“It’s not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for.” – Robert Kiyosaki
We live in a world where doctors are broke and janitors donate millions upon their death. If you make $400,000 a year, but also spend $400,000 a year and invest nothing, you’re still broke. Focus on how much you keep and how you’ll invest it instead.
Robert Kiyosaki, entrepreneur, investor, and author of the book Rich Dad Poor Dad, a must-have book for anyone interested in the world of finance, suggests to save or invest money as an important part of our future.
Evidently, money doesn't increase by itself. Working hard is just the first of several steps we need to follow to make constructive all our work. We should investigate some efficient ways to keep our money save and multiply it.
If we generate a balance between how much we earn, how much we spend, and how much we save or invest, our capital will significantly increase and we will be able to plan a future with enough money to not worry about this anymore.