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I Finished Rich Dad Poor Dad...Small Steps?

Rich Dad Poor Dad is one of the most famous self-help books ever. It's been on my list of things to read, or rather listen to since I listen to audio books. I want to be rich, but so do most people. This book has been criticized as being very philosophy heavy and not big on concrete direction. I mostly agree. I will hopefully have a more detailed view on it here at some point, but I want to share one of the most important takeaways. 

We have to sharpen or minds. We need to keep learning new things. I am fortunate that as a fighting game player, I'm technically always learning something. The book itself stresses that we must continue evolving ourselves, learning new things that add value to our person. Starting next month, I hope to learn at least one new thing a month. I might refine my excel knowledge, maybe PowerPoint. I do want to learn basic photo and video editing as well. I'm thinking of using a combination of Skillshare and YouTube. I will keep you posted on status and direction. What about you? Is there something you want to learn? There's never a bad time to increase your knowledge. Let's go out and learn, so we can be the ones doing the boning, and not getting boned.

Get boning!

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