April 19, 2020

Introductory punch line of "Rich Dad and Poor Dad" By Mr Rober Kiyosaki

Rich Dad and Poor Dad available on amazon

Hello friends. I hope all of you are doing great, before proceeding for today’s topic let's do a safety share session. There is a lockdown but you must keep your vehicle loaded because in this critical time somehow your vehicle would help you or anybody. Yes, I am Talking about fuel in your vehicle. You must be thinking that we are not allowed to ride any vehicle unnecessarily on the road. Keep in mind emergencies would not knock the door, it suddenly appears anytime and you must have your vehicle ready. So this is the message that I wanted to pass it on.I hope you must have heard about a book called “Rich Dad and Poor Dad” From this book the number of things we can adopt, we can learn and we can bring those things in our life because this book has been proved one of the successful books for many readers and the author Robert Kiyosaki has published poetry in the first chapter and was written by a famous poet Robert Frost. Do you know who Robert Frost is? He was an American poet but initially, his work was published in England. A poem, “The Road Not Taken” is one of the famous poetry that Robert Kiyosaki has published and this poetry has very meaningful thoughts when you listen to it. 
Your intention looking at your work, your path of success will definitely change, so I will read his poetry at the end of this podcast and I would like to talk about a meaningful Punchline in this book so that you get inside of the book and I would love to read it out for you. Many of our parents give good advice no doubt, I have never seen a parent giving any bad advice but some of them became successful in their parenting or some got failed.
So don’t worry! After reading this book, you may get a chance to parenting again and prove yourself one of the best parents to your kid.
Yes, and that is in this book. Most of the parents will learn how to shape their kids in the proper direction or many of them who have already read this book are dusting talks. There is a punchline that makes us think twice or out of the box. We take our child to a very expensive school thinking that one day he would come out becoming one of a businessman or a celebrity or a doctor or engineer. But most of the time it did not happen. Mr. Kiyosaka only asks this question at the beginning of his book,
“Does school prepare children for the real world?
When any amateur becomes a surgeon and passes his degree out with 1st class but has poor practical knowledge then he won’t be a successful surgeon.
Thus Mr Kiyosaki makes us realize how important it is to understand this advanced world and changing the education system as per the requirement. He said that we as a human constantly bring the change but the education system is not getting that required change since.
Mr. Kiosoka says that we are trapped in Rat Race, well written, “Rich Dad and Poor Dad” with practical examples of how to get out of Rat Race.
What is Rat Race?It is defined as “go to a good school, get good marks, get hired by a good company, a better job than your neighbor and earn a lot of money.”
Below quote is a perfect example,
Study hard and get good grades and you will find a high paying job with great benefits.

Every parent says that. The first chapter of the book ends with Mr Robert Kiosaki’s favorite poem written by Robert Frost.

The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged into a yellow wood
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth.
Then took the other as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear,
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same.
And both that morning equally lay
In leaves, no step had trodden black,
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads onto way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence,
Two roads diverged in a wood,
I took the one less traveled by
That made all the difference.

This poetry ends and gives a message that a road or path when we choose decides our future. And the path that we don't choose is called “The Road Not Taken” and that made all the difference.

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