Robert Kiyosaki is an entrepreneur and the author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, the #1 bestselling personal finance book of all time. In his talk, he discusses the power of financial education and how it relates to income inequality. Best known as the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki has challenged and changed the way tens of millions of people around the world think about money. He is an entrepreneur, educator, and investor who believes the world needs more entrepreneurs.With perspectives on money and investing that often contradict conventional wisdom, Robert has earned an international reputation for straight talk, irreverence, and courage and has become a passionate and outspoken advocate for financial education. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍ted.com/tedx
Nothing new really, throughout history, has not this always been the case
why do you want to be rich?
Good video to save and share.
Because of the different birth dates rich became richer !!!!
Kiyosaki this is the worst kind of communism.
I disagree with the emphasis on closing various types of gaps. If this means some groups or individuals accelerate away from others, so be it. It is my understanding that we benefit greatly from the culture and technology which largely comes from those with Westen values and who have IQs over a 120. So I'm not okay diverting academic resources away from those that are cognitively gifted just so you can close gaps. Also, schools will naturally exacerbate inequities because individuals that are fast learners (high g) will accelerate away from the low g students. Schools don't need to close all the gaps. Don't throw all your money at the smart kids, and don't throw all your money at the slow ones either. It is especially important that you don't throw all your money at the students that are learning English as a second language. It is extremely important that we slow down immigration because they tax our academic resources with ESL programs and so forth, when the money could instead be spent on those that have a heritage and history living here legally. I'd hate for music, robotics, or archery classes to be diminished or eliminated so as to allow funding for lots of special ed and ESL courses.
Robert kiyosaki is the father of financial education 🤝🤝
The problem is now we have a bunch of investors living off of the people who are working for low wages!
What he hasn't said is that someone has to do the work!
So while some poor beggar works for minimum wage, he collects a piece of what would have been their salary!
the good thing about him is that, even himself he's aware of his ADHD symptoms and oh boy there's a lot of stuff that doesn't work on adhd brain that normal/neurotypical people do, simplifying stuff and knowing how to get what you need is the planning that people with ADHD is challenged to learn and if you do then boom your hyperfocus as adhd is blooming.
This guy is a tool
Robert Kiyosaki made his money out of books, not business. Would you really take advice for business from someone that did not succeed in business?
Aside from the money they already have (which obviously makes it easier for them to make even more), i think the reason is because some people are getting up everyday with the intention of gathering as much money as they can. In contrast "regular" people are just trying to live their lives/raise their children, they will never be rich because that is just not their goal in life.
My mentor. He is one of the best teachers i have ever seen. Who teaches value of money
It’s just words and common sense but he doesn’t tell you how to get rich.
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If you want people to be more self-sufficient, stop hoarding and stealing all the means of production and wealth. Same as racism by the way- if you want a racial group to actually stop talking about race, stop attacking their racial characteristics and accept them as fellow citizens. Pretty simple if you think about it
Best book ever