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Those people are responsible to setup speaking engagements and sell tickets; they are also supposed to get Robert key information about the market in the area he is going to as well so that he can talk about the market he is in and the point about building companies around you to protect your personal wealth has already been beaten to death in counter points.
The last thing that I would like to mention is regarding hanging Robert for his company going through bankruptcy. With a bankruptcy there is an examination of assets and company cash amounts then liquidation of anything that can be sold. Additionally any residual income coming into the company is used to pay dividends to the creditors in order to pay back the claims.
Once this is completed the remaining amounts can be written off by the creditors.
So if they have protected themselves correctly they will use this to pay less corporate taxes and be happy with the write-offs and continue doing business. The books does a great job indoctrinating its readers to the millionaire mindset and the financial habits one needs to become wealthy.
Kiyosaki is definitely not the most ethical businessman, but a testament that the principles in his book can in fact make you rich. Wow, the world really is filled with fakes and people willing to follow them.
I thought much of his advice was good, but this is a pretty surprising turn of events. Tough to say whether we should take his advice and business apart from each other as a whole. I would say yes though, some of his advice is still very sound and solid!
This post really made me think about Robert Kiyosaki. I always recommended his books to people who wanted to find themselves financially, I even recommend him on my blog, I think there might be more to this than meets the eye, some of the ideas offered by Robert Kiyosaki really opened my eyes especially the cash flow models.
His company might have become bankrupt however his ideas still seem viable. I guess Mr Kiyosaki stopped practicing and preaching what he wrote about and eventually got into a mess. Great post, thanks for sharing. His first book was really inspiring to a lot of people especially what he talks about what our school education system that do not teach us about financial. However, it is vry disappointing when you learned that you were being lead by a Hypocrite author.
We all are hypocrites. Some on a petty scale and some on a larger scale. Hey how do you learn by not being afraid of failure. So unless you are perfect and have done way better than him I think you should keep your mouth shut.
Some people just want all the praise and bragging rights and envious and greedy of others. In my own educated opinion this was a brilliant move. Alongside this company, you are passing up the thousands of apartments he owns and his hundreds of other ventures. How many jobs have you created recently? Hey Chad, I think most people are upset with this guy because of the hypocrisy. Thank you Robert Kiyosaki for your cash flow principle has helped me to enjoy 7 figure income per year.
Appalling lack of integrity, and not surprising in the least.
So many Americans are broke when they reach retirement age, for various reasons. I am there, so I can see through that lens clearly.
I compare it to the taking a pill approach to getting better, versus working on your lifestyle. Personally, the so called Rich Dad is a bad example. I knew him and members of the family. Once Oprah featured him, books sales took off and the rest is history. His philosophy is good; specific advice mixed.
The whole point of his books is to turn on our heads what most folks feel is wealth. Expensive cars, large residences, expensive trips etc are what most folks feel they need to acquire to demonstrate wealth or feel represent wealth.
The lesson stands regardless of his personal bad luck. It is still a hallmark book that I think should be mandatory reading. It is so easy to criticize someone in their absence.
Why not do the honourable thing and challenge Robert Kiyosaki to an open debate in public and have him give his side of the story too. One day you will learn, hopefully, although I am not too sure of that, that by criticizing others you only hurt yourself.
But I do believe that you are a long, very long way from that level of thought. May you grow to realize that criticizing others, especially in their absence, is not the thing to do.
And of course, there will always be those who, like you, cannot think objectively and chorus your comments. It is sad. It is also ironical that you do not respond to most of the positive comments that support Robert, but mainly those that agree with you.
When you put your criticism of the man to him in an open forum and the outcome of that is published, then we will most probably see this whole situation in a brand new light. Robert Kiyosaki has been and is a powerful inspiration to millions of people worldwide, and that cannot be denied, tarnished or changed. I do hope you publish this comment although I doubt that you will, and even if you do issue a reply to this view, I will not respond to it.
This world needs more compliments not more criticism. But I wonder if you get that. If you do, it means you are growing and personal growth inside, is what you need … urgently. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. What I find hypocrisy in is clearly called out: An update: I could not agree with this author more.
Today I attended day 1 of 3. It was a complete waste of time and money. Came home, started to research. Guess what? Needless to say, I will not be attending days 2 — 3 of the training and that money is lost. Lesson re-learned…. Thank you. I have been to his free workshop and been interested in going to his 3 day training. You made everything clear for me. I saw massive holes in the salespitch like, what about vacancies with these massive mortgages we are supposed to be taking out on these properties?
Finally, my favorite part, the last thing of the meeting they told us to give 10grand. I am not kidding.
Gotta say, it was the most satisfying coffee I ever had. Look, when I first read his book, I thought that it was really great advice. But then, I started looking into his past and how his book really went viral.
He has been circulating his book through Amway, the same multi-level marketing company that has tricked millions of people into downloading into their be an Independent Business Owner crap. He is a hypocrite that disguises bad financial advice with good ones and makes millions. I found this out a few years ago too. When I did, I put his book down and started reading real financial experts. Who care if the man went through bankruptcy or not.
All it really matter is his teaching make sense or not? Should we follow or not? Should we pay the asking price of or not? His teaching in the book poor dad rich dad is the best advice I ever had and he is a hero to me.
And the reason why he became bankrupted , you got to think… business is war. The investor that invest with him will suck him dry. They are not no little cute baby. Banrutcpy is his problem. Learning his teaching is our decision. Trump filed bankruptcy 4 times out of companies. The reason for having a corporation is to protect your personal assets, which is what Robert did.
Robert K was a huge inspiration for me. Money is freedom. Money downloads freedom. Without money, you still need it, but you only get it from someone willing to give it to you usually in exchange for effort at a job. The book built my skeptics armor. Robert and his type sell dreams much like ted talks. They sell emotional highs. Musk , and luck. Save more than you spend eventually most of what you make and find a way to grow that saved money. For most of us, the hard way is the only way.
So fat people stay fat, poor people stay poor, and debt never gets paid off. But I noticed he never really offered real advice on the actual mechanism of money making something poor dad did right thank you very much , nor the limits of money making most of us normal people encounter.
So, I know I should do more than make a paycheck. NOW what!? You need money for that. Save till you can download a rental or capitalize on a hot sellers market. Its not easy, its not fun usually , and it often requires boring education into something you may not be interested in.
In fact, it sucks alot of the time and it usually takes many, many years. You are putting away all that money. But the end usually justifies the effort: That was not in his book. But that is the reality; for most of us. Hey Robert. Why did you offer a FREE course to get out of college debt at the end of your article? Are you also using the same model if business to which you are condemning in your article? Negative — our free email course is truly free and there is no further courses beyond that.
You can see how we make money here: Gee, what a sham. Heard him speak at a conference — he was very unprofessional dropping F bombs with Devera younger children in the room. Very unimpressed. First of all. If anyone starts reading a book series like this or attending seminars thinking they just found the answer to their prayers.
Then they are just setting themselves up for disappointment. His first priority is to make money. That will always be his first priority.
That is the priority of every salesman. As for bankruptcy. Companies go bankrupt every day. He went bankrupt and declared it. So what! Protecting your assets is why you start companies in the first place…. However, if he declared bankruptcy just to avoid something unlikely seeing creditors and whoever else will probably investigate then he is a false image rich or not.
As for his books… I am on book number 4. And I am both interested and cautious. As any sane person should be. He does say many things that make perfect sense.
I agree with a lot of it. You just have to find it. Your house has value, but it is not an asset. There is a difference. Know everything that you can about money. Know how taxes work. Know the laws. Know about businesses.
Do your best to find ways to earn money outside of your paycheck. Learn all you can about a market and if you find a good deal based on intelligence and not emotion then take it.
The biggest risk is not risking anything at all said by many people. Everything here is in his books and it is sound advice.
Stop caring so much about what he did. Do you want a hero to swoop you off your feet or do you want to gain knowledge using common sense and a healthy amount of questioning. Robert Kiyosaki or not… everyone has good advice. Extract the good advice and ditch the rest. Who cares if he scammed in other places. I got what I wanted from him. I just think this article is hilarious.
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