#171 Rich Dad, Poor Dad Author Robert Kiyosaki on Attaining and Keeping Wealth

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Robert Kiyosaki, author of the best-selling personal finance book of all time, has helped millions of people manage their money, fix their credit and build wealth. Through his books, seminars, classes, and RichDad.com website, he teaches real personal finance in a world where financial education often doesn't happen in schools. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Robert Kiyosaki discusses how his experience in the Marine Corps prepared him for business and investing, and explains what people need to do right now to build wealth during a severe recession.
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There are no average people, and no good one size fits all investing advice. [1:48]
Robert asks, “Where is your soul? Where is your spirit?” [5:45]
Robert predicts that we are going into a real economic depression [9:17]
Robert advocates never choosing security, and building resilience [11:15]
Robert talks about how important it is to actually test your soul and become stronger [15:36]
Robert describes some of the influencers and teachers that he admires right now [18:37]
The most important thing you must do to succeed in finance is rewire your brain [20:38]
Robert explains why you need to have an entire team in order to succeed [22:23]
Robert shares the impact he wants to have on the world [26:25]


“Where is your soul? Where are your guts? Where is your spirit?” [7:53]

“I don’t hang out with wimps.” [9:20]

“How strong is your soul? We all have it. But most of us don’t ever put ourselves in a situation where we’re testing our soul.” [17:24]


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