Are You In The Right Cashflow Quadrant

I still remember when I first learned about the different Cashflow Quadrants, and began looking back at my own path.

I started out, like most do in the E quadrant, as in Employee. The upside to being in this quadrant is the regular paycheck. The downside is that you’re at the mercy of your employer, they choose your hours, your wage, your vacation time, your place of work etc. This is where the majority of people are, and is also the hardest quadrant to get ahead in. Very few people ever achieve a level of financial freedom in this category, and those that do generally have the golden handcuffs on that keep them from having true freedom.
Learning About The Other Cashflow Quadrants Changed My Life

Today I had a meeting with a lady that inspired this post. I’ll continue my own story of moving through the Cashflow Quadrants after the video. Be sure to watch the video first because I share some important concepts that I believe you’ll find valuable.

Working My Way Through The Cashflow Quadrant

Last week I attended an evening presentation on leadership, and the topic of the Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki came up.

And again, earlier today while I was reading there was a section discussing the Cashflow Quadrant and why moving from the left side of the quadrant to the right side affords people more freedom and options in life.

I started reflecting on my own journey through the Cashflow Quadrant and decided to record this quick video to share my story in hopes it will help you see how you too can escape the Rat Race and move through the Cashflow Quadrant onto the right side of the diagram.