The 90/10 rule according to Kiyosaki, throughout history, 90 percent of the money has been made by 10 percent of the population. For example, 10 percent of the athletes have 90 percent of the money raised by all athletes. This is one of the rules of money that rich dad taught me. One reason because the 90/10 rule has been applied is that 90 percent of people choose comfort and security instead of being rich. Most of these people do not perform changes to be rich. (Similarly see: Western Union Company). While the 90/10 rule is still maintained, you are being challenged by changing circumstances introduced by the information age. Thanks to the electronic revolution, it is possible now that increasingly more people have access to the world of wealth, wealth now lies in information that flies on the radio waves and through television and computer networks.
The information is not limited to a few, such as resources on lands in the past. The Internet embodies this new path to wealth, since it allows the masses gather information and interact with each other in almost complete freedom. Today it is possible for people to take their ideas and, with the help of this new medium, creating products or services to your around. Network marketing, the sale of consumer goods, investment, advertising agencies are only a handful of the thousands of online activities that have put in place for aspiring entrepreneurs and experienced investors. We have only begun to see what kind of world is possible in this new era of information, but I’m going to bet on that in the near future, the pressure of the information age will break the 90/10 rule. It has never been easier to choose to be rich. Times are changing quickly, and if you want to be rich, your approach to money and investment has to change too.