Monday, March 31, 2014

Robert Kiyosaki thanks Jayne Johnson

I wrote the business plan for Rich Dad, Poor Dad and my board game Cashflow at a two-day goal setting workshop with Jayne Johnson in January of 1996. Without Jayne’s goal setting technology, I doubt if Rich Dad, Poor Dad would have become as successful as it is today. That two-day work shop has made me millions of dollars, over and over again.


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Take control of your life

A big part of my success in life today was taking control of my internal reality about money. I had to constantly remind myself that there is a world of too much money, because deep down inside I often felt like a poor person.


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Why poor people remain poor

Rich dad pointed out to me that people with problems of not enough money often have those problems because they view the world as one of scarcity. All they know is a world where there is never enough. 

Rich dad truly believed that the poor remained poor because that was the only world they knew. “Whatever your reality is about money inside of you will be the reality of money outside of you,” he said. “You cannot change your outside reality until you first change the way you view the world inside you.”

That is why when one suddenly becomes rich, such as winning the lottery or inheritance, they often squander that money and become poor again.


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Take risks and dont be afraid

Rich dad would say:

· The more security you need in your life the more scarcity there is in your life. That is why people pass up on opportunities to make their money work for them through investments and business. They are too afraid to take a risk.

· The more competitive you are the more scarcity there is in your life. That is why people compete for jobs and promotions at work and compete for grades in school.

People who are creative, cooperative, and have good financial and business skills, on the other hand, often have lives of increasing financial abundance.

I could see this at play in my two dads. My poor dad always encouraged me to play it safe and seek security. My rich dad encouraged me to develop my skills and be creative.


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Two types of money problem

My rich dad would say, “There are two kinds of money problems. Not enough money, and too much money. Which type of money problem do you want?”

Most people come from families where the problem is not enough money. One of the advantages I had growing up with the influence of two families was that I could see both types of problems. My poor dad never seemed to be able to have enough money, even though he had a good salary. My rich dad didn’t have much to begin with but grew his fortune to the point where he faced very real problems of having too much money.


Robert Kiyosaki is a Japanese American investor and author of popular book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' where he wrote of his two dads. His rich dad taught him to think differently, inspired and helped him get rich on his own.