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Robert Kiyosaki - Rich Dad, Poor Dad: How To Avoid the Next Global Financial Crisis

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Robert Kiyosaki is an American businessman, author, and founder of Rich Global LLC and the Rich Dad Company, a private financial education company that provides personal finance and business education to people through books and videos. He is most famous for this best-selling book, Rich Dad Poor Dad.

FAKE: Fake Money, Fake Teachers, Fake Assets

Robert Kiyosaki is back.

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

Robert came here to talk about his brand new book, FAKE, in which he writes about fake money, fake teachers and fake assets. He’s on a mission to change the way we look at money and has become a passionate and outspoken advocate for widespread financial education.

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The next financial crash

Robert was also here to talk about the impending financial crash, and what’s going to happen to us if we’re not fully prepared.

I am always excited to talk to Robert and this is definitely an episode you don’t want to miss.

Join us as we discuss:

  • Surviving three plane crashes in Vietnam
  • Prince Harry, Hellen Keler, and the Marine Corps
  • The Venezuelan crisis, F.D.R. Roosevelt and the Weimar Republic
  • Donald Trump, Ray Dalio, and Jim Rickards
  • The Gold standard, the British East India Company and the history of the U.S. flag
  • Expo ‘67, the geodesic dome and R. Buckminster Fuller
  • Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Chapters

00:00 | Trailer.
02:42 | Brian’s thoughts on the episode.
04:01 | Brian’s introduction.
05:03 | Why Robert loves London.
07:16 | Why Robert continues to push himself to take his message around the world.
16:11 | School conditions students not to make mistakes which is why they fear taking financial risk.
20:18 | Why the poor and middle class are financially having a harder time.
22:05 | What Robert means by Fake Money.
26:14 | The influence of the Fake Teachers in what they teach about assets and liabilities.
35:29 | The poor don’t understand that the biggest expense is tax
39:24 | The rich aren’t crooks they just play by different rules.
42:06 | Robert demonstrates Fake Assets and what people should know before the next financial crash.
49:06 | What can people do in the face of this information .
56:03 | How people should react when they realise the impact for them of Robert’s warning.
57:15 | Dire warnings of what could happen when the major crash occurs across the world.
59:01 | The present state of America.
1:01:22 | Robert’s thoughts on Donald Trump’s policies.
1:03:52 | As finance is not taught in schools, Robert’s Cashflow game is a way of teaching young people.
1:07:18 | Robert’s views on crypto currencies.
1:09:41 | Why the Millennials are Robert’s teachers now, but political correctness could stifle their capabilities.
1:14:40 | How the question ’What does God want done’, changed his business ethos.
1:20:04 | The increase in suicide amongst young men.
1:21:36 | Words become flesh.
1:25:06 | Robert’s next venture is in a new, for him, world of communication.
1:26:44 | His daily routine.
1:28:49 | What is Robert’s superpower.
1:30:49 | The best and worst days of his life.
1:35:15 | What scares him.
1:36:40 | What we would be surprised to learn about Robert.
1:38:29 | What keeps him awake at night.
1:40:12 | Phone call to the 20 years old Robert Kiyosaki.
1:44:55 | Best advice he ever received.
1:45:51 | Success secrets
1:49:17 | Final thoughts from Robert.
1:50:41 | Brian’s summing up.

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