The meditation-and-the-brain research has been rolling in steadily for a number of years now.
Although a lot of the earlier studies were flawed and yielded unreliable results, more recent reviews have pointed out many of these flaws with the hope of guiding current research into a more fruitful path.
So in the previous posts, I shared some quotes from some of Stoicism’s major leaders – Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, and Seneca.
If you don’t know what stoicism is, and if you want to know who these people were, check out part 1 of this 5 part series of articles: What Is Stoicism And How It Can Help You Become A Better Trader
First of all, I want to say this: When people usually think of “philosophy,” they think talking or lecturing, or even reading long, dense books… So their eyes glaze over. It’s the last thing they want, let alone something they need. Especially not in trading.
But this is naive.
Last month I just re-read Robert T. Kiyosaki’s classic book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. This is a book I strongly suggest you read for its unique depth, especially when it comes to wealth building, money management, and attitude towards money in general.
In this post, I’m sharing with you 25 inspiring and lesser known quotes I found in the book that will help you gain insight into the way you think about wealth creation.
90% of you will read the title of this post, and think you’ve figured out the content.
55% will read the blog post for 15 seconds or less.
Only about 10% will read it thoroughly.
But what’s at play here?