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Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by Distinct123: 8:02pm On Aug 01
uprof:
its my pleasure
can you walk me through the basic training on business development training
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by uprof(m): 6:39am On Aug 02
Distinct123:
can you walk me through the basic training on business development training
yes now if you are ready to learn
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by Distinct123: 7:37pm On Aug 02
uprof:
yes now if you are ready to learn
yes I'm
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by Abimloaded(m): 12:03am On Aug 03
OP, you're doing a great and fantastic job here.

When I saw the topic of this thread, I suspected something like this would be the content and I wasn't surprised when the book Rich Dad Poor Dad was mentioned.

That book has changed my thinking about a lot of things and it's really helping. I never knew a book like that existed not until my oga in the office asked me a question about having a car as an asset or a liability. Then he explained how a car could be an asset and then a liability. He recommended I read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad and I did read that book.

A book worth reading because it reeks a lot of financial education which is one major thing missing in the society and not too many people have discovered the knowledge that book carries.

Welldone OP, I'm actually following this thread.

Some other books that'd guide you in finance education are;

The Monk who sold his Ferrari.
Richest Man in Babylon
The Millionaire next door.

Once again, nice one.
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by uprof(m): 6:49am On Aug 03
Abimloaded:
OP, you're doing a great and fantastic job here.

When I saw the topic of this thread, I suspected something like this would be the content and I wasn't surprised when the book Rich Dad Poor Dad was mentioned.

That book has changed my thinking about a lot of things and it's really helping. I never knew a book like that existed not until my oga in the office asked me a question about having a car as an asset or a liability. Then he explained how a car could be an asset and then a liability. He recommended I read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad and I did read that book.

A book worth reading because it reeks a lot of financial education which is one major thing missing in the society and not too many people have discovered the knowledge that book carries.

Welldone OP, I'm actually following this thread.

Some other books that'd guide you in finance education are;

The Monk who sold his Ferrari.
Richest Man in Babylon
The Millionaire next door.

Once again, nice one.
wao! I love your commendation and the book you recommended. I have read those books.

We all need to bring financial education closer to the people. A word can shift the mind to start a new course in the pursuit of financial freedom

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Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by Abimloaded(m): 8:19am On Aug 03
uprof:
wao! I love your commendation and the book you recommended. I have read those books.

We all need to bring financial education closer to the people. A word can shift the mind to start a new course in the pursuit of financial freedom

Apt. No truer words have been said. Only those who are ready though. Some prefers to acquire liabilities thinking it's assets and purposely for the sake of flaunting.

That mentality.
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by uprof(m): 7:10pm On Aug 03
Abimloaded:


Apt. No truer words have been said. Only those who are ready though. Some prefers to acquire liabilities thinking it's assets and purposely for the sake of flaunting.

That mentality.
exactly
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by Distinct123: 6:43am On Aug 04
uprof:
yes now if you are ready to learn
yes I'm! how do we get started?
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by uprof(m): 8:15pm On Aug 04
Distinct123:
yes I'm! how do we get started?
I'm going to recommend a book of personal finance.
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by Distinct123: 6:35am On Aug 05
uprof:
I'm going to recommend a book of personal finance.
OK! how long will that take?
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by uprof(m): 8:13pm On Aug 05
Distinct123:
OK! how long will that take?
two weeks
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by Distinct123: 6:21am On Aug 06
uprof:
two weeks
what is the name to the book?
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by uprof(m): 5:31pm On Aug 06
Distinct123:
what is the name to the book?
The richest man in the Babylon
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by Distinct123: 6:58am On Aug 07
uprof:
The richest man in the Babylon
who wrote the book?
Re: 5 Habits That Make People Stay In Poverty For Life by uprof(m): 5:20pm On Aug 07
Distinct123:
who wrote the book?
George S Clason

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