Me and my friend, Cy was just hanging out at Spicy Fingers at Greenbelt last Saturday and he shared to me the four kinds of people you meet in school, work, business or in short almost everywhere.
It came from Robert Kiyosaki's upcoming new book, "The Business of the 21st Century". Though it hasn't been released here in the Philippines, somehow my friend saw a short review of it.
The book was about network marketing and why it's the best business model of the 21st century. The book also shares some ideas about network marketing and this four kinds of people determine the people that you
may meet or invite for you opportunity.
The first person is the "R" person or what Robert Kiyosaki calls as the RIGHT PERSON. I don't mean as the right person but the person who always wants to be "RIGHT". Yes, this person will always be "RIGHT", no matter what. Unfortunately, I have friends who are like this and sometimes I enjoy debating them but sometimes they are iritating as well. Obviously, this people has a lot of pride for themselves and the have a tendecy to be a know-it-all person.
"If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich?"-Ben Branch
The second person that you may come across in office or business is the "C" person or Comfortable person. I should know this well because I was once like this. This person when they feel that are doing something outside the usual or outside what they are comfortable, they would usually complain and whine. This people will usually find excuses or reasons just to stay where they are happy and less stressed.
"Comfort kills! If your goal in life is to be comfortable, I guarantee two things. First, you will never be rich. Second, you will never be happy. Happiness doesn’t come from living a lukewarm life, always wondering what could have been. Happiness comes as a result of being in our natural state of growth and living up to our fullest potential."-T.Harv Eker
The third person you may meet is the "L" person or People pleaser. This person always care what other people may think of them. Everything they do is for pleasing other people. How can you have your own life if your goal is to please other people?
"If you care what the neighbors will think, you will never get rich."-Felix Dennis
Lastly, the "W" people or the Winners. This people will always aim to win, no matter what. They win in there family life, friends, work, businesses almost anything.
"What separates the winners from the losers is how a person reacts to each new twist of fate."-Donald Trump
Fortunately, I am a winner. I only associate with people who are winners. How about you?