Recently I was watching the Today Show on NBC and there was an interview that included one of my favorite authors, Robert Kiyosaki (author of Rich Dad Poor Dad) and Donald Trump (the man who needs no introduction).The thing that caught my attention were remarks by host Meredith Vieira who asked about the title of a new book Trump and Kiyosaki had written, Why We Want You to Be Rich. Remarkably, Vieira said “why would you gentlemen want others to get rich, that means less money for you.” Trump responded jokingly, “everyone is getting my money” or something of that effect; both responded to her statement by saying that the middle class is quickly disappearing which will have a horrible affect on a Democratic country such as the US. Meanwhile, they let her horribly fallacious statement stay out there, that some how, wealth is a finite resource and that people only get more money by taking money from others. This “win-lose” philosophy (in contrast to “win-win”) is exactly the reason why many people don’t even attempt to be successful. How are they going to compete against a Trump?Wealth is not limited, there is plenty to go around. There are more… Read full this story
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