The True Measure Of Wealth According To Robert T. Kiyosaki

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Are you wealthy, or do you think you’re wealthy? You might think if you earn a million dollars or six figures through a salary that, you are wealthy. According to Robert T. Kiyosaki, this isn’t true wealth. The average person would find this salary a good stinking deal.  Robert challenges you to rethink this. And here’s why. A person is more likely to have expenses that exceed their high salary. Even though they’re earning a good amount of money, their expense loads make it to where that money disappears instantly. People habitually nullify their high salaries by spending more than their income…....

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Destiny S. Harris Destiny S. Harris' ultimate goal is to positively inspire, cultivate, elevate, and educate the minds of individuals across the globe through her writing. She focuses on personal finance, entrepreneurship, and self-improvement. With over 500+ books published to date, creating (whether it is books, articles, poetry, or music) has always been Destiny's thing, not to mention health & fitness. Destiny published her first book, "Beauty Secrets for Girls" at age 11, and her second book, "Don't Wait Until It's Too Late" at age 12. Destiny obtained three degrees from the University of Georgia (Go Bulldogs!) in Psychology, Political Science, & Cultural Studies. She also started her own music teaching business at the age of 14, which she led for over ten years. In addition, she has been teaching academic, career, and personal development topics to thousands of students and readers since 2004. Outside of writing, Destiny loves and enjoys a few other things: bodybuilding, reading, football, personal finance, traveling, dogs, food, classic movies, Jurassic Park, scenic views, plants, and nature.