Robert Kiyosaki Explains Why a Home Business Is The Perfect Business

Network marketing has gotten a bad rep over the years. Often looked upon as a “pyramid scheme”. Or maybe you’ve heard it described as a “get rich quick scheme”. Granted, there are bad companies out there, but that’s not a reason to lump all network marketing businesses into the same group.

Maybe you are tired of working at a 9-5 job. Perhaps you don’t feel as though your job is very secure. Or maybe you are one of the millions of unemployed individuals out there, already a victim of the recession and corporate cost cutting. In any case, you may want to read Robert Kiyosaki’s book, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”. This is going to give you a start to getting out of the rat race.

The concept of the book is this. Mr. Kiyosaki’s father believed in going to school, getting a good job with benefits, and saving for retirement. He referred to him as his “Poor Dad”. Now, his friend’s father was a very wealthy individual, who he called his “Rich Dad”. And, his Rich Dad could not understand why anyone would want a job rather than starting their own business.

His Rich Dad developed a simple chart called the Cash Flow Quadrant, shown here:

As you can see, on the left side of the quadrant are ‘E’ and ‘S’ people. These are employees (‘E’) and the Self Employed (‘S’). The people on this side of the quadrant will rarely become rich because they are spending their time working for someone else to get a paycheck. However, on the right side of the quadrant are ‘B’ and ‘I’ people. These are the wealthy employers. A business owner (‘B’) starts their own business, but leverages their time by having others work in the business for them. And then there is the investor (‘I’) who leverages both their time and money by investing…letting their money work for them.

In this video, Mr. Kiyosaki explains why network marketing is the “Perfect Business” because it allows someone to own their own business and leverage their time and money for a very nominal start-up fee. You can also find the video on the Home Business Videos page found along the top.

After watching the video, ask yourself if this makes sense to you, then post your feedback in the comments section. And feel free to share this on your favorite social media site.

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