"Life pushes you around"
Some people just give up and quit every time life pushes them. Others take the opportunity to learn.
Stories have always been important to us. They are told for a number of reasons: to impart information, to illustrate a point, to teach, to convey humor, create fear, etc. We all like hearing stories. Especially, stories of success.
|Seemingly perfect shot...|
He stood at the right corner of this memorable shot. He ranked first in my own list of Friends Forever Forbes Magazine's most affluent batch mates. lol...
|Mr. Rez Contrivida and his ammunition|
The mail particularly seemed to have something: a sense of urgency. He asked me to share my point of view about the story "RICH DAD POOR DAD"
First, it was vague and astonishing to me. I have had a girlfriend before but never been a 'dad'. He sent some details regarding it, and later on found it so interesting and fresh.
Gist: the book is a story of a person who has two fathers; the first was his biological father: the poor dad and the other was the father of his childhood best friend, Mike - the rich dad. Throughout the book, the author compares both fathers - their principles, ideas, financial practices and degree of dynamism and how his real father - the poor and struggling but highly educated man, paled his rich dad in terms of asset building and business acumen. New and different definition was also made in certain chapters: Self-confidence is one of the biggest things that hold us back in life, while Boldness, is the thing that gets us ahead.
|Ming bugling graph|
|Rez, Prez and Baby Maxenne|
Don't ask me whether you're a rich dad or not!!!
You certainly are...