Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Inspiring

Just finished reading the book Rich Dad Poor Dad. I liked it. He made a lot of good points & the reason I agree that they are good is I’m already doing some things he suggests to do and thinking the way he suggests to think. I was just thinking: I’ll spend time reading the inspiration & experiences & learning of someone else, I’d better spend time recording my personal inspiration & experiences & learning. Especially since I know better what’s best for me & what I realize is specific to my application.