I just purchased a book entitled Rich Dad, Poor Dad at the turn of the year. A must have book for everyone who wishes to start the year right. The book is more than its worth by giving inspiration and knowledge to its readers. My hats off to Robert T. Kiyosaki, a Japanese-American salesman, for shedding the light and making me excited to get off the rat race. Giving great tips on how to handle your cashflow and managing one's risks. They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks. But, hey, it's worth a try. "Remember the Alamo?"