Robert Kiyosaki’s Top 10 Rules For Success – Volume 2 (@theRealKiyosaki)

Robert Kiyosaki’s Top 10 Rules For Success – Volume 2 (@theRealKiyosaki)

– Yeah. People always dump on,
what do you call it? The fast food industry. If I had to do it again,
I’d go work for McDonald’s. You don’t like to live
below your means, do you? – No. – No, and I think when
you say to somebody, “Live below your means,”
you wipe their spirit out. Look, I have an unfair advantage. I went to war. And at war, I’m alive because
other guys died for me. – He’s the author of one of the bestselling
business books of all time, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. He has challenged and changed the way that millions of people around the world think about real estate and money. He’s also an investor who’s put his money into several business ventures. He’s Robert Kiyosaki, and here is my take on his top 10 rules for
success, volume two. Rule number four is my personal favorite, and I’d love to know which
one you guys like best. Also, as you’re watching the clips, if you hear something that
really resonates with you, please leave it down in the comments below and put quotes around it so
other people can be inspired. As well, when you write something down, it’s much more likely
to stick with you, too. Enjoy. (loud whoosh) (orchestral music) – You wake up tomorrow morning,
and you’re on the street. And you have nothing. You don’t have a single
contact in your network. All you have is the knowledge and experience that you’ve
had throughout your career. How do you build up from there? – Well, I’ve been there, many times. So it’s no big deal. You just figure out
what’s needed and wanted and you go do it. People always dump on,
what do you call it? The fast food industry. If I had to do it again,
I’d go work for McDonald’s. And the reason I’d go work for McDonald’s, whether it’s seven bucks an
hour or 15, I don’t really care. (coughs) I don’t really like McDonald’s food, but they have the best
business systems in the world. How else can a company take virtually non-college educated people and build a fast food
industry across the world? And they have the best system. So right inside a little McDonald’s, you can learn everything you
need to learn about business except for the management side of it. So, I’d just go work at McDonald’s so I could learn even more. So I look at life as learning. I’m constantly learning. I’m reading constantly,
studying constantly. I spend most of my time
with entrepreneurs. I don’t spend my time with people who complain about the economy. So nothing would really change. I’d just go back to being an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs have one thing in common. They keep going. They’ll change the rules. They’ll reinvent the rules. They don’t just take one answer. So a real entrepreneur, really it makes no difference
which country you’re in. That’s my belief. – I love that. – You know what I mean? It’s just a mindset. It’s F you. You mess with me, I’ll
find a way around it. I have a friend, he’s
multi-multi-multi family rich guy from France, and France
is as communistic as it gets. – 75 percent top line for
million dollar earners. – Yeah, but that’s why he lives here. – Yeah. (laughs) – He started buying
vineyards in Napa and Sonoma, so he went back to the
French government and says, it’s his wine, he says,
“I want to ship my wine “in bulk to California.” And the government says,
“You can’t do that.” – This is the French government
saying you can’t ship– – Yeah, and here’s a guy who’s, I think its five
generations, French wine guy. This guy is an entrepreneur entrepreneur. He says, “Okay, I can’t
ship it in barrels.” The guy goes, “Yeah. He says, “Okay, I’ll ship it in bottles.” (laughing) So he bottled all of this stuff. It cost him more money, but he still figured out how to do it. – Creativity. – Do you know what I mean? And now he has his wine with his California wine and all this, and so he went back to the
French government and said, “Here, try this. “See if it’s not better.” And so now they’re all confused, because he didn’t break any rules. So I’ll say it again. Entrepreneur is a mindset
first, a skillset, and rules, and depending upon
whether you’re an employee or a small business,
the rules are different. The mindsets are different. The skillsets are different. ‘Cause I’m one of those kids
that didn’t like school. School is good for people who like school. But here was my poor dad,
head of education, PhD, on the governor’s board of
Hawaii and all this stuff. And as a kid, me, I’m
flunking out of school ’cause I can’t read, I can’t write. It’s not that I couldn’t
read, I couldn’t write. I was bored out of my mind. I was just, “Hey.” So what I did instead was,
that’s when I met my rich dad, who was my best friend’s father,
and he used these things. It’s called a game. You see, games are the
best teaching tools. See, when I’m playing this game, this is how the rich taught
their kids battle strategies. It’s called chess. My rich dad taught me to be
a rich man playing Monopoly. We played Monopoly hour
after hour after hour. The formula for great wealth in Monopoly is four green houses, one red hotel. So today in Arizona, I
own 8,000 green houses and several red hotels. I just play Monopoly for real. So that’s the power of a game, because a game engages me mentally, physically, ’cause I
actually have to move things, emotionally, ’cause when
somebody knocks me out, (coughs) I better wake up. I made a mistake. And spiritually, ’cause
it’s spirit that wins. Now if you just saw
Golden State play the– – [Interviewer] Wasn’t that something? – Oh. I mean, I love Lebron
James, I love Cleveland, but one guy cannot take on a team. And I think Lebron scored
60 percent of all the points and assists and all that,
but a better team beat ’em. So when you look at business,
business is the same thing. Business is a team sport. I have to have good
accountants, good attorneys, good marketing guys, good tech
guys, (coughs) great staff. I have to have great leaders. The trouble with most entrepreneurs, they’re self employed,
so they quit their job. And in America today, the SBA, the Small
Business Administration, says there’s 28 million small
business owners, 28 million. 24 million are classified
as non-employers. They’re a one man team. They’d be like this guy saying, “Okay, I’m going to take you on.” Are you crazy? But that’s what most
entrepreneurs are trying to do. ‘Cause that’s what they’re
taught to do in school, to be the rugged individual. In school, I was very successful as long as I could cooperate at test time, but in school, cooperation at
test time is called cheating. In the real world, the guys
that have the biggest team win. So all I focus on is putting
the best team together. Meanwhile, a lot of time,
the A students in school, they’re the doctors and lawyers, they’re sitting there all by themselves. They’re sitting ducks. But they’re entrepreneurs. Do you know what I mean? It’s just a mindset, tactics, strategy. I went to military school. I’m a former marine. So I think like a military
operation, which I love chess. So most entrepreneurs, they have this job. They’re, “Okay, I’m going
to be an entrepreneur.” And these guys just massacre ’em. ‘Cause they went to school,
they learned to get a job, and they take tests on their own. They have to be the smartest. That’s like the Lebron James. I don’t want to be the
smartest guy in my team, but I want to have the best team. And that’s why I win most of my games. – That’s great. – I think like this, and
the doctors think like this. I’m going, “Yeah, I
got you, man.” (laughs) For some reason, I get this
sense I’m going to win. (laughs) So the other thing with when people say, “Live below your means,” you don’t like to live
below your means, do you? – No. – No, and I think when
you say to somebody, “Live below your means,”
you wipe their spirit out. It’s like saying to somebody, “If you want to lose weight,
go on a starvation diet.” It doesn’t make you
healthier to starve yourself. So I would rather get
financially educated. That’s why I read your books, ’cause this is my greatest asset. I want to feed my brain so
that I can expand my means without getting into excessive debt or where I start to lose, because debt, you could
say, is a two edged sword. But telling somebody to live below your means
is almost inhumane. I never felt good doing it. I wanted to strive to do better. Every day, I want to do better every day. I liked a good life. Like I tell the story of taxiing underneath your jet. I was in my jet, but it
was a little Learjet. I look up and there’s a
727, and I taxi under it. I said, “Holy mackerel.” It’s big boys and their toys, but nonetheless, it inspired me. I said, “Okay, I’m in a Learjet now. “It’s time to step up.” And it doesn’t mean the
jet will make me happier. What makes me happier is
the wanting to get better, to get smarter, to do better. – [Interviewer] If you did not have the rich dad in your life,
what would you be doing today? – It’s hard to say if I didn’t
have my rich dad, because as a young kid, starting at probably about the age of five, six, seven, eight, nine, I really wanted to be rich. So I think number one is desire, and then you naturally seek
your role models and teachers. And in my lifetime, I’ve
had multiple rich dads. My rich dad was my best friend’s father starting the age of nine, and then today, I still seek mentors and
wise men and wise women because that’s how you get wiser, is by hanging out with smart people. – Everyone says finding
good real estate is hard when you’re getting started. What’s the value of a good
network and good partnerships? – Well, I’ll say it again. In 1973, I came back from Vietnam, and I was a pilot out there. And I took a real estate course. It was $385, three days long. And that was a lot of money back then. I was only making $500 a
month, so 385 was all I had. And the instructor at the end
of the program said to me, he said, well to the whole class
of about 30 of us, he says, “Your education begins now
that you leave the class. “You didn’t get educated
while in the class.” So his assignment was that
everybody, or 30 of us, we had to pair up in
team, get up in teams, two or three to a team, and we’re to look at 100
properties in 90 days. And he says, “Don’t buy anything. “Just look at 100 properties. “Do your evaluation of each property. “Write a short blurb about it,
why it’s good, why it’s bad.” And he said, “At the end of
90 days and 100 properties, “then you make up your mind “if you’re going to buy something.” He says, “If you haven’t found
one property in 100 deals, “you start again.” You start again with another 100. And that’s why most people are not rich, is they’re not willing to
go through that process of looking at 100 deals to find one deal. And there’s sometimes, and you and I know, you look at a lot of frogs
to find one princess, but when you find that one
princess, everybody goes, “Oh, well how did you get so lucky?” Well, I looked at a dirt
dogs out there, you know? And that’s like anything in life. You don’t marry the first
man or woman you meet. Hopefully you kiss a couple
of ’em before you do. My last paycheck, I still
remember it clearly, it was one of the worst and
the best days of my life. And I was in Puerto Rico,
I was working for Xerox, and my boss gave me my
last, it wasn’t a paycheck, it was a bonus check. I think it was about 30,000 bucks. Taxable is the only problem with that. So I get this check, and
I went, “Holy mackerel.” You know what I mean? So I was excited, but
I was also disturbed. And so this other guy comes
up to me, his name was John, and John says to me, he says,
“You’re going to be back.” I said, “Why?” He says, “‘Cause you’re going to fail.” I looked at him and said,
“Look,” a few expletive words, because that’s what he did. He left Xerox, failed, and he came back. I said, “Look, duh-duh-duh,
you failed and you came back, “but I’m going to fail,
and I’m never coming back,” and that’s the attitude. Do you know what I mean? If you say, “Well if I fail, “I’ll go back to Mommy and Daddy,” then that’s what you’ll do. So if you fail, that’s when
I became an entrepreneur, because I had no money. I had no money for years. I didn’t have a paycheck. But that’s what my rich
dad encouraged me to do. He says, “When you don’t
have this paycheck, “you get hungrier, smarter, “and it’s a test of your character.” Will you become a crook? Will you become dishonest? Will you cheat and steal? Or will you become a better human being? So really, that’s the benefit
of becoming an entrepreneur, is you really find out who you are when you don’t have anything. If you’re an entrepreneur and you’re going to be a big entrepreneur, leadership skills and communication skills are more important than a law degree. I have another book that just came out. It’s called The Eight Lessons
in Military Leadership. In the military, I went to
military academy and all that. From day one, you’re learning leadership. Day one at the academy, I have to stand in front of 20 18 year old kids
and go, “Section, ten-hut.” And naturally, they’re
going to say, “Screw you.” So that’s when you learn to be a leader. Now as you said to me when we first met, the trouble with the military,
you get a little rough. (laughing) I had a hard time when
I came back from Vietnam and I went to work for Xerox. People didn’t like that I’d call ’em an asshole and a
fuckhead, stuff like that. – Every other word is a
curse word in the military. – Yeah. “Hey fuckhead, do this.” (interviewer laughs) But the don’t… (gasps) “I’m going to call in the HR person.” I better make some changes here. You know what I’m talking about? – Of course I do. – You can’t talk straight
in corporate America. – In the military you can. – You have to. – Yeah. – And they love it. – Yeah. You actually get promotions
if you do it in the military. – When I got called names, I
said, “Oh, the guy likes me.” (laughs) So that’s why if all you guys
who are military veterans, you have probably the number one skill to be an entrepreneur,
which is leadership, the ability to listen, to
not take it personally, and still get the job done. It is the best training in the world. The saddest thing about
leaving the military was leaving the guys behind there. They were some of the best in the world. They weren’t all college graduates. They were just my gunners, my
mechanics, and all this stuff. – Comradery is priceless. – Oh, jeez, it’s priceless. – Comradery is priceless. – And so all I did when I
started at the Rich Dad company was to have that same sense
of teamwork inside Rich Dad. That’s why there’s no ranks and all of that stuff in this company. Everybody gets to say
what they want to say. People are free to do what they want. I stay out of their way,
and we get the job done. Well, the Midas Touch is five
things you must remember. Number one is the thumb, which
is strength of character. You fail, stand up. Don’t lie, don’t cheat, don’t. Just stand up, own it, keep going on. Strength. This is focus, the index finger. This is where I’m going. And I talk about how I
went to flight school and was preparing to fly in Vietnam. People are shooting at you. You still got to stay
focused on your target, even if you get killed in the process. This one everybody knows. This is what you stand for. So Donald stands for the absolute wealth, and what I stand for is very
simple, financial education. Keep it simple. Teach people to manage their money. So I stand for that, and I
don’t ever get off that track. The ring finger is for relationships. If somebody is struggling financially, be it a company, a country, or a marriage, it’s because you have a bad relationship. The thing that Donald
and I always say is that you can’t do a good
deal with a bad partner. And God knows I’ve had some bad partners. And they’re just incompetent, but they want to pretend they’re smart. And then the little one
is the little finger. Every entrepreneur must do
something that nobody else does. For example, in the United States, Walmart, their whole system
of business is designed to give you the lowest
price possible, everything, whereas a little mom and pop store, they’ll say, “Well, they
put things on sale.” That’s not the same thing. FedEx does overnight. That was their whole thing. They built the company
around that little promise. Domino’s Pizza in America was
pizza in less than 30 minutes. So the entire business was built around one simple, little promise. And those are the things that make entrepreneurs extremely rich or extremely poor if they
don’t have those five. – [Interviewer] Is there a time to bail out on a project,
though, I mean when– – That’s not in my vocabulary. Look, I have an unfair advantage. I went to war. And at war, I’m alive because
other guys died for me. When you see stuff like
that, how can I quit? Most guys are just
wimps, pussies, cowards. They don’t have it, so
they should get a job. – Thank you guys so much for watching. I hope you enjoyed it, and if you haven’t checked out Volume One, I think you’ll enjoy that as well. I’d love to know, what
did you learn from Robert today in this video that’s
going to have the biggest impact on you, on your life, or your business? What immediate change
are you going to make after watching this video? I’d love to hear from you. Please leave it down
in the comments below. I also want to give a quick
shoutout to M.D. McGill. Thank you so much for
picking up a copy of my book, Your One Word, and taking that picture and posting it on Twitter. I really appreciate the support, and I hope you enjoy the read by the pool. So thank you guys again for watching. I believe in you. I hope you continue to believe in yourself and whatever your one word is. Much love. I’ll see you soon. (loud whoosh) – Very important diagram
my rich dad showed me when I was a little boy was a diagram known as
the cash flow quadrant. And the quadrant is made up
of the four different people who make up the world of business. So my rich dad said, “In
the world of business, there’s Es, and Es stand for employees.” “An employee,” he says,
“You can always tell “who they are by their core values.” And what what the employee, whether the president or
the janitor of the company, will always say the same words. The words are, “I’m looking for “a safe, secure job with benefits.” That’s what makes them an employee, ’cause their core values are security. The other one of the four is the S, or the small business
owner or the self employed. And again, their core
values will ’cause them to use the same words, which are, “If you want it done
right, do it by yourself.” S means they’re also solo. They’re generally a one person
act or operate by themselves. On the right side of
the quadrant are the Bs, and what rich dad said the B
stood for was big business, or like Bill Gates. Forbes defines big business
as 500 employees or more, and their words are different. They say, “I’m looking for a
good system, a good network, “and the smartest people I
know to help run my business.” They’re unlike the S. They don’t want to run
the company by themselves. They want smart people to
run their companies for them. And then the fourth of
the quadrant is the I, and I stands for investor. These are people who have
money work hard for them. These people are people who
have people work hard for them. And these are the people that
work hard for the rich here. And the thing of note here is that most people who go to school are programmed for the E and the S side. For example was my poor
dad, who always said to me, “Son, go to school so you can
get a nice, safe, secure job.” And so my poor dad wanted
me to be an employee, and since the time I was a kid. “Get a safe, secure job,
steady paycheck, and benefits.” I didn’t want to be an employee. And I said, “Mom and Dad,
I want to be a rich man.” And I’d fight with my dad. So mother finally said, “Son,
if you want to be rich,” my mother was a registered
nurse, she said, “If you want to be rich, “the richest people I know are doctors.” So my mom wanted me to come over here, be a specialist or a
small business person. I said, “There’s only one
problem with that, Mom. “Doctors are really smart.” And she says, “You got a good point there. “You’re not going to be a doctor.” So I went to school. I have a bachelor of science degree. I can drive ships and I can fly planes. I flew for the Marine Corps. But I’ve never used any of that education because I wanted to
become a business owner. So it was rich dad who
basically said to me, “Become a business owner “and learn to be a professional investor.” So, one of the big differences here between these people is called taxes. See, in 1943, the US, the
federal government passed a law that said employees had to
pay tax before they got paid. So when you get your
paycheck from your employer, you open it up, and voila. The government has already
taken a sizeable chunk of it. And the harder you work and
the more money you make, the more money they take from you. So that’s why it’s not that
good to be an employee, ’cause you can never get ahead, ’cause the more you work,
more money you make, the greater they pay in taxes. Now the doctors and lawyers
and attorneys, accountants, would all laugh and say, “These guys, they’re going
to pay a lot of taxes,” so naturally, the federal
government changed the laws again. So in 1986 in the US, a thing
called the ’86 Tax Reform Act, and it basically took
a lot of the benefits away from people who are self employed, small business, doctors, and lawyers. So today in America, unfortunately, these guys pay the highest
percentage in taxes. It is tragic. And a lot of people
think they’re investors, but what they’re really doing is they’re just giving their money to people like mutual fund
companies and all that, so they’re investing, but
they’re not really investors. See, the big tax breaks are on this side. The laws are pretty tight here, but this area is very, very gray. So by being a business owner on the right hand side of the quadrant, you can make a lot more money and pay a smaller
percentage of taxes legally, and the key word is legally. In the investor quadrant, it is possible to make millions of dollars and pay zero percent taxes legally. And so it was my rich
dad who said to, he says, “Robert, if you really want to be rich, “learn to build businesses.” It made more sense to him to
work hard to build a business, something you owned and
something you’d pass on for generation to generation to your kids, whereas my poor dad said, “Work hard.” But my rich dad said,
“Why would you work hard “for something you’ll never own “and you can get fired from right away?” Again, that was a difference in values. So, my rich dad suggested I
learn how to be a business owner and learn how to be an investor. And that’s one of the big differences. On this side of the quadrant, these people here work for security. They work for money, also. On this side of it here, their key value that they
want is they want freedom. They don’t want to have
to work at a job anymore. They don’t want to have to work
for the rest of their lives. So one of the beauties of
business for the 21st century, it allows people to make the transition from the E and the S side
to the B side, especially. And so you can become
a big business owner. And the difference between an S and a B, small business and big business, is most of these guys can’t quit working. Most small business owners, if they stop working
for more than a month, the business collapses. They don’t really have a business. Most of these people own a job. So the beauty of business
for the 21st century, it allows these people
to make the transition to the B side so that you don’t have to keep working hard for money and money can actually come in passively. Then once you have your
business up and running, then I always recommend
you then begin investing with your excess cash, paying
less and less in taxes. And that’s the reason the
rich are getting richer.

100 thoughts on “Robert Kiyosaki’s Top 10 Rules For Success – Volume 2 (@theRealKiyosaki)

  1. Being educated makes me not want to attend school but learn different skill sets. And I’m a great student! Mind shift! Not a bad thing…..thanks for your videos!

  2. I LOVED IT ! AND THANK GOD I had the common sense to already know half of what he said in this teaching. I am a woman film maker for women's films, starting on my first one. This message was such a great on time huge dose of "Alexis keep going" ! A great confirmation for me !

  3. Great ideas and very valuable. Side note, there is a person dancing on the right of the stage. Can you push him way 🙂

  4. I finished listening to an version of his book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and I was inspired to start writing my book. (SSssshhhhh! Just ignore what I just said and do not make a big deal out of it. I don't want my brain to notice and stop my motivation.) I love his perspective and the way he delivers his message. Somehow, it is easy to relate to. Now, I want to listen to everything Robert Kiyosaki.

  5. Epic reply to John from Robert Kiyosaki – " you came to work because you failed, if i failed i will never come back here". Never Give Up. [Period. End of the Sentence]

  6. when you don' t have the paychecks, you become hungrier,smarter, or you will steal and cheat , or you become a better human being!!!

  7. Thanks Mr. Robert for the knowledge and I’m looking forward to learning more from you guys. Loved the video. God Bless.

  8. Was the P-word really necessary? It is unbelievable how some men do not realize how disrespectful this word is.

  9. Thanks for great video! My take away and a motto I live by is, it's not a matter of "if I can obtain a specific goal, it's a matter of how & when." You gotta strategize, stay agile & be prepared to shift gears in order to reach your end goal. If you don't set goals, you can't hit any!

  10. Wow I go to Sonoma State University and always drive by the vineyards. There are always Semis driving on those roads. Yes it is a super rich area.

  11. Until you "make it", you have to live within your means. The bill collectors, don't care if you have money or not, they just want theirs. Saving to buy something cash, later, as opposed to buying it on credit, now, is better.

  12. We have many other interesting things in life: familly, soul, children education, sport, romance, ….etc. note only sell sell ans sell And have stress in work and seeking money money and being à robot.

  13. Hey Sir ! We would like to see more works of Robert Kiyosaki keep coming in Rwanda bcoz they are leading from the front so we want to change the way we use our resources as responsible!!!

  14. The hardest thing is to get going. That's when most people fail in our experience. Once you're in the flow it is hard and it is easy at the same time. If you ever ran your own business you know what I mean. It is the moment when all your plentiful ideas, interconnected as they are, have to start somewhere, get grip somewhere first and thereafter your efforts are turning into the flow state, where you work on many things simultaneously. It's like the tree at the rock face where you contemplate how it managed to make it there, but it did anyway. As soon as you have grip somewhere it all comes together. Not always nicely but good enough to carry on.

  15. I'm Dorothy from Kenya Africa.
    This is what I learnt
    – Always be a student
    – Have an entrepreneur mindset
    Skill set & Roles
    – Learn how to sell
    – Be a Team player
    – Strive to do better
    – Seek Mentors
    – Do your Research (Education starts when you leave the class)
    – Become a Leader.( If you fail don't go back, move forward)
    – Have a MIDAS Touch
    – Don't Quit.

  16. I don't disagree with him one hundred percent but I do disagree about 30%. He lost me when he spoke about living below one's means and the 'starvation' analogy. There is such a thing as a lean, mean efficient machine versus an overfed, bloated, inefficient body, prone to unnecessary, irreversible mistakes like organ failure or cancer, vs necessary, reversible mistakes like mild weight gain or acne. It's not a coincidence that he said the starvation analogy in front of Trump, who seemed to have a secret smirk throughout – the 'i know something you don't quite know'. smirk that one tends to have behind someone's back.

  17. He always say make money with others people money so DEBT! Not by being an employee!! I dont know about you but in my country to be able to make a loan you have to be an employee and work if not banks will not lend you money

  18. strive to do better
    have a mentor
    do research
    have an entrepreneur mindset

    always fulfill your business's promise

  19. Play Chess and monopoly
    Seek mentors
    Have a team
    Handle rejection
    It’s all in the mind, stay focus! 👌🏻

  20. Nobody has any more energy to do any more than build a house grow some food enjoy their life. Like life is short.for everyone. Whatever rules of money making you have you're still trying to get more than somone else has by selling him something for more than it's worth for more than you paid. For more than the guy who made it got. That all sucks to me. Everyone can't be a millionaire everyone can't be rich. Live below your means… I like that. It makes economic sense. Because although money is imaginary the real economic exchange going on is people's lives and the earth's resources. So yeah live below your means. Live with enough to survive and be content. A roof a bed a table of food a community a craft. Everyone is trying to get more than they give. Why not give more than you get? Why not create something of value and not be desperate for payback? I try to tell my kids you can fight over the pizza or you can be generous to each other either way you both get half a pizza but one way you've wasted time fighting the other way feels good and kind. I dunno people are weird… Money Is crazy.

  21. Very power full what I the thing when you come into this world Andre you are not taught by yr parent or yr parent was never taught by their parents so you become the same all you look to do is just to consume to eat you are at a very disadvantage from start to finish

  22. after buying a house and getting the car and so forth, I came to the realisation that my house was not a asset and that I spent more money paying it off as well as maintaining it than profiting from it. Of course, it increased in value but I decided I had had enough and sold it. I now happily rent. In between that, i searched for a way to learn about money and how the banking system worked. I took commercial practice and business at school so I was familiar with the basics of how banks worked. But it didn't explain why the financial situation of my country was getting worse and why the value of our dollar determined the future jobs in my country. Most annoying of all, why the rich were getting richer and the rest were struggling to make ends meet. Then I came across a book Rich Dad Poor Dad and it finally made sense. I think Robert is a modern day hero in that he has lifted the veil of pretense and secrecy that is being taught in our schools, trundled out in the universities and colleges and then sold by the worldwide media. I daresay I will stay poor because I think poor but then again, just knowing what to do and what not to do with my money, might mean I won't necessarily remain poor.

  23. If you don't mind my asking what changes did you make in your own life after watching
    The video you've been kind enough to share with us?😇

  24. He is my role model, I appreciate him so much I study his books every day but I come to realise the reality about education and now I decided to invest on myself and am not working for money but I think on the ways to make money work for me! Elia MWITA from Tanzania , east Africa

  25. Omg! 1:25 I was only listening and not watching and I thought Robin Sharma was interviewing! Haha Thanks for the videos!

  26. Thanks very much more than this 👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹 but inspiratif but you so much more than this so good idea but you 👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

  27. So Thanks, good lesson for doing good business, which is in four parts as an employee, doing self working,making a company,and invest in good company I think one do it so how it will take time as an employee I have to put my daily work,so self business will work if I have some group of people which i have trust with them they will build the company and company will work itself, if the company will strong I can invest more.
    thank you so much for sparking some light.

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