ROBERT KIYOSAKI – Rich Dad, Poor Dad – How To Invest In Yourself – Part 1/2 | London Real

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Robert Kiyosaki is an entrepreneur, educator, and investor, best known as the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad—the #1 personal finance book of all time.

He has challenged and changed the way tens of millions of people around the world think about money.
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32 thoughts on “ROBERT KIYOSAKI – Rich Dad, Poor Dad – How To Invest In Yourself – Part 1/2 | London Real”

  1. Inside the matrix:
    Money=alien stuff
    Accounting/finances=BOOOORING! Let's search something on netflix

    HOLY SH*T!!! I just got the bitter taste of things like 30 mins ago. Now I get it!

  2. So much wisdom available.
    So little the percentage of us leaving the keyboard to explore the world of opportunities.

    Lao Tzu said that "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step"
    Neil Armstrong might object that not every step is the same…

  3. Ideas that shake us: I struggle with some topics, however, I enjoy discussing them. No matter what that topic is, how hard it is to discuss, that open and respectful conversation is vital and healthy.

  4. Great and inspiring, but I dont see why so many big entrepeneurs dont want to pay tax. Isnt it an honor to be able to contribute so much to society financially? The world would look great without tax if every person voluntarily gave some lf his earnings to the greater whole.
    Do I understand correctly that the school system could be changed soon, since Trump is cowriting this financial book, and as part of the government he has influence on what is being taught in school.

  5. The sad truth is that most of the youth generation are investing their money the wrong way. I witness that on social media; endless partys, fast-fashion clothing, etc. Even if they earn a pretty decent salary, they are mostly living like a poor man winning a million dollar at the lotery.

  6. I always thought there was something wrong with school and the news agencies. Why won't the government let us innovate mass renewable energy and life changing technologies? Why do they persist to enslave people?

  7. Who is Jim Records? James Reckards? What's correct name that keeps getting mentioned? Just want to know more about people that Robert Kiyosaki talk about.

  8. I’ve always said that the world is run by “A” and “B” students that WORK FOR the “D” and “F” students. Which ones are stupid? Our education system is broken.

  9. I'm with this guy 100%. God never said hate money. The LOVE of money is the root of all evil means a person's selfish intent to gain money; the acts are immoral and unfavorable. For example, Judas betraying Jesus for 30 pieces of silver; this was not necessary; he was the treasurer of Jesus' ministry. Another, how the tax collectors in the bible were charging more than necessary; people cheating people out of money for personal gain.

  10. ‘Gold is the tears of God, gold is Gods money!’ ~ Robert Kiyosaki

    I found an e-commerce company around 2 years ago that allowed me to exchange trash (paper currency) for physical gold bullion and today we offer gold backed crypto, and an assortment of other potentially appreciating assets. I get paid to help people learn the difference between assets vs liabilities, and grow spiritually as leaders and helpers of humanity! I love your episodes that have Mr Kiyosaki, Mr Penã, and I’m hoping to see Mike Maloney some day! Thank you Brian!!!!!

  11. The essence is for brain motivation, charging like a bat3 that is running down. Solomon sought God for wisdom but in return he obtain wealth and assets as at that decade. The principle of making wealth is in God's word "seek first the kingdom of God"…

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