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“10 Questions for Robert Kiyosaki” by Robert Kiyosaki (Time Magazine, 13 July 2009) The concept behind Time’s 10 Questions is fascinating. For those who are not familiar, Time asks its reader to submit questions for a particular “celeb”, editors pick their 10 favorites, and then those get answered and published. Similar to Letter to the Editor but different.

This latest interview with Mr. Rich Dad, Poor Dad is particularly good. Here’s a sample:

Do you think anybody can be successful in business? Rogelio Gonzales (Brick Township, NJ)

Absolutely. It takes discipline. Most people would like to have a great body like Charles Atlas, but they’re at Burger King wolfing down a Whopper with fries. I don’t know how you can expect to get anything you want without some degree of long-term commitment. Quitting is the easiest thing to do. That’s why most people don’t make it.

Please take a moment and consume the other nine. In terms of insight and inspiration we promise it will be time well spent.

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