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.


Did The Last Depression Ever End?

Stepping back and looking at the past 75 years, you can make a case that the last depression never ended. Many of today’s financial problems stem from issues from the last depression that were never solved. The problems were simply pushed forward onto our generation and will continue to be pushed onto future generations. Today, we are entering a new era. A crisis is upon us and not just the United States but the entire world.

5 Surefire Steps for Successful Negotiation (in Business and Relationships)

The best deals are ones that are good for everyone, which creates a win-win situation. During one of his lessons on investing, my rich dad said, “Many people seem to think that great investments grow on trees. They think that investing should be easy. Many think that all they have to do is hand their money over to a magician and suddenly, like magic, they strike it rich. In reality, investing is a continual process of searching, negotiating, financing, and managing people and money.”

CoronaCrisis: Do You Know What’s In Your 401(k)?

A lot of people are facing a financial crisis right now. If you're one of those people, ask yourself these questions: Will this crisis make you stronger, or weaker? Will you rise to the challenge, use your creativity and persistence to overcome hardship? Or will you complain, play the blame game, and let the situation get the best of you?

Future Of The Global Economy (Part 2)

The speed at which you can change and expand your context in order to adapt to the changes in the business world today is critical to every one of us who wants to succeed financially. The gap is no longer between the haves and have-nots. Today the gap that is changing the most rapidly is the financial gap between the middle class and the rich. Saying it bluntly, if you have a slow Industrial-Age plan, or context, you are being left behind financially—not by your peers, but by younger people with faster minds and more accelerated ideas.