ROBERT KIYOSAKI – Rich Dad, Poor Dad – How To Invest In Yourself – Part 1/2 | London Real

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  1. I was given his book Rich Dad Poor Dad to me by my mom. I read it faithfully and would spend years questioning why nothing in the book made sense. He plays on emotions and insecurities to strengthen his appeal, while offering bad advice with the most common knowledge. His books seem more of an insult to his father and there is no real substance to be found in 95% of the pages. Most of it is in fact misleading and falsehood. His hatred for his father has made him a demented person, and his entire franchise is built around scorning his father, academia, and going against conventional financial management. This is one of the most sophisticated and successful scams of our time.

    You’ll notice that after you listen to him, you feel like you walked away with a bundle of quotes and good feelings but nothing concrete to actually allow you to improve your financial standing. He’s a waste of time, your money, and also he may be a reptile if we take into account of his conscience and how miraculous it is that he still finds any appeal.

  2. Interesting, but his team of lawyers accountants and bankers have studied through the same school systems that he doesn't agree with 🤔

  3. Mr. K believes that poor people are lazy. Actually, most are are physically sick, and have only a very limited amount of energy to do anything except move slowly and sleep. They can't function due to the burdens of being impoverished. Poverty is a huge obstacle to starting anything that has to do with money. Poor people in the US live just to obtain food and figure out how not to become homeless.

  4. 29:40ish he says "poor people are greedy" because they produce nothing. Poor people work at minimum wage service jobs and can't afford to rent an apt. He raises the rent that pushes people into living in cars. He is the one that "produces nothing" ! All he does is move money around. He is selfish and greedy, yet claims to be "spiritual" as if that somehow absolves his sins. I know a Satanist and he also calls himself a "spiritual" person. Corrupt people have a "spiritual" state. Their spirit is dishonest, unscrupulous, arrogant and depraved. Kiyosaki is a bitter, entitled LOSER !!

  5. In 2007, the Ohio state Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing issued a statement warning people against some of the illegal methods preached by Kiyosaki in his books and seminars.[53][54] In 2010, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation did an exposé on scams that were being perpetuated by Kiyosaki's company in Canada in the guise of seminars. Upon tracking the success claims of "Rich Dad" seminar organizers, they discovered that these claims were not true. Investments in trailers and trailer parks, which were being propagated as "successful" by seminar teachers, were found to actually be barren pieces of land that no one was using.[55]

    From 1990 to 1995, Kiyosaki used Amway to promote his book with multi-level marketing. He was sued by his fellow author Sharon Lechter in 2007 for not keeping to the terms of their agreement.[56]

    Kiyosaki's advice have been criticized for emphasizing anecdotes and containing nothing in the way of concrete advice on how readers should proceed or work.[57] He replies that his material is meant to be a motivational tool to get readers thinking about money rather than a guide to wealth, that "rich dad" was a fictional character,[58] and that the books are supposed to be "interesting" rather than involve a lot of technical material.[59] According to John Reed, a real estate advisor, Kiyosaki's books often advise illegal practices such as using insider tips from rich friends (insider trading), vulture real estate purchases, taking more debt on credit cards than one can handle and declaring bankruptcy whenever one's plans go awry.[60] Reed also claimed that:

    Rich Dad, Poor Dad is one of the dumbest financial advice books I have ever read. It contains many factual errors and numerous extremely unlikely accounts of events that supposedly occurred.

    Kiyosaki is a salesman and a motivational speaker. He has no financial expertise and won't disclose his supposed real estate or other investment success.

    Rich Dad, Poor Dad contains much wrong advice, much bad advice, some dangerous advice, and virtually no good advice.

    In an interview with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, he admitted that he partnered with a real estate firm to promote their business through his seminars. He also admitted that since the Rich Dad seminars were franchisees that functioned independent of him, he had little control over their content. Kiyosaki has been criticized for being anti-education, advocating for people to drop out of school and for unfolding the idea of higher education being superfluous for financial success.[61][62] He has ridiculed people who are highly educated and academically successful and has said "the best way to get even with A-grade students was to make them employees of mine".[29] He has described people who go to college as "suckers" and PhD holders as people who are "poor, helpless, and desperate", alluding to Kiyosaki's own father, who became poor and unemployed during the last years of his life despite a PhD.[29][63][64][65][66]

    In 2006 and 2007, Kiyosaki's Rich Dad seminars continued to promote real estate as a sound investment, just before their prices came crashing down.[67]

    In 2010, Allan Roth of CBS News documented what occurred when he attended one of Rich Dad's free seminars and dissected some of the tactics employed.[68] The Marketplace expose on his seminars in Canada showed what occurred in $450 seminars through a hidden camera including Kiyosaki's response to them.[69]

    In 2015, advocating the purchase of gold, Kiyosaki predicted in his seminars in Philippines that there would be an even bigger financial crash in 2016 which would be worse than the 2008 crash.[70] His prophecy did not materialize.[71]

  6. My dad has a poor mind. He uses the same paper napkin for an entire week before he throws it away. He thinks humans are a scourge on the earth who deserve nothing more than to die off. Never realized how much this shaped my miserably subservient behavior until I met my current partner. Over the last three years he has been helping me rewire my brain to believe in possibilities and my own power instead of inevitable failure and my own worthlessness.

  7. I understand he played Monopoly. But how did he make his money he must have had a JOB to get their.

    Alot of talking No Real I formation!!!

  8. All this garbage about you can't make money without spending money. I'm sick of it! Do you know how much you are oppressed in certain states, no matter your genetics or whatever? You are so spiraled down into consumerism that you can't even tell your own dellusions apart anymore. You become addicted to different things and become ultimatively stuck. There is no getting rich for the most people, because they simply will never have the starting capital to do so and then, yes I agree, they will also not know what to do with it or will only spend it on consuming stuff again.
    Now that does not need to be money, it can be anything to produce more money with. To be having this certain capital does require you to be working towards it by gaining money to be able to afford that capital in the first place. Good luck working yourself outta that when every cent you gain is being accounted by your government and if you can't pay they just want more from you and if you never pay you end up in prison. Do you think I wouldn't if I couldn't? It's always the same bullshit from the rich manipulating you even further into the consumerism spiral. Do you wanna know how I think you become rich? You do something and then you show it to the people and see their reaction. If you are lucky a million people give you a dollar each and you can piss off and be rich for yourself or do more things and show them to the people eventually becoming more rich. Look what we need and give it to us, that's how you deserve your living in a society.

  9. I really like the majority of what's being said here, however take massive issue with statements such as poor people are lazy and selfish. If the education systemraises worker bees and non adventurous thinkers, then the problem is societal and political as you say. However negative statements are just consolidating and reinforcing the status quo. The business people are in serves to make them well off on the back of a system that breeds worker bees. Very rarely do you see employers let go of some personal wealth to distribute and reward workers efforts, and legal minimum wages are usually applied in average jobs. In more competitive jobs employers will pay what they need to pay to get the right person. Often what is observed is accumulation of disproportionate and uneccessary wealth… if an entrepreneur does not work for money why are they so focused on retaining as much as possible, and becoming more powerful? Would it not be better to put the wealth into practical projects to assist poor people change their attitude and consirionedmind?

  10. Many Millennials don’t understand!!! What this man is trying to tell you!! The World Establishment got you under their control! And they want more control! They are the people who try to get rid off Trump out of the office because he is threading their plan! To dominate the world! This is not a joke when you put pieces together… they have control over public schools…some of the books are no longer available for you to read! It’s indoctrination of the next generation! If your not a supporter of Trump you need to start putting information and facts together… the elite is trying to blame everything on him! Make him racist while they slowly take control of the government! Tax system! And make you more of a salve!!! They use immigrant and LGBT against Trump for their political gain… it all adds together… but people are so naive and all they talk about is racism… I am immigrant and my eyes opened up! To the pull shit we are going through with Democrats! Trump knows them! And they hate him for exposing their corruption!

  11. how about PASSION. some people are just passionate about teaching, or Nursing etc . they are not working for paycheck, but just because that what they love and want to be..

  12. As soon as he mentioned at the beginning that he does not think GOD DOES NOT WANT YOU POOR I stopped watching it because “GOD” DEFINITELY wanted me AND my dad to be poor!
    If “GOD” is real he is a bastard scumbag, might as well be a lawyer.

  13. The biggest thing for me is that it always seems like get money do less work. I want ppl to keep going to school be doctors, and teachers, and plumbers, and electricians, and all the jobs we need. Farmers especially. Someone had to do the work why not me?

  14. the more i watch these videos the more i wake up to my deep regret spending my last 20 years in this rat race loop…

  15. This guy was living in a car in his early twenties with his fiancee(she was also young at the time). Inspiring Asian-thinker and a credit to the Asian race. Shrewd and calculating oftentimes, by default, and some of the highest IQ scores, along with testing high in post-poning immediate gratification. Love the Asian race. Almost as much as I love my fellow Northwest Europeans.

  16. Unfortunately, in order for any of this to be more than a pipe dream (look at the data, most people that are born into poverty die in poverty – and it's because financial anxiety literally drops your functional IQ by an average of 20 points!). I love Rich Dad, Poor Dad (and I wish I had read it earlier), however, you need to understand that fundamentals of economics. We need to raise the standard of living for EVERYBODY before this utopian dream can come to fruition.

  17. I did not have a rich dad but I read this book and I went from making 30000 a year 2 making $93,000 a year thanks to the author

  18. I am very interested. I thank you for putting this information out here for free. I can’t wait to buy your book. I really want to read it!

  19. This comment section feels soooo fake. Almost every comment is positive. Most comments on every vid is negative. Smart guy Robert K is. Loved his book RDPD.

  20. God doesnt want people to be poor, but I buy real estate so I can be a rent collector and profit off of others LOL

  21. Giving poor people money could still help people succeed though. There are plenty of poor people with big ideas and lots to offer to the world and to society, but are limited by their lack of resources. Individual situations are complex, and not everyone can do what's necessary themselves. Especially while cost of living remains outrageously high.

    Robert should seriously rethink his stance on giving money to the poor.

  22. I don't get all the hate this guy gets. After reading his book (and supplementing it with other books like the Richest Man in Babylon and The Intelligent Investor) I found myself more in financial stability than ever before. Granted my passive income from the stock market is not that big, it nonetheless off-sets some of my daily expenses.

  23. wow definitely an eye-opener… for a while I used to say exactly the things his Dad used to say to him.."Oh I cant afford it" or " what do you think I'm made of money" and so on.. after a while of having the same excuses all the time I decided to change myself and I did exactly how his Rich Dad said.." what can I do to get that?" and in all honestly that is when I changed my whole prosepective to life.. I started to be able to get what I want and it changed my life for the better

  24. What Kiyosaki does not understand is the economics itself. What we need is not more income and wealth inequality by having "more rich", but we need more equality – if you work hard you have a better life, that is what we need. We stop focusing on creating values themselves that we only focus only on money accummulation and printing. Kiyosaki talks in a way that it makes you think that if you are a worker, you are nothing and the only honest job is being a businessman. But let me tell you this, if there were no "ordinary workers" those rich people would have nothing to spend their money on, so their riches would be worthless, because all that stuff is manufactured by ordinary workers. So every person is important and every worker in the economy is very important. We need people especially that create values, not peolpe that are extracting it – Kiyosaki is extracting values, not creating them, he is just a rent-seeker, an idle landlord. What we need is better monetary system and better value that citizens get for their taxes – meaning if you pay taxes you get a house (without mortgage – the government should pay the construction costs), you only pay the running costs. You should be paying only for running costs of your houses, houses should be built by taxes, there is no point in owning it, because if you gonna die one day and that house is going to be used by someone else anyway. If you pay taxes, you get proper housing, you get proper healthcare, if you pay taxes, you get proper education. But I know what you gonna say, it sounds socialist if you want something for you taxes, but it never sound socialist if this money is spent on military or for bailing out big corrupt enterprises such as some banks.

  25. If god doesn’t want people to be poor then why did Jesus live the life of a poor man.
    No money in his pockets no house no farm to grow on yet to this day he is remembered and no one talks about how much money Jesus had. ??????

  26. Rickards, Trump, Oprah? You a 33deg Mason now too? Then talking spirituality in the same sentence. You need to find out who those people really are

  27. I just finished reading this book today,it was a inspired book,my mentality has changed and i see the life in another way,i thought financial is hard to understand so i didn't want to know anything about it but now i can say i have knowledge how rich people think

  28. I'm will strive and take any opportunity that I can get to achieve financial freedom. I do not know where or how I am going to start, but one thing I know is that I will execute and reach my goals.

  29. His childhood story of how his rich dad taught him about money reminds me of how Mr. Miyagi taught Daniel karate 😁. LOVE IT!!!

  30. He may have business savvy, but I turned off after he spoke of Trump as being equals. His business acumen may be on point, but you are the company you keep! Trymp is a proven crook! Shame on you Robert!

  31. common sense is nothing new and that is what this man is selling and I agree with him our society and school's are pushing common sense further and further from our kids we will be a crippled society not long from now and God and spirituality is key though no one can get by without it .There is sad rich men and sad poor men plus positively and prayer opens many doors . Thank you God ❤

  32. At the end, depreciation is what the government wants us to do. the irony of that compared to the schools don't teach financial knowledge, and well-timed for the end of the show.

  33. This guy says writers or authors are people who claim to not write for money or to "be on the opposite side of the making money," to paraphrase. It's not that they don't like guys that make money they take issue with people that think it's about the money and then say they don't. Like this guy. He keeps saying he doesn't work for money but that's all he talks about and he makes everyone else out to be someone who takes issue with it. lol.

  34. Poor people are not selfish. Just saying that creates or belies a level of anger. It's not about what poor people are or are not its about where you are right in this moment. Just move on and become monetarily rich if you want.

  35. What retarded millennial thought it was a brilliant idea for videos to start playing as you scroll past the icon? You miss half the video before you start it!

  36. If you are watching this and if u are reading rich dad poor dad and if you take action on your dream then congratulations my friend u will be rich in future

  37. this guy is on another level , smart and very motivational…..love his thinking he makes it look so simple to make it in the world

  38. Robert, saying the truth from the Bible learning from the Sunday school is not about religiosity but the real truth itself. Since you are quoting "The Word became Flesh" which means that's beyond religiosity and spirituality. You don't have to apologise for it. I guess your word became flesh doesn't come from the Bible itself but a syncretistic belief infused with transcendental meditation. The truth is truth and speak it up regardless of other people's opinion about your standing on the basis of the truth. This is what true spirituality lies within. The truth from the Bible because you quoted John chapter 1:1-2 "the word became flesh.". That is referring to Jesus Christ himself. Kudos to you Robert and keep it up. Find the truth in the Lord Jesus Christ and His very words.

  39. We are just beginning to recreate our minds to reflect to ourselves the lives that have been taught. Now I am believing my work with just changing outlooks just a little at a time. …..

  40. Political correctness is killing the whole west and the morons who imposed it on us (see the Democrats), are nothing but obsessive haters. PC doesn't even make sense, it's just the new form of fascism. Long live the Republicans.

  41. I bought his book read it years ago but didn’t understand it, I will go back to read it again now that I have my own business

  42. I wonder how many people after watching this have changed anything about how they think and saw any result?

  43. I was relate I lil bit, I can't stop my tears watching this.. Thankyou for letting us know.. Helping god is good

  44. As @Real Estate1 month ago
    It takes a rich mind to search for this video. Keep going you will make it.

  45. If reading this book doesn't make you any good, then no book can help do it. I'm grateful to Robert. Five stars!

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