The mistake adults make when looking at the future is that they see the future from their own eyes.
On a flight from London to New York, I sat next to a high-level executive from IBM. After we got to know each other, I asked him, “How do you prepare for the future?” His reply was, “The mistake adults make when looking at the future is that they see the future from their own eyes.
That is why so many adults cannot see the changes that are coming. If you want to see how the world will be in ten years, just watch a fifteen-year-old boy or girl. Observe the world from their eyes and you will see the future.
“If you can let go of your vision of the world and actually see the world from a younger person’s point of view, you will see a much bigger world, a world filled with tremendous change and an abundance of opportunities yet to come.
There are business and investment opportunities coming that will create bigger fortunes than the automobile did for Henry Ford, oil did for John D. Rockefeller, computers did for Bill Gates, and the Internet did for the young founders of Yahoo, Google and Facebook.”
I then asked, “Will we soon see a high school teenager become a self-made billionaire?”, his reply was “I’d bet money on it.” If you rich today because you missed the last boat leaving the dock, do not worry. Another boat to the land of riches and opportunity is getting sail.
The question is: Will you be on it? The above passage was taken from Robert Kiyosaki‘s book, Retire Young, Retire Rich. 2017 has arrived,
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