Sharing of few things

April 8th marks a milestone in not only my life, but Kim’s, and everyone around who help to support Rich Dad.

Today, I want to share a few things I’ve learned over the last two decades.

The importance of intuition
My biggest mistakes, not just as an investor but in life, are the times when I didn’t trust myself—when I allowed people to persuade me to take actions that I didn’t agree with but went along with anyway. It’s times like these, when I’m not true to myself, when I go against what is congruent with my thoughts and beliefs, that get me into the most trouble.

A team is so incredibly important
This isn’t something I necessarily learned in the past 20 years, but I learned just how true it really is. With fame and success comes a dark side that not many people will ever know. A team you can trust is one thing I will never again be without.

The strength in one’s character
In order to succeed, you must first have integrity to do the right thing, and second, have the fortitude to continue moving forward even in the face of failure. Those who lack strength of character quit in the face of failure. Those who have strength of character get stronger in the face of failure by learning and adapting for the next opportunity.

Fast forward to today…
There is nothing I would do differently because every day brings new lessons to learn.

To making life better,

– Robert Kiyosaki

Thanks and regards,

Seth Simon Mwakitalu

Entrepreneurship Consultant and Lifestyle Trainer

Email: seth.mwakitalu@creativeminds.or.tz

Tel: +255 754 441325 or +255 714 051174

Skype:seth.simon.mwakitalu

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