Improving Your Financial IQ with Rich Dad Poor Dad Co-Author Sharon Lechter

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The wealthiest people in the world either make their money in real estate or hold their money in real estate. On today’s episode, we talk Sharon Lechter, co-author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, world renowned speaker, and entrepreneur, on how to transition from an employee mindset to being an entrepreneur. We also make a special announcement you won’t want to miss!

It’s not what you do for your paycheck that determines your future, it’s what you do WITH your paycheck. We discuss with Sharon her journey to founding and selling top financial literacy businesses, how to immerse your children in financial experiential learning, ways to overcome the fear and taking the first step, and the power of assets and how they become the economic engines that work for you even when you’re not. Sharon also shares with us her new book, Exit Rich, which shares how to set up your business to operate without you and generate wealth for generations to come.

Sharon Lechter is internationally recognized as a financial literacy expert, keynote speaker and business mentor. She is a New York Times Bestselling author, successful entrepreneur, philanthropist, and has enjoyed a 35-year career as a licensed CPA. She has advised two US Presidents on the topic of financial literacy. Sharon co-authored the international bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad and 14 other books in the Rich Dad series. Sharon

is currently launching her newest title, Exit Rich to support

entrepreneurs in building value and scalability in their businesses so they can

be in the position of greatest potential. www.exitrichbook.com/buy

On today’s episode, we discuss a ton with Sharon including:

  • The power of being on the right side of the cash flow quadrant and a business owner or investor
  • How failures and mistakes do not define us
  • How your personal success equation will propel you to success
  • Way you can create assets out of your personal experiences
  • Why you should be teaching others through your lived experiences

Books/Resources

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Cash Flow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki

Exit Rich by Sharon Lechter

Contact Information

http://www.sharenlechter.com/

info@sharonlechter.com

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