherwise, for women in the world of investing.”

“They can read all they want.  They can study all they want.  They can go to seminar after seminar.  But, until they go out and do something — whether it’s business, whether it’s investing — it’s just getting over that first hurdle that counts.”

“Money does not make you rich.”

“Education never stops.  As long as you want to keep growing your investments and expanding your portfolio there are always new levels of learning.”

“If you don’t know where to put your money, it will be gone.”

“A man is not a plan.  A man is not a financial plan.”

“Today, more than ever, we, as women, can no longer depend on someone else, be it our husband or partner, our parents, our boss, or our government, to take care of us financially.”

“Financial independence is about having more choices.”

“I see so many women who are trapped in miserable marriages because they are financially needy or dependent on their husbands; or women who are in jobs they hate because they need that steady paycheck.  In my opinion they stay because they’ve chosen security over self-esteem.  That to me is the biggest crime of all.”

“Whatever you have is a result of what you do.”

“One of the first lessons from Rich Dad that Robert [Kiyosaki] shared with me was this: the key to the ‘I,’ or investor quadrant, is to have your money working hard for you so you don’t have to work hard for your money.”

“My parents were employees.  So, I didn’t know where to start.”

“We took the hard road — the road most people avoid — in exchange for what we anticipated would become the easier road in the future.”

“I want my own business.  I’m not very good at taking orders and I love business, so it seems the solution for me is to have my own business.”

“I’ve learned from many great teachers.  Most don’t even realize they were teachers.  They are business people, investors, writers, parents, and friends.”

“Money can’t make you happy?  Well I can tell you firsthand that no money can make you miserable.”

“My goal was not even to become rich.  My goal was to become financially independent.”

“A lot of what we focus on now is giving the education just to give women the confidence to act.”

“If you don’t take the time for yourself, and you don’t build your business, or you don’t build your wealth, then you’re doing your family a disservice.”

“The rules have changed and it’s time we take control of our financial futures.”

“Being dependent on anyone for your financial life can lead to a reduced sense of self-worth.  You may do things you otherwise would not do if money were no issue.”

“What will truly motivate and drive you to spend the time and effort to become a good investor?”

“Every month we had money coming in from our investments, primarily in real estate, that more than covered our living expenses.  That’s what I mean when I say we were financially free.”

“One of the things I’m most proud of, our best accomplishment, is that we didn’t quit.”

“Tell yourself the truth about who or what you are depending upon for your financial future.”

“We knew that getting jobs would be a step backward.  We had come this far, let’s not quit now.”

“That time of being homeless and broke, was a very difficult time.  In retrospect, it was probably one of the best things that could have happened to us.”

“I have learned: adversity can be one of the greatest gifts of all.”

“I never wanted to be dependent on people for money.”

“If we went for the comfort of a paycheck, we might never have built our business.”

“Sometimes we are so busy putting everyone else first that we lose sight of who we really are and what we want.”

“You cannot have something without doing something to get it.”

“It is only by applying the knowledge after you acquire it that fears will dissipate.”

“Reaching a big dream takes daring, resolve, and old-fashioned guts.”

“If I have to do something every day to generate money to live on then I am not free.”

“I buy and create assets that generate cash flow.  The cash flow from my assets pays for my living expenses.”

“It’s impossible to talk about men, women, and money without talking about sex.  Sex, money, and women are closely interwoven, and often we don’t even see the impact one has on the other.”

“I am not waiting for, or depending upon, the government or government legislation to solve any of my financial concerns.  I do not believe they have the answers that will help you or me.”

“Achieving requires action, and action will open doors you never anticipated.”

“In my mind the person who has the money can tell others what to do.  So I decided early on to be the one making the rules, not being told what to do.”

“Not only do women live longer than men today, but women often marry older men.  That means many women will be widows who will have to support themselves for 15-20 years.”

“We hear what we want to hear.”

“You can prosper, no matter what the economy is doing.”

“Financial education is discovering where you are and what you have financially and then determining where you want to go.”

“My parents have always been wonderful role models for me.  Since I can remember they told me I could accomplish anything I wanted.”

“We were able to retire in 1994 because of our investments.”

“I decided to stop feeling sorry for myself.  I stopped blaming everyone else for my circumstances.”

“As an investor you are in control of your time.  Investing is something you can do part time or full time.  It is something you can do from home, from the office, from anywhere.”

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