Final Lessons From The Cashflow Quadrant™

This post concludes my summaries from The Cashflow Quadrant™ by Robert Kiyosaki. Twelve years after it was first published this book continues to be one of my favorites. While it has not sold the number of copies Rich Dad Poor Dad sold I personally think the message is more important for anyone wanting to be a Business Person or Investor.

The final step in “The 7 Steps To Finding Your Financial Fast Track” is
Step 7: The Power of Faith

Robert had been told by a guidance counsel at school “he would never amount to anything”. How wrong she was! And how lucky we all are that he never bought that story. If he had he may never have gone on to become one of (if not the) leading financial educators of all time.

This final step is about having faith in yourself.  Robert did not do well at school but together with his wife Kim has gone on to be a very wealthy man. Why? – Because he believe in himself. I have been blessed to have known Robert and Kim for more than 18 years and they have worked as much on themselves as they have on their businesses.

Robert says “for those of you who are considering embarking on your own financial fast track, you may have some doubts about your abilities. All I can say is trust that you have everything you need right now to be successful financially. All it takes to bring out your natural God-given gifts is your desire, determination and a deep faith that you have a genius and gift that is unique.”

Robert advises us to be aware of our words. If you are going to make changes you need to be aware of your thoughts and words. What you think is your responsibility. He says “believe in yourself and start today!”

In summary
I hope you have enjoyed reading my summaries from The Cashflow Quadrant™ as much as I have enjoyed writing them. I have read the book many times and always continue to learn from it. If you have not read it I highly recommend you do. I also recommend you play the game Cashflow.

I am grateful for having had the opportunity to learn from Robert Kiyosaki. He has been one of my greatest teachers.  Thank you Robert.

Please leave me your comments below.

7 thoughts on “Final Lessons From The Cashflow Quadrant™

  1. Joanie

    Hey Sue, great blog you have here. Good work. You have been busy.
    Lot of great content. Also wonderful picture of you……Thanks.

    1. Sue Post author

      You are correct Mika it is the book that followed Rich Dad Poor Dad. Robert wrote that one first then his second book was Cashflow Quadrant. I am very fortunate to have known Robert for over 20 years and worked with him. We published his books in Australia and New Zealand. He is an amazing man.