Beat conventional advice on personal finance, investing, and business with the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki. Get ahead with his pull-no-punches style of challenging the advice we’ve all been given on money, investing, and the economy. Frustrated and frightened by the financial advice being given by the mainstream talking heads, Robert Kiyosaki sits down with professionals from the world of money, investing, business, and personal development. Listeners will be provided various viewpoints on how to set themselves up for financial success. If you’re looking for get-rich-quick tips and tricks to investing, move on. Listeners dedicated to the craft of finance and a better life, subscribe! New podcasts released weekly!
One of the main reasons why people find themselves stuck in a dead-end job and unfulfilling life is that they have not taken the time to ask, ‘What, exactly, do I want for myself.’ Here to discuss this issue is the multi-company CEO, real estate investor, and contributing author to Jack Canfield’s book Success Formula, Anne Marie Smith.
After a difficult separation with her ex-husband, Anne Marie Smith found herself broke and living with a family member about 22 years ago. Feeling hopeless and lost, she began reading books on business and self-improvement. It was then she decided to make a list of everything she wanted out of life, regardless of how ludicrous it seemed, how far away it all was, or what others would think.
It was this simple task that gave her the motivation to launch her career, helping her achieve her personal and financial goals, and giving her the opportunities to provide inexpensive housing for disadvantaged families.
Today, she is going to talk about the difficulties she experienced, her journey up, and how having a clear vision of your goals is the first and most important step towards reaching them.
Do you dread going to work? Does your job leave you feeling empty and unfulfilled? Is there something more you should be doing with your life?
In this episode, Cathy Heller (the author of Don’t Keep Your Day Job) reveals the secret to unlocking your talents and turning them into profit.
Listen to find out:
The key to getting paid doing what you love. (Most people go about it backward and wind up with a hobby and not a business!)
A simple exercise to uncover your true calling, and narrow your focus.
There are four types of successful entrepreneurs. Which type are you?
Answer three specific questions to ensure your creative business will make money.
Stop asking, “How will I find the time?” Creative and productive people rely on a quality that is infinitely more valuable than “free time.”
When to quit and when NOT to quit your day job.
The real reason people fail when they “follow their passion” and the simple shift that will allow the money to come.
Leaving your job to pursue a career where you have meaning and purpose isn’t as difficult as people think it needs to be.
Listen to find out more.
Central banks cut interest rates, then they printed money. What will they do next to keep global economies from imploding? Richard Duncan joins Robert & Kim to discuss the next moves that central banks are prepared to implement.
Achieving a still mind allows us to make our best decisions. Yet everyday we are bombarded with distractions from technology, work & relationships. Ryan Holiday joins Robert & Kim to discuss his research into stillness, and how you can learn how to become still in order to make your best decisions.
We live in an “attention economy.” If your business is not top-of-mind, it’s almost impossible to make sales. Brian Rose joins Robert & Kim to discuss his work helping businesses gain attention and succeed.
Acquiring wealth doesn’t guarantee that you will remain rich. John MacGregor & JWWilson join Robert & Kim to discuss their research into why people lose fortunes.The lessons apply to rich people as well as middle class people.GUESTS: John McGregor, JW Wilson
Navigating the PC culture not only presents ever-changing obstacles to business owners, it threatens success. David Goggins joins Robert to discuss his war against political correctness.WARNING: This episode contains adult language. Listener discretion is advised.
Successful entrepreneurs demonstrate grit & resilience. Mike Lindell joins Robert & Kim to discuss his remarkable journey inventing My Pillow. This is a story of drugs, theft, betrayal, and ultimately, dreams being fulfilled.
Focus on the structure of your business to neutralize office politics and maximize production. Safi Bahcall joins Robert & Kim to discuss his experience in creating business structures that reward creativity and results instead of rank.
The school system & helicopter parents create a culture that values early success and discourages late bloomers. Rich Karlgaard joins Robert & Kim to discuss his research into a flawed system that rewards early achievement and discourages later accomplishments. This is a must-listen episode for parents.
Acquiring customers requires time and money. Successful businesses know how to acquire AND retain customers to maximize profits. Horst Schulze, the founder of Ritz Carlton Hotels, joins Robert & Kim to discuss his systems for acquiring and retaining customers, and ultimately succeeding in a very competitive environment.
The increasing intersection of geopolitics and economics presents new challenges to investors. Jim Rickards joins Robert & Kim to discuss his latest work into predictive analytics. Find out the real risks to your wealth and separate the hype from what’s important.
Investing in gold & silver is an insurance policy against a collapse of the financial system. Robert & Kim speak to Dana Samuelson and Brien Lundin about their work in the precious metals sector. Find out what economic risks lurk in these uncertain times, and what role gold & silver holds in the global marketplace.
Creating a product is only the first step to building a business. In this episode Kim speaks with Jules Pieri about how creators take a product to market and build a thriving business. Kim & Jules discuss real-world examples of the pitfalls and successes of several developers.
Trump’s showdown with China is causing anxiety in markets across the world. Asian-based economist Richard Duncan joins Robert to offer his view of how China is responding to Trump. Find out why bond yields are crashing, and how China is choosing to isolate itself from the U.S.
The leading cause of bankruptcy in the U.S. is from medical costs. Big Pharma is front-and-center to this problem. Robin Feldman joins Robert & Kim to discuss her research into how Big Pharma oftentimes secretly works to keep drug prices high and thwart free-market competition. Find out why U.S. citizens subsidize drug prices around the world. Robin offers tips on how you can protect yourself from medical bankruptcy.
Investments aren’t risky, the investor is risky. The more financially educated you are, the less risk you take on. In this episode, Robert & Kim speak to Allison Schrager about risk management in the financial world. Find out what you can do to reduce your financial risk.
Data is the new oil. State-sponsored hackers and personal hackers are a daily threat to your personal & businesses’ data. Rob Embers & Robb LeCount join Robert to discuss how they work everyday to secure people and businesses from cyber threats.
Investing in gold & silver can protect your wealth against paper money. Kevin DeMeritt joins Robert & Kim to discuss the role gold & silver plays in investment strategies and how it has historically performed remarkable well.
We have more material wealth and convenience. We’re living longer and traveling more. So why are we so unhappy? What’s with all the anxiety? Mark Manson joins Robert & Kim to discuss his research into the illusion of traditional self-help and what you need to do to grow and prosper.
Social media constantly evolves as a marketing tool. In this episode, Robert & Kim speak with Zach Benson of Assistagram about his work helping businesses successfully gain value via the Instagram platform.
Public pensions are unsustainable in many cities, states and counties. Instead of honestly addressing the problem, the very people who are causing the crisis are purposely making it worse. A big-city councilman joins Robert to give an insider’s account of this corruption crisis and how it impacts your future.
Go big or go home. We’ve all heard this is the way to build a successful business. But bigger isn’t always better. Paul Jarvis joins Robert & Kim to discuss his experience in building businesses that question growth, and most importantly redefine what the definition of success is.
Clutter steals time. Disorganization thwarts productivity. Messiness impedes happiness. Gretchen Rubin joins Robert & Kim to discuss her research into “cleaning up” your life and business. Find out how less truly can be more.
Unemployment is down & the stock market is up. Is the U.S. economy strong, as Donald Trump says? David Stockman, Ronald Reagan’s budget director, joins Robert & Kim with his analysis of the good & bad of Trump’s economic policies.
Great leaders are often portrayed in mythological terms. But examining leadership through humanistic terms is much more valuable to anyone aspiring to lead. Four-star general Stanley McChrystal joins Robert & Kim to discuss successful leadership learned on and off the battlefield.
Public pensions are often compared to the real estate bubble and student loan crisis. Robert talks to Ted Siedle, a pension investigator, who reveals systemic risks in many public pensions ranging from incompetence to fraud. Find out which public pensions are ready to fail, and what you can do to protect yourself. This is a vital episode for anyone enrolled in a public pension.
Facebook, Google, Apple & Amazon operate business models that can be risky for its users. Roger McNamee, an early investor in Facebook, joins Robert & Kim to discuss how Big Tech purposely tilts the playing field in their favor, oftentimes at the expense of its customers.
Most people fear a crash of the stock and real estate markets, but a downturn can be a great opportunity to prosper. Economic forecaster Harry Dent joins Robert & Kim to discuss strategies that may help you benefit from market crashes.
AOL co-founder Steve Case joins Robert & Kim to discuss where the next wave of successful entrepreneurs is located. By focusing outside of Silicon Valley and New York, Case has tapped into under-served entrepreneurs who are thriving in the heartland of America. This is a valuable show for aspiring start-ups as well as VC players.
Many elected politicians want socialism in a country founded on capitalism. Congressman Jack Bergman joins Robert to offer an inside look at our political climate. Bergman is a retired three-star general who speaks candidly about his colleagues in Congress, and offers solutions for citizens yearning for improved leadership.
Income inequality has mushroomed into a political and social problem. Nomi Prins joins Robert & Kim to discuss how Central Banking policies have fueled income inequality. Prins gives an insider’s view of how the elites around the world view and deal with income inequality, and how it may impact you.
Trump’s new tax code will be reflected in this year’s returns. Tom Wheelwright joins Robert to discuss the changes in the tax code, and how you can make more money and pay less taxes. Tom also discusses the questions everyone should be asking their CPAs.
The stock market has drastically dipped and risen over the past few months. What’s driving these swings? Bert Dohmen joins Robert to discuss his research into the markets and offers analysis of what to expect in 2019.
Quantitative Easing. Quantitative Tightening. Rising interest rates. Declining interest rates. Does The Fed know what it’s doing? Michael Pento joins Robert & Kim to discuss how The Fed’s policies may be leading us into recession.
Overwhelmingly, people are motivated to start a business, a New-Year’s resolution or a self-improvement goal, but very few finish their goal. Jon Acuff joins Robert & Kim to discuss his research into what it takes to finish your goal and succeed.
Success isn’t built on ideas alone. The journey from idea to action requires several specific steps, and then additional steps are required to turn action into success. Marie Forleo joins Kim to share how she guides people everyday to go from good idea to successful business.
Public pensions & 401(k) plans are a crisis looming. John MacGregor joins Robert & Kim to discuss how these programs are unsustainable, and how they pose huge financial turmoil for the majority of the globe’s population. This program is a must-listen for anybody relying on or participating in a public pension.
In business, your greatest enemy is oftentimes yourself. Rich Dad Advisor Josh Lannon joins Robert to discuss how humans self-sabotage. Find out how to identify the elements of self-sabotage and navigate your way around them.
Businesses finally figured out how to deal with The Millennials, and now the next generation has arrived. In this episode find out who Gen Z is, what kind of employees they are, what kind of consumers they are, and most importantly, how they integrate into the business community.
Businesses fail because leaders fail. Leaders fail because they B.S. themselves. Jon Taffer joins Robert & Kim to discuss his hands-on experience in saving hundreds of failing businesses. Jon shares how he cuts through the B.S. to resuscitate businesses.
Young adults and children are being coddled by their parents & teachers. This can impact their ability to think critically and overcome obstacles. Greg Lukianoff joins Robert to discuss how an entire generation may be headed for failure.
Real estate markets are approaching 2007 prices; in some places even exceeding prices from a decade ago. Does this mean we’re headed for a crash? Rich Dad advisor Ken McElroy joins Robert & Kim to offer insight into both the residential and commercial markets.
Mass migration, the rise of anti-establishment politicians, and global cynicism can all be linked directly to The Great Recession of 2008. Nomi Prins joins Robert & Kim to discuss how central banks have rigged the economic system, and potentially made things worse ten years after the last financial crisis.
There are three economic developments currently at play that likely will dramatically impact the global economy and your wealth. Asian-based economist Richard Duncan joins Robert & Kim to reveal these three developments, and more importantly, what you can do to navigate the inevitable disruption that will come from these threats.
Corruption and mismanagement by government and business elites will never be stopped. In fact, it will only get worse and cost you more of your savings. David Stockman, a Washington DC insider, joins Robert & Kim to discuss “The Swamp,” and how citizens around the globe are headed for choppy financial times unless they begin planning a defense strategy today.
You likely know what the U.S. government’s position is on trade wars with China, but what does China’s government think? In this episode, Kevin Massengill joins Robert & Kim to discuss China’s perspective. Massengill’s research offers insight that will aid anyone seeking information on this vital economic issue.
Most people aspire to live life with passion, but purpose, rather than passion, is the key to a successful life. Steven Pressfield joins Robert & Kim to discuss the value of a purpose-driven life. Find out why purpose is harder than passion, but ultimately more rewarding.
Why is Trump starting a trade war with China? Economist Richard Duncan joins Robert from Asia to discuss China’s strategy to combat Trump and what it means for Americans. From Wal-Mart shoppers to 401k investors, what happens in China impacts all Americans.
The U.S. is threatening trade wars around the globe. What impact will it have on your wealth, your job & your retirement? Mohamed El-Erian joins Robert & Kim to discuss the importance of bonds in this global jousting and how you can prepare yourself if there are trade wars.
Wall Street supposedly cleaned up its act after the Great Recession. How then could the biggest banking fraud ever unfold in the years after 2008? Tom Wright, author of “Billion Dollar Whale,” joins Robert & Kim to discuss a bank fraud that resembles a Hollywood thriller, except it’s true, and still unfolding.
Stocks are at all-time highs. Will they continue to rise? In this episode, legendary investor Bert Dohmen joins Robert & Kim to explain what’s driving the markets, and what likely is on the horizon. Dohmen brings over 40-years of experience analyzing and investing in stocks, and present’s a sober picture of the U.S. and global economies.
Robert & Kim speak with two founders of start-up companies that are thriving. Hear how each entrepreneur created a business, overcame enormous obstacles and succeeded. This is a must-listen episode for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs.
Business is a team sport. Going it alone limits your capacity to grow and succeed. In this episode Robert & Kim talk to two of their team members and share their experiences of building a successful business team.
Secret societies are not just subjects of Hollywood movies; they exist in the real world. G. Edward Griffin joins Robert & Kim to discuss the most influential secret societies. Find out how they work, how they influence your lives and how you can protect yourself from them.
Trump’s new tax code is impacting people around the globe. In this episode, Robert speaks with Tom Wheelwright, his personal tax advisor. Find out how the changes affect you, and what you can do to pay less taxes.
Robert always says that dealing with people is the hardest part of entrepreneurship. In this episode, Gretchen Rubin, author of “The Four Tendencies,” joins Robert & Kim to discuss the hard-wired personality traits of all people. Find out who you are, and just as importantly, how to build a team with complimentary characteristics.
We all know about fake news, but there’s so much more. In this episode, Robert explores “deep fake,” what it is and how it affects your life. Find out how your wealth, investments and financial future may be manipulated without your knowledge, and what you can do about it.
Iconoclastic entrepreneur Ken Langone joins Robert & Kim to discuss the rise of socialism in the U.S., and its threat to capitalism. If young people lose confidence in capitalism, what effect will it have on the U.S.? Langone shares insights on founding Home Depot, and as a result, helping over 3,000 employees become millionaires.
Schools refuse to teach financial education. As a result, it’s incumbent upon parents to teach their kids about money. In this episode, Rich Dad advisor Andy Tanner brings his entire family into the studio to discuss how he and his wife educate their kids, navigate the public schools and deal with parents who are financially ignorant.
The U.S. has started trade wars with China, Europe and Canada. In this episode, Robert & Kim speak with Alexander Elder about Trump’s strategy. Find out what the intended and unintended consequences of these trade wars will have on your investing, your business and your retirement.
The rich are getting richer, and the middle class is getting poorer. In this episode, Robert & Kim speak with Steven Brill about the causes of income inequality. Find out how severe income disparity impacts you and how you can protect yourself from its pitfalls.
It’s never too early or too late to become free through financial education. In this episode Robert speaks to a teenager who is already earning income through entrepreneurial endeavors. Robert also speaks to a man who became financially free while in jail.
The spirit of giving makes good business sense. In this episode, Robert speaks with John Ruhlin about effective gift giving as a marketing and sales tool. Find out why giving away coffee mugs with your company logo may be hurting sales.
Building a successful business starts with knowing what kind of builder you are. In this episode Kim speaks with Sangeeta Badal of Gallup about her research into what drives entrepreneurial success. Find out why some entrepreneurs are good builders, and some are not.
The Great Recession triggered central banks to collude and print massive amounts of money. In this episode, Robert & Kim speak with Wall Street insider Nomi Prins and find out exactly how banks are rigging the global economy. Once you understand how un-checked massive money printing works, you may want to reassess your investing strategy.
The truth is becoming harder to detect in this age of fake news, deception and technology. In this episode, Robert & Kim talk to Michael Floyd, ex-CIA officer, who specializes in detecting deception. If the truth can set you free, then lies can keep you shackled to unproductive business practices and relationships. Find out how you can learn how to uncover liars and align yourself with the truth.
Business and wealth could drastically change with the advent of bitcoin and blockchain. In this episode, Robert talks with Landon Thorne about the dramatic changes “people’s money” will bring. Find out which businesses will be positively and negatively impacted, and how you can plan to successfully adapt to this new way of doing business.
Financial education is more challenging than ever today. Who do you trust? Where do you find authentic information? In this episode, Robert & Kim talk to Ryan Holiday, author of “Trust Me, I’m Lying” & “Conspiracy.” Find out how you can successfully continue your financial education and bypass the fake news.
Your personal and business details are valuable and under threat. In this episode Robert & Kim talk to Jennifer Granick, author of “American Spies,” about who is stealing your privacy, how they’re doing it, and what you can do to fight back.
The direction of the stock market effects a lot more than just stock investors. If you’ve got retirement plans or pensions you should be very focused on what the stock market is doing. If you think you’re going to be playing golf in your twilight years you better think again. This week we talk with Dr. Alexander Elder (Come Into My Trading Room) about why education in the stock market isn’t just for traders.
Jim Rickards joins Robert & Kim in studio for a special show about economic forecasting. Find out how to determine business trends based on Rickard’s years of experience working on Wall Street and with the CIA and Pentagon.
Successful entrepreneurs must raise capital, and that means understanding how to talk about money. In this episode, Kim talks to Kathleen Burns Kingsbury about building financial confidence. Krista Morgan also joins Kim to discuss how she raised millions of dollars to propel her business P2Binvestor.
Robert says no entrepreneur will succeed without learning how to communicate effectively. In this episode, Robert Cialdini discusses his ground-breaking research into persuasion and influence. Find out how you can apply it to your business and life and better achieve your goals.
Everyone is talking about Blockchain but what does it all mean? How does it work? In this episode, Robert talks with Jeff Wang of RocketFuel, and Rob LeCount and Joel Flint of The Rich Dad Company. Find out how this new technology is revolutionizing so many of the industries that touch your life.
Big business creators use specific skills that differentiate them from small business owners. In this episode, Robert speaks with Greg McKeown about his research on the behavior of successful big business owners. Find out what the leaders of Southwest Airlines do to keep them at the top of the pack, and why going from small to big starts with saying no.
Real estate is unlike any other investment. It requires specific skills and focus. In this episode Robert & Kim talk to their personal real estate partner, Ken McElroy. Find out what works and what doesn’t, and why real estate is Robert’s favorite investment.
With terrorism and the stock market at an all time high, is it time for gold again? Gold has been the stable anchor of currency for as long as we can remember and with times as uncertain as they are it may be time to return to that stable base.This week we talk with James Rickards (Author: The New Case For Gold) about the past, present and future of the most venerable currency standard in human history.
Finding the best people to help your business starts with building the right culture. In this episode, Kim talks with Sallie Krawcheck, who spent years working at the highest levels of corporate business before walking away to start her own business. Kim & Sallie share hard-earned wisdom about the rapidly changing work landscape and what pitfalls you’ll want to avoid. Twitter: @SallieKrawcheck & @Ellevest
A common mistake entrepreneurs make is believing that money makes them rich. Robert says that without financial education, money will actually create more problems. In this episode, Robert talks to three men who earned big money early in life, and had to continually build their financial IQ in order to preserve and grow their wealth. This episode offers hard-earned wisdom valuable for anyone who plans to make money.
Economies run in bubbles, they expand and then burst. Is our current economy about to burst? In this episode, Robert & Kim talk to Doug Casey, a contrarian investor with decades of experience building wealth during times of crisis. Find out what you can do to protect your wealth and even build wealth in uncertain times.
Taxes are often your biggest expense, unless you educate yourself. The historic new tax code means a whole new round of financial education is required. In this episode, Robert and Kim talk to their tax advisor, Tom Wheelwright, and tax law specialist Ed McCaffery. Find out how the new tax code impacts you, and what changes you must make to legally pay fewer taxes.
The science of timing applies to all aspects of life, including business. When is the best time to be creative? When is the best time to negotiate? When is the best time to hire or fire an employee? In this episode, Robert and Kim talk to Daniel Pink about understanding timing and using it to gain a financial advantage. Daniel Pink. Twitter: @danielpink
We are entering unprecedented economic times. Stocks are at all-time highs, but markets are jumpy. Interest rates are rising, which may impact bonds in ways he haven’t seen for a generation. Find out the best way to navigate this landscape in this episode with Bert Dohmen, Robert & Kim.
Individual pursuits limit your success. Team pursuits allow you to achieve larger goals. As Robert always says, business is a team sport. In this episode, find out how to go from small potential to big potential. GUEST: Shawn Achor. Twitter: @shawnachor
Bitcoin is all the rage, but blockchain is what you should be focused on. What is blockchain, and how is it being applied? In this episode, Robert & Kim discuss blockchain, bitcoin and the rapid changes in business fueled by technology. Learn more from Landon Thorn at: https://fundersclub.com/blog/2016/09/22/landon-thorne/
What does 2018 hold for investors? In this episode, Robert & Kim are joined by Dennis Gartman, publisher of The Gartman Letter. Gartman has been actively investing and publishing for over 40 years, and oftentimes offers a contrarian’s view. Find out what his projections are for gold, stocks and commodities.