Today’s Advice from Rich Dad Asia

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We have the privilege to share with you an advice by our Rich Dad Asia that we got from his facebook fan page at Bellum Tan – Rich Dad Asia. We are happy to post this message with his full permission and support. Please enjoy your reading:

” Think of something new you’ve actually learned in the past week; if you can’t think of anything, get comfortable where you’re at because you’re not going anywhere. To stop learning is to stop living.” – Robert Kiyosaki Love waking up a new day and getting challenge by Mr Robert Kiyosaki.

For everyone needs a coach or mentor that continue to kick them , so if you have not found yourself a coach look for one. What have you learn last weekend if you can’t come up with anything that you have learned than you have wasted a part of your life. Last weekend I have a great lesson learn with open out my eye to a new opportunity. Thinking that you are the best will stop you from learning and stop living. SO look forward to a great week and go learn something new.The best place to learn is to go listen to a seminar as often it is presented by someone who have been there or they have read from the book.

To me this is the lazy way to learn. But if you want to be RICH learn to be LAZY instead of being hard working like going to a library and try to read all the books with great knowledge in it. Why spend so much time reading searching for the right book to read why not wait for someone who have read it and share with you the best part and when you want go in more in depth than go and pick up the book. Or why go and do it yourself and bang yourself into the wall and learn the hard way when you can learn from someone who already being there. Survey also found that the best way to learn is not by reading but by attending talk or getting your hand all dirty doing it. That is why I aways encourage people to play Cash Flow 101 the financial education board game created by Mr Robert Kiyosaki.

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PS: We are going to have Mr. Bellum Tan, Rich Dad Asia and Investment Partner of Robert Kiyosaki to conduct a workshop in Cambodia this upcoming weeks. More information please CLICK HERE 

 

How Bellum Tan became Rich Dad Asia

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Have you ever wondered how Bellum Tan became Rich Dad Asia™? Here is his fascinating story:

Bellum Tan started up as a turnkey contractor in marine and offshore engineering. He had always been entrepreneurial since he was nine. When he was young, he stayed in a kampong, or small village. His family owned about four acres of land and planted many fruit trees, such as rambutan, jackfruit, mango, etc. Often after school, together with his cousins, Bellum would pluck the fruits from the tree, put them in a basket, and roam around the kampong to sell them.

After college, Bellum gave himself five years to work for others as an Employee (E) to learn the trade. While working for others, he was very helpful and volunteered his service to other departments, as he wanted to learn the business as much as he could. Soon, he started his first company, a part-time business. Then success begat success and he became a successful contractor. He was already rich by the time he attended his first seminar with Robert Kiyosaki in 1992.

Life-Changing question

At that seminar, Robert asked the audience one question that Bellum said changed his life: What is the true job of an entrepreneur?

Bellum realized that working hard is not enough. He had built a business by working 18 hours a day. He practically had no time for anything else. And when there’s a problem, he had to go and fix it himself. Like a typical entrepreneur, Bellum did everything himself because no one else can do it better than he could. As he said, it seemed that instead of his employees working for him, he was actually working for his employees. He was, in essence, Self-Employed (S).

In that seminar, Bellum learned that a true business owner should be able to leave his business for several months and come back and still find it running well. The secret to business is systems. Developing systems for all aspects of running the business is the main job of an entrepreneur. This way, he can hire and train employees who can run his business by following those systems.

Becoming a B and I

Today, Bellum’s companies are being operated by his staff. Now, he has more time to run other businesses. In fact, his peers are always surprised he has all the time in the world to have long lunches with them while they hurry off to go back to their office. By understanding and applying Rich Dad principles, Bellum became a true Business Owner (B). With over 30 years experience in operating a group of companies, Bellum has successfully applied Rich Dad to attain financial, time, and location freedom.

Since meeting Robert in 1992, Bellum has since then practiced everything he learned by actively investing in real estate in the early ’90s and has gone into investing with Robert and his team in providing seed funding for a few companies that have successfully gone public, including mining companies. Now, Bellum is classified as a Level-5 Investor as defined in Robert’s book “CASHFLOW® Quadrant”, making him a true Investor (I).

He has honed his investment skills through businesses, real estate, and venture capital funding. So Bellum has successfully moved from the E (Employed) and S (Self-Employed) quadrants to the B (Business Owner) and I (Investor) quadrants.

Ambassador in Asia

In 2002, Robert surprised Bellum by inviting him to become his Rich Dad Ambassador in Asia. Robert initiated that Bellum and his wife Doreen should start RichDad Training (S.E.A) Pte Ltd. Of course Bellum agreed. To him, being the first to be acknowledged by Robert out of the hundreds of thousands of people he has met in Asia to pass on the philosophy of Rich Dad was a great honor. Bellum saw that there was a real need for people in the region to be better educated financially. Cashflow Technologies and Robert appointed and authorized Bellum to conduct CASHFLOW® seminars and workshops in Asia teaching the Rich Dad concept.

Soon, Bellum became so adept at running Robert’s famous  CASHFLOW® 101 board game and seminar that he even created  ”The Singapore Strategy”. He shared this strategy with the Rich Dad organization in Phoenix, Arizona, where he surprised everyone during the “Strategic Conference Seminar” with the millions of dollars created as a result.

CASHFLOW® 101 was created for people starting off from the left of the CASHFLOW® Quadrant: the “E” and “S” side (Employee and Self-Employed). However, Robert Kiyosaki classified Bellum Tan’s strategy as coming from “B” and “I” side of the Quadrant (Business and Investor). In doing so, Bellum brought participants of CASHFLOW® 101 to a higher level, and taught them how to invest from the right side of the quadrant, the side of the rich.

How You Can Get Involved? 

PM Leadership is proud to organize Be Rich Workshop in collaboration with Rich Dad Asia. MISSION and VISION of this event – is to lead average people to other opportunities whilst holding down a day time JOB. How you can overcome the common obstacles to achieve your goal. Also a peep into exactly how the RICH and WEALTHY do it. VISION of a better and RICHER society for an up and coming society like Cambodia. Learn the strategy of the NEW RICH. OLD RICH believe in working hard . New RICH believe in applying the new knowledge and leverage on people , opportunities and money to achieve their WEALTH.
We have shifted from Agriculture to Industries to Information Age. Now we are in the AGE of KNOWLEDGE but KNOWLEDGE without ACTION is USELESS.

This workshop will teach how an AVERAGE people can overcome Obstacles and Limitations to plan for their Financial Future through BUSINESS-STOCK MARKET- REAL ESTATE-COMMODITY.

We invite you to be our guest in the Be Rich Workshop on 18th January 2014 at Sunway Hotel, Phnom Penh.

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Note: This price includes buffet lunch, training materials, and a secret bonus.

For more information please call 023 6364 966 or e-mail: info@pm-leadership.net

This article is partially adapted from http://richdadmanila.com

THE POOR DAD

The author, Robert Kiyosaki, compares his poor dad to the millions of fathers who encourage their sons to do well in school so they could get a good job with a good company. Poor dad believed in the traditional principles of working hard, saving money, and not buying material things that one cannot afford. He believed that having a good job with a solid company is what one should aspire for; hence he expresses disappointment when his son leaves the employ of a large, reputable corporation.

Poor dad looks to education as the passport to success. He held a doctorate degree, went to Ivy League universities, but was always struggling financially. He believed he would never be a rich man and the author points out that this became a self-fulfilling prophecy. Poor dad was more interested in a good education than the subject of money. The author wrote that his poor dad would always say things like, “I’m not interested in money” or “money doesn’t matter.”

The author points out that poor dad was preoccupied with things like job tenure and security, Social Security, vacation and sick leaves, company insurance and salary raises and promotions. The author felt that his poor dad was more interested in these factors rather than on the job itself. This is what the author calls being trapped in the Rat Race. His poor dad worked hard incessantly but somehow never made it ahead financially. Poor dad’s approach to the subject of money was based on working hard to have enough money to pay the bills (in contrast to rich dad’s approach to make one’s money work for him).

Source: http://www.wikisummaries.org/Rich_Dad,_Poor_Dad