Bonus FAQs Anything is difficult if you do not know how to do it. Take walking for example. A baby struggles to learn to stand, falling down many times. Yet once they learn to stand, they want to walk, then run. Once a baby knows how to run, he or she can take on the world. Explanation I recommend starting in the S quadrant, then moving to the B, and then the I quadrant. It is the same process as a baby learning to stand, then walk, then run. FAQ Why don’t most entrepreneurs make it to the B and I quadrants? Short Answer Lack of discipline. Explanation Success requires discipline. More success requires more discipline. Most entrepreneurs want to do their own thing or do things their way, so they never make it out of the S quadrant. The B quadrant requires more rules and more discipline. The most disciplined quadrant is the I quadrant. It has the most rules and the least freedom. FAQ Why does the I quadrant have the least freedom? Short Answer Because you’re using OPM, other people’s money. Government regulations are extremely strict when you use OPM. In the United States, there are agencies like the SEC, the Securities and Exchange Commission, that regulate and monitor I-quadrant activity.
by Rich Dad, Robert Kiyosaki