Rich Dad, Poor Dad – What the rich teach their kids about money, that the poor and middle classes do not

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This “sod it, I’m going to try” period didn’t really get off the to the best of starts.  The intention was there but the action was just need a bit of oomph behind it.

I’ve just finished a contract job and set aside the period of holiday pay I’d built up to spend a few weeks working on my business plan.

Week 1 – not much happened, which I didn’t mind because I needed a little break to recharge but by the end of it, I was aware that there needed to be some progress soon.

So for Week 2 – I arranged catch-ups with a couple of friends made through past work who a chat with would provide some inspiration (and letting them in on what I was doing would ensure questions on my following through will occur), booked myself on some seminars and MOOCs to get the juices flowing.  A…

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad – What the rich teach their kids about money, that the poor and middle classes do not

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