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Are you handcuffed to the idea that you need a job to be wealthy?
While traditional education sets an early foundation for your literacy, it does not make you competent to make informed decisions that involve all your financial resources. Without a know-what and a know-how, you’ll find yourself 70 years old and still living the most average life, if not broke.
And with a pandemic that continues to threaten the dollar and puts us in a deep recession, how do you intend to survive without so much as financial education?
Robert Kiyosaki, author of best-selling personal finance book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, gets in-depth with Peter Voogd about how the book came to be. Robert is an investor, entrepreneur, and a celebrated financial literacy advocate.
Robert Kiyosaki sold over 40 million copies of his Rich Dad, Poor Dad financial book series which changed the way tens of millions of people view and use money. He is known for his compelling communication style which appeals to all ages, making him a New York Times Best Seller for over 6 years and the most popular financial literacy activist.
Tune in to this week’s intense, value-packed podcast where Peter sits down with best-selling author Robert Kiyosaki of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad series to talk about how being stupid and almost flunking out of school made them actual millionaires!
In this episode, you will learn...
--> The primary reason most people aren’t wealthy is because they went to school. (PETER VOOGD quoting ROBERT KIYOSAKI)
--> The economy's between this ear and that ear, you know. There's the world out there. But the real crisis is between your left ear and your right ear, and your heart. — ROBERT KIYOSAKI
--> I'm not gonna change Wall Street. I'm not gonna change the Fed. But I can change me. — ROBERT KIYOSAKI
WHEN WILL YOU GET OVER YOUR FEARS OF BEING EXTREMELY WEALTHY?