In Robert Kiyosaki’s “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” a powerful lesson unfolds through a simple yet profound story
About child asks his father about the path to be riches? Instead of offering direct advice, the father points to another figure in their lives, Mike’s dad. Puzzled, the child questions why he should ask Mike’s dad and not his own.
The father’s response is a golden nugget of wisdom: “I am not a rich man; he is. He can guide you. It’s crucial to seek advice from those who have walked the path you aspire to tread.” The father’s response is a golden nugget of wisdom: “I am not a rich man; he is. He can guide you.
Before asking advice you should be sure
1-ensure the person is the right fit for your goals.
Seeking guidance from those with substantial experience in the felid you ask about
2-Ensure that your chosen mentor or advisor possesses the capabilities to guide you effectively, ensure he have proven track record of success.
3-In the journey to success, seeking advice from the right sources is akin to navigating with a reliable map. Robert Kiyosaki’s story teaches us the importance of choosing mentors wisely—those who not only have the knowledge but also the willingness to guide others on the path to financial prosperity