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.


8 Steps to Get Out of Credit Card Debt

My wife Kim and I had a lot of debt when we started our lives together. Today we are richer, not just because we have a lot of money — but richer from the experience and the lessons we learned digging our way out of debt. You can do it too, not through wishful thinking, but by having a game plan and sticking to it...

Afghan Disaster: What You Can Learn From It

My wife Kim and I had a lot of debt when we started our lives together. Today we are richer, not just because we have a lot of money — but richer from the experience and the lessons we learned digging our way out of debt. You can do it too, not through wishful thinking, but by having a game plan and sticking to it...

How To Handle Real Life Expenses

It's no secret that the average American isn't good with money. There is a great need for financial intelligence. The problem with most budgets is that they cater to the old rules of money, like save money, get out of debt, and live below your means. These simply don’t work anymore.

How to Start an Income Property

Travelers are no longer content with renting a room in a multi-unit hotel. They want a more authentic experience while on their journeys, both personal and professional. Companies like Airbnb have connected the world so everyday people like you can monetize your space, passions, and talents to become hospitality hosts. You can make 3, 4, even 5 times more by renting short-term versus having your tenants sign lengthy annual leases, but it requires different knowledge to be successful. Here are a few things to consider...

The Day Capitalism Died

As an investor and entrepreneur, I never rest on my laurels. Just like an athlete, I'm always in training. If I don't keep training, when it comes time to take the playing field, I stand a significant chance of getting injured or getting beat. Before it’s too late, start training now. If the Fed raises rates too fast, or not at all, we could see a major collapse.

Financial Plan: The Worst Thing You Can Do

Often in life, when our plan doesn’t turn out, we abandon it all together. That is the wrong approach. A failed plan first requires an assessment of what went wrong. More often than not, the plan needs some adjustments, not to be abandoned. Today, I’ll share the five steps you need to make your plan successful…

Trust Me, You Have the Time

When people use excuses they fail to see that when they say those words, they become slaves to money — working for money, having money dictate the financial boundaries of their lives, living frugally and within their means — instead of investing a little time, following a plan, and having money work for them. Here are three steps to take back your time...