Robert KiyosakiRobert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki, author of bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad as well as 25 others financial guide books, has spent his career working as a financial educator, entrepreneur, successful investor, real estate mogul, and motivational speaker, all while running the Rich Dad Company.


Thinking Of Starting A Business? Do Yourself A Favor…

Whether you are concerned about protecting your business, preventing business claims from affecting your personal assets, or planning for the distribution of your assets to your heirs, you need to know how to limit liability. And as I always say, you don’t have to decide alone. Use an attorney or other professional advisor, like an accountant, to decide which entity is best for you…

Shark Tank’s Top 3 Lessons In Dealmaking

Rather than take no for an answer, Siminoff believed so much in his idea and his product that he continued searching for investors, eventually rebranding the product to be called “Ring” and building his company to over $100 million in sales and over 1,000 employees. Amazon bought Ring for $1 billion. By the time Amazon came along, the company was worth an estimated $760 million and had raised $209 million in financing. Siminoff’s story gives three valuable lessons that all entrepreneurs need to embrace…

7 Ways To Leverage Your Full-Time Job

When I was young, in the pre-Internet days, there weren't nearly as many ways to have a business on the side. It was generally an all-or-nothing proposition. Today, however, technology gives want-to-be business owners a distinct advantage. It's easier than ever to start small and smart, building a business on the side while still having the security of a paycheck. The following are seven ways to start a business without quitting your job…

The Age of Entrepreneurship

We have experienced a major turning point in the history of mankind. The days of going to school, getting a safe secure job, and investing for the long-term are long gone. We are in a new age—the age of entrepreneurship. Today, the barrier to entry to entrepreneurship is almost non-existent. But to heed the opportunities available to everyone it requires a brand new mindset—the mindset of an entrepreneur.