Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Lawrence Bergfeld Bronx, New York, USA

Posted: 2020-02-24

What I learned from this Chapter is that its NOT enough to accumulate money. It's far more important to KEEP YOUR MONEY once you have accumulated it. Robert Kyosaki describes in his book Rich Dad Poor Dad the following: You see a professional athlete earning millions at age 24 and at 34 they are sleeping underneath a bridge. That is why you must choose your five key leaders whom you want to be on a one month cruise WISELY. You do NOT want to have anyone who is having a poverty mindset on your team. Think about this: You go apple picking and you pick 30 apples 🍎. One rotten apple ruins everything!

Same here. Are your teammates going in the same direction as you are with respect to THOUGHTS & FEELINGS. If they are not willing to develop a millionaire mindset, then they do NOT belong in your circle. Lions run with Lions. NOT with sheep!

No matter how much money you have in your bank account. Even six figures or seven figures. If four of your friends are broke you will be number five.

Lets say that someone isn't willing to support you no matter how long you have known them. At least once to be your customer, you can't be friends! Because if they do not do that they would NOT do anything else for you.

That is an example of their character. Which means "How they do anything is how they do everything!" 
 

Lawrence Bergfeld