– Hello this is Robert
Kiyosaki and we’re here for another exciting and
important and financial education. Money for Millennials, or
Millennials and Their Money. Cause as you and I know, our school teaches us this about money. – Yes. – And it really kinda screws people up, because they go out of
school and they start doing the thing we talked about, go to school and get a job, right? So that was the first two lessons. So we have Alexandra here. She is a daughter of our dear friends Fernando and Cicilia Gonzalez. And Alexandra was born the same year that rich dad was born. – Yeah. – And again for those who may not know my rich dad was my best friend’s father. My poor dad was an academic
straight A student, I wasn’t. I was a D, F, and C student. On a good day. (laughing) But my rich dad never finished school. So he had a completely
different point of view. It’s not right or wrong, but rich dad was an entrepreneur, and poor dad was a school teacher, head of education, PhD, Stanford, University of Chicago, all the credentials for academics. So at the age of nine in Hilo, Hawaii, my rich dad starting teaching me. Cause I asked a question of my teacher, my fourth grade teacher, said, “When do we learn about money?” “Well we don’t teach about money.” And I thought that was really stupid. Why go to school, get a job but know nothing about money? So with that this lesson’s
lesson number one, and the rich don’t work for money. So when I show you that
what goes through your head? – Because I already know your philosophy it makes a lot of sense to me. – But for somebody watching
this for the first time. It doesn’t make sense right? – [Alexandra] Yeah it doesn’t make sense. – Cause you go to school to get a job so you can work for money. – [Alexandra] That’s the
purpose of life, yeah. – Right, right. To be a slave for money. – Exactly. – And work for idiots like me. (laughing) – [Alexandra] Exactly. – But anyway my way of
teaching is to first put doubt in your brain. To challenge your belief systems. And then maybe you can choose new beliefs, or keep up with old beliefs. So when you think about working for money, what comes through your head? – I think about the time
that I worked at the bank and I was working paycheck to paycheck. And I wasn’t exposed to
the financial education that you provide me with. It was kind of sad that I
couldn’t afford the things that I wanted to do, and I was just in this
cycle of paying my bills, and going to work and that’s it. – Do you have friends who
haven’t found the good job, even though they went to school. – So I have many friends
that have graduated and they’re told that
they’re gonna go to school, and they’re gonna find a job, and they find themselves without anything. So many of them have found jobs, and many of them have
have also not found a job. – The irony of when I
left school in the ’60s, there was plenty of jobs. But the world has changed. And our schools haven’t. And they’re still making
this innate promise of get a job. And I was very fortunate
when I graduated in ’69, we’re the highest paid
graduates in the world. My classmates were making
about $120,000 to $150,000 a year. That’s not much money today, but 1969 that was a lot of money. But naturally as young guys do, we spent every penny of it. (laughing) So I had my rich dad’s lesson, the rich don’t work for money, in my head. I said, “Okay I’m making all this money, I have a secure job, but what’s beyond that?” And that’s where education comes in. So if I could explain this
to you for the rest of the millennial lessons, it’s really gonna be on this theme here. Because financial education is
about not working for money. Like one of the first questions, when I finally realized
what my rich dad was saying, I said, “well when do I
never need a paycheck again?” See my goal wasn’t go to the moon, or cure cancer, my job was when would I
never need a paycheck again? Because as long as you need a paycheck, be it from an employer
or like my poor dad, he was so afraid of losing
his government pension. And I’m going “Jesus what
a way to run your life.” Your pension? So my old man kinda got fired, he lost his pension. It was the most frightening
thing in the world to him. He had no pension. Then it was social security, which is even worse. So that’s why my goal
when I was about your age, a little older around 25 I said, “My goal is to never
need a paycheck again, from anybody, even the government, I don’t want any
Medicare, social security, or whatever.” Well I was a military pilot, so, “Oh you gotta get the
military pilot pension.” I said, “You do, but I’m not going to.” And just because of this here. That was the difference. Cause I never wanted to work for money to need a paycheck. So the next few lessons
in Millennial Money, you’ll find out what I do work for. So for right now let me
go to the lesson here. So this comes from rich dad poor dad. And these are some of the distinctions. It was the advantage I had at age nine, cause I knew what I wanted to work for. And this here in simple terms is called a financial statement. In school they teach
you to get a FICO score. FICO is BS. All that means, how good are you paying your bills? That’s all FICO means. Should be the Fido score. (laughing) Good dog. So this is what your banker wants to see. When I was nine years old playing Monopoly with my rich dad, this was the lesson that’s
not included in Monopoly, but rich dad taught me. And fundamentally the problem
that most people make, they go to school to get a job, and they work here. So this is the poor middle
class and these guys. And we’re gonna talk about later your first line on an expense is taxes. You know just recently
President Trump said he’d get a tax cut. He didn’t have a tax cut for these guys. As you know the rules are
always written for the rich. I didn’t make the rules. You can get angry at me, but these are the rules. The rich make the rules. The Golden Rule. He who has the gold makes the rules. (laughing) So the tax cut went to people here. That’s where it goes to, you’ll learn more about this later on. But this is what I work for. So what I work for number one is I’m an entrepreneur, I want businesses, I
have multiple businesses. And I don’t work as you
know because you work here, you never see me do you? – No. – Because I don’t work for a paycheck. – [Alexandra] Exactly. – Next is real estate. And real estate is good for many things which we’ll go into, but number one is debt. I use a lot of debt to buy real estate, and I pay no taxes. That’s the relationship there. The next is paper. And that’s savings, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, and that stuff. I don’t have any of that stuff. I don’t save money, I don’t have any of that. But this is what most people have, go to school get a job, get a 401K and save money. Loser. (laughing) I’m doing that just to upset you guys. Cause maybe you’ll start to think. Cause I didn’t make the rules, I’m just telling you these are the rules. These people pay the highest taxes. And they work the hardest. And the last are commodities
for different assets classes. So commodities are, number one is gold, silver, oil, land, water, food. So this is what I work for. When I left school, rather than working for a paycheck, and working for money, my education had to go
beyond getting a job. Which I had a good job, but I now had to start when I left school, about your age, the thing I focused on first
actually was commodities. So back in 1972 I started buying gold. And it was illegal for
Americans to own gold, can you imagine that? Back in ’72. Today you have Bitcoin, it’s different. Everything is changing so rapidly today. So I started with gold, but actually the next
thing was actually oil. Because I went to school
to be a tanker officer, driving ships for Standard Oil. So understand oil if I own, my wife and I don’t own Standard Oil or Chevron or Exon. We own oil wells. Again taxes. You get no tax breaks
for owning paper oil, huge tax breaks for owning real oil. And then I went into real estate. Why? Because I can use debt to buy real estate. And because I use debt, I pay no taxes. And then third I started my business, my first real real business. I had many many businesses as a kid. But my first real business
was a nylon and velcro surfer wallet business. I went worldwide right away, the trouble is I was an idiot and the business went up and the business came down. What kept me alive was this and this. So you may say well aren’t
you working for money, but we’ll go into that next. I don’t want what’s called a paycheck. I want cash flow, from here. So that’s what I mean by the
rich don’t work for money. You want cash flow that
pays very little taxes, and I can use lots of debt over here. The average person went to school, their biggest liability they have is student loans of course. (laughing) – Yeah of course, definitely. – I mean it’s horrible what
they do to you guys today. A student loan was just the
worst type of debt of all because you cannot
declare bankruptcy on it. Then you get and you try to buy a house, and you call it an asset
when it’s really a liability. Why? Because the cash if flowing that way. Your house costs you money every… You rent a house it’s
all costing you money. Then you have to have a nice car, I had one of those… this. So the problem with most young
people is they go to school to get that job, then a lot of them has student loan debt. Then they try to get
married and buy a house, have a car, and then they have credit card debt. But they never have the
chance to come over here. If they do any investing
in America it’s a 401K, which I wouldn’t touch
with a 10 foot pole. Now you should, but I don’t cause I don’t have to. Cause I went to school for here, and people who don’t go
to school should be here. This is a 401K, IRA, ETFs and that stuff. Paper. Savings. I don’t touch that stuff. And we’ll go into that later on. So when I say the rich
don’t work for money, I never want to be
dependent on a paycheck, either from an employer or the government. I want to be a free human being. Any comments any questions on this? – Well now I see it clearly
because it’s ironic how people were upset about
Trump not paying taxes, but in reality he would
have to be a complete idiot if he paid taxes especially
when you were talking about your assets and how the government wants you to have these things. They want you to own homes
and invest in properties. That’s exactly what Trump was doing, and so he gets all the
tax benefits from it. – Correct. – So many people come
to this country because they want to live the American Dream, of buying their house, going to a job working
paycheck to paycheck, goin to school, when in reality that’s a nightmare. – And what happens if they lose their job. – They lose all security
they were promised and they lose everything. And they don’t have anything to provide for their family either. – So what does your brain, I mean you’re a very smart young lady, but now your brain is a think right? – [Alexandra] Yeah. – So the question is when I talk to people about financial education, well right now we’re gonna talk
about there’s another issue is Bitcoin, the dollar and gold. Which one is better? I love real estate
again because it’s debt. I use debt to buy real estate. And everybody else is
saying get out of debt. (laughing) I love debt. Trump loves debt he’s the king of debt. I’m in debt about $600 million. The average person cannot pay
for their credit card debt. – [Alexandra] Wow. – That’s how tragic it is. And I’m talking about educated people. And then this here I get tax breaks because I have employees. This’ll be another subject going
down with Millennial Money. But if you have a job you’re taxed, if you hire employees
they give you tax breaks. Look at right now Amazon
is looking for a new home. Every government wants
to give them a home. “Please move to Indiana.
Please move to Canada.” Why? Cause they’ll bring in employees, and employees pay the tax. It’s the same as Tesla. They got I think $50 billion
from the state of Nevada. Cause they bring in employees. So that’s why when your
teacher says to you go to school get a job, you say, “I think I’ll
think a little bit different this time.” Now you need a job in interim. But you want a job for the experience. That’s the difference. So the reason rich dad’s
lesson number one is rich don’t work for money, is I never want a paycheck, I wanna use debt, and I don’t wanna pay tax, I pay some tax but minimum tax. But I wanna accumulate
this so I have cash flow. Anything you wanna say,
any questions on that? – No, I’m happy because
I can see both sides. I do see the employee’s side, and the entrepreneur’s side. And thankfully because
I work in this company, I’m not forced to work a
regular nine to five job. I’m able to actually
work on my own projects, and it’s incentivized that we actually do become entrepreneurs. – Our company encourages
everybody to come here. So we don’t have a 401K do we? (laughing) – [Alexandra] No. – We don’t have a
retirement plan here do you? – [Alexandra] No. – Keeps you motivated right? – [Alexandra] Yeah it does, it does. – So what would you say to
your friends or your fellow millennials about why the
rich don’t work for money? – I would tell that they truly
need to educate themselves because to work for money
is completely ridiculous. While taxes are increasing, and the inflation is increasing, it doesn’t make any sense to be working from paycheck to paycheck. The rich don’t work for money. Money works for them. – Or being afraid of being fired. Or losing your pension. Do you realize that’s the
biggest terror of most people? I might lose my pension too? – Yeah it’s really sad that
it’s one of the biggest fears of everybody on a daily basis whether they’re gonna get fired or not. And just seeing that my dad
previously and my mother were both scared of not being
able to support our family and now thankfully because
we followed your philosophy, we have all the freedom in the world. – And your mother’s a real estate agent. She’s an investor and real estate agent, and she can help you. – [Alexandra] Yeah exactly. Both of them are my team, and tomorrow if I do get fired I have my properties to live off of. – You do too good a
job for us to fire you. (laughing) – [Alexandra] No I work hard here. – Are you afraid of being, if you make a mistake in this company, are fired? – No mistakes are actually encourage. Coming from a traditional work system, where we’re punished for it, and then coming to this
one where they’re actually incentivized because we learn from them, it’s amazing. – Correct but you have to
admit you made a mistake. If you cover up the mistake you’re fired. – [Alexandra] Exactly. So Sarah my supervisor whenever I’m like, “I’m so sorry I
can’t believe I messed up.” She’s like, “No it’s okay
we learn from our mistakes.” – That’s our culture here. – [Alexandra] It’s awesome. – So thank you. So the rich don’t work for what? – Money. – And for those of you at home, find a friend and discuss this. Thank you.


  1. Ramos says:

    Im a Junior in High School. No knowledge in entrepreneur or anything this guy talked about. How do I get a good start?

  2. Sur Bxnnieee says:

    Working in the enterprise sector definitely isn’t for everyone, hell its not for most people. It depends on what your values are, really your personality when it comes down to it. Different people find different purposes so do what works for you.

  3. J WillyB says:

    I still don't understand how to use debt to make money… I got lots and lots of debt so how do I start making money now??

  4. Tiago Lourenço says:

    The stock market has been very profitable and lucrative for me ever since I began trading with Tim Williams as my trading expert.

  5. murage kimani says:

    My commerce teacher never taught us this

  6. keven jose bedford parrales says:

    I have free hunted melons of dilans farm ajajajajajaa

  7. RedRaiders_13 says:

    The “A” students work for the “C” students.

  8. Migos culture says:

    This girl in the video wasn't as open minded, just about looks

  9. K B says:

    The girl sexy af

  10. YouBackTube Jeff says:

    any one else notice that ALL his videos are the exact same ? the same diagram and same speech with slightly different wording….. and the hot babe is wearing different clothes…. I keep thinking the different videos with different titles will share something new….. but his videos are ALL THE SAME THING !

  11. Samuel b says:

    The world has lost its ability to think for themselves. Good for you Robert for not excepting what they give you, (You take what you want) that’s the way to live,(FREE)

  12. Thomas John says:

    watch this video and waste 16 min of your life

  13. Adam Stone says:

    I've been neet for 17 years, life is great! I spend my days playing video games, growing marijuana to make me lots of money, and hiking. History won't remember you or your job, it's a waste of time

  14. Samuel b says:

    That’s amazing, not being scolded or punished for mistakes. GOD I HATE RETAIL, I now have a different mindset from this video I now look at my gay job and see all the faults in it. I have nothing to prove to anybody. If anything I have to prove to myself. Employers
    Don’t care, the harder you work- you can keep you’re BS 80 hours while I sit back
    And check out sales figures all day.

  15. FrontlineSuicide says:

    What does he mean when he says he uses debt to buy real estate?

  16. Greta Narkovskaja says:

    And big side in investing in to stuff put money back in to the business because that’s how usually business fails because as an person from not so wealthy family then you get money first think is I need to get that and then that and then you wait again for money to come in but what we should do is put that money back to the business and then again and again that’s how you grow

  17. Samuel b says:

    I was like you a flunkie at the academics, but I flourished in shop class and options that were hands on
    The education system has failed the kids, not kids failing the education system.

  18. Mist Réme says:

    It was illegal to own gold back in 1972 and yet he had gold commodities . . . Hmmm. Perhaps I should own marijuana commodities which are worth 4x what gold is worth overall . . . But then that would be a Federal Crime in 2019. Hmmmm. Who says crime doesn’t pay?

  19. Alex Morgan says:

    Borrowing money at a rate lower than the income from a property, business or stock to get infinite leverage can lead to infinite growth. But if you're stuck holding the bomb when the music stops, you could find yourself in a situation where the cost of debt goes up, no banks will allow you to re-finance and you can't sell your property or shares without taking a massive loss. There is nothing easy about any of this unless you happened to buy at the beginning of a great bull-run and consolidated near the top. There is no way of knowing this won't happen in the next 12 months.

  20. Serge Campeau says:

    This is all logical. But, the rich cannot be rich if everybody else stop to accept their basic role and ordinary life. If everybody tries to become rich and never want to have a normal job, the whole society will crash. The simple reality is that rich people, most of the time, are just parasites. They are rich not only because they are smart, but because they are also lazy. By the way, people stressing out about losing their pension only exist in USA. For me, the worst scenario of all is to become a slave of a multinational corporation, most of the time USA based.

  21. Serge Campeau says:

    The education system does not cover money that much because money is not supposed to be that important. Money at the beginning was just a convenient way to exchange services in a fair and accurate way. When money started to be attracting money by itself, everything became distorded, and when money became based only on debt, it became worst. Managing money only for profit as no added value and is not providing any real net wealth

  22. F M says:

    she knows his philosophy but is working a shitty job. good job at saying what you know, when you dont know anything.

  23. F M says:

    people in general are stupid blind. how many rich people out there are saying thanks rober kiosaki for helping me become rich… no one….

  24. Crown Clown says:

    Quit putting her in videos Wtf.

  25. Darya says:

    "mistakes are encouraged" …lol you guys hiring?

  26. Doods Raven Lolo says:

    Good day brethren, please don't use the name of the Lord in vain, or using it as common expression.
    Thank you.

    7. Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.

    Exodus 20:7

  27. Pervez Nawaz says:

    what a cool teacher. what an amazing company ethos WE LEARN FROM OUR MISTAKES

  28. RAJESH KUMAR says:

    Nice Sir.

  29. Korina Mae Ynoc says:

    Jobs are for lossers! "L" that hit me in the gut being a banker myself 🤣

  30. Abhishek Karn says:

    Also tell about ..That how to make money without a job..

  31. Chris Valliere says:

    Yes! Please tell me more rich asian guy with purple glasses who has clearly never been homeless in his life, tell me more about why I should not work anymore! Hell, we should all just stop working and get government jobs!! I don't care that being rich is completely a matter of opinion, I just want an easy way out! People, stop for a minute and think about it, would you be reading this if everyone followed this guy's advice? Would you even be able to eat if every grocery store clerk said nah fuck it I want to be rich? I get it, working sucks, but even Warren Buffett started as a paperboy alright, this guy is so out of touch with reality he wears his mothers glasses. Just find a good company, do research, start an RRSP and give up the dream of not working for a living, cause that life just doesn't exist without a major inheritance

  32. thomas kristensen says:

    well you Are a Lucky Guy but you still have to die and you can't take anything whit you ha ha you Come the same place like the poor people.

  33. Jaival Singh says:

    I'm young I didn't understand relation between debt real estate and taxes. If you r in debt u don't have to pay taxes?

  34. gemini2633 says:

    She sounds like a programmed robot. Something weird about the presentation here with her and him🤔

  35. Blulos says:

    I feel like a boss prethinking the real estate debt strategy before he showed it to me.
    Ongoing Entrepreneur, collecting money right now with stocks, reselling work on fiver for more money and hopefully making a GUIDE on how to make money (dropshipping etc)
    I am 17 and so fucking ready to turn 18 in 2 weeks.
    Since 3 Months I am freaking out to become 18 to finally do this stupid shit I always wanted to do.

    Greetings from Germany

  36. LIFE 4 KICKS says:

    Who elses a millionaire but still here to hear this man out

  37. Thomas warhurst says:

    Im just wondering what his poor dad thinks about him after all the down play to the poor dad in all these videos i hear the mined set on never say i cant but even the super rich cant always get what they want

  38. CGballin 4 says:

    I’m sorry but this girl just agrees with everything he says.

  39. Nicola Srour says:

    Hi Robert I'm a 45 year old single mum, I work part time because it's all I can do for now. Sick of having no money, could you teach me so I can teach my son please 🤗

  40. Rob G says:

    The whole key is can you think outside the box. If you go to school and get a 9-5 your a slave like everyone else. This guy is smart. You don't want a paycheck and you will NEVER get rich working for anyone or have any sort of job even a lawyer doesn't make an insane amount of money. Real estate is one of the best proven forms of cash flow because people always need housing. Small businesses like grandmas cookies come and go but people always need shelter until the end of days on this earth. Do not selling your time for money let the money work for you. However not everyone can do this. Life is unfair and it is only because of the misery of most people that a handful can live the good life. Sad but true

  41. Azathoth Hastur says:

    guy is getting FAT

  42. Azathoth Hastur says:

    girl is obviously not american parents probly illegals and she should be classed illegal

  43. Muiri MacDuff says:

    He's a fraud. He had a rich dad, which meant of course he was going to be rich. His dad had loads of wealth to share.

  44. Alec Stone says:

    Anyone else see the thumbnail and thought he was playing a flute with his nose?

  45. PG13 Basketballclub says:

    This girl doesn’t have her own mind. Ask him REAL LIFE QUESTIONS. She’s regurgitating his ideas. I like the concept of the show but she really annoys me with her questions and comments.

  46. Exodus Ravens says:

    Truly knowing is the best gift you've provided, and making it simple is great as well.

  47. Rob Bristle says:

    What a RIDICULOUS title (Getting A Job Is For Losers). Jobs are what contributes to ALL the PRODUCTION needed to keep our society viable and LIVABLE. If Mr. Kiyosaki is seriously injured and is taken to the hospital how would the doctors who would potentially save his dumbass be there if they hadn’t applied for a JOB as a doctor? JEEZ!!

  48. Dave Hause says:

    The curtain has been pulled aside…

  49. Ap0c says:

    I do not have a job. So you say i am not a loser. I have 10k debt and no real income. Am i doing well in your eyes dad?

  50. R. R. says:

    Hey girl , how about asking what he means by using DEBT to purchase real estate? Its not an interview if you dont ask questions. wth!

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  52. Dao Anh says:

    Learn from the mistake! That's our culture here. That's the best answer i've heard.

  53. Flor anderson says:




  54. Corek BleedingHollow says:

    But what about your credit score? How are you in all that debt and use debt to get a cash flow in your pocket?

  55. Luke Bernstein says:

    So basically this guy is a millionaire so he thinks anybody who isn't is a loser. I see.

  56. Brian Kenneth Kondas says:

    The rich work to acquire income producing assets so they don’t have to work for money.

  57. Richard Benoit says:

    Thanks for the post

  58. Baba Kamlesh says:

    I like your Book 👈👉Name Rich Dad

  59. Rolms says:

    ok, so r u telling me that me, be looking for a job that gives stability because i need to move out from my parents because im getting beated up to the point that i need a nose job out of so many times my father cracked my nose, r u telling me that i am a loser?

  60. Jay jay says:

    Well getting a job should be a stepping stone to some but dont end there. Keep improving yourself!

  61. Sjaak Schulteis says:

    I don't agree. Getting a job is not for losers, but getting a bad job maybe is. Not everybody has that urge to be rich. I had a very good job for 30 years, traveled all over the world, stayed in fancy hotels, had a reasonable good income. And could retire at the age of 55. So, no. But, maybe most jobs are not ideal, especially jobs that don't require a skill or education, the poorly payed jobs. But then again, somebody with no education or somebody who doesn't have the skill required, can't do what he did. The possibilities are there, but not everybody can learn to make his own money. A lot of people need to have a "safe" job. They are not losers. They are different.

  62. Corek BleedingHollow says:

    I get the point about assets and liabilities and cash flow but… it still doesn’t change the fact that I can’t afford to buy assets.

  63. Random Dose Of Video Or Music says:

    Ok but where do i start?i dont have money to be an employee.

  64. blank Wall 03 says:

    Ok… Nice video and awesome advice but…if everyone becomes entrepreneur and don't work for money.. Den how do we run our business without man power?

  65. Sugoish says:

    Just got here but awwwe I really want to be a doctor :'(

  66. Relaxing Unboxing says:

    Getting a job is not fully considered for losser .. but is a steping stone for people in life if they can see what is wrong eith the world today… what the biggest problem for the society today is everyone think that they are born to get a job n work for ppl..this is what i call modern slavery that wear suit sit in office…
    most ppl is scare , if they jobless they be homeless and that not a wrong thing.. but they dint know they can actually built another road of how to make money work for them in a correct way… we all go to work just depend on what way we work

  67. xristos k says:

    you don't learn by crises…Kiyosaki is just lucky he earned money the right time.I see people go…''i will start my own business tomorrow''.When?Now?And how do you know if in 1 or 2 years the economy collapse?You will be BROKE and UNEMPLOYED…but the teacher/the doctor/the cop WILL HAVE a paycheck even if it will is small..
    Also Kiyosaki had an important thing that few have.He had the ''reach dad''.he had CONNECTIONS from young age.And the ''reach dad'' had his back and wanted to help him.

    Also you MUST KEEP having connections with politicians and rich people to keep you going.Or else you will accomplish nothing.

  68. Todomani says:

    I dont like her comments

  69. Nancy Martinez says:

    You have to work hard to acquire assets and accumulate liabilities! You could only have tgese with money you have to work hard for, paycheck to paycheck! It takes years to accumulate a good amount this to invest in businesses and stocks! You can still loose it all if you don't work putting some of your time and effort in it, like whose not doing their job right in your company, or whose stealing from you! Only a young person, after working hard, paycheck to paycheck may be able to aquire this dream, but this is not for everyone!

  70. Edward Lindsay says:

    I’m 61 working a good paying job! 100k a year what should be my steps forward?

  71. Angler Chronicler says:

    What profits a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?

  72. David D. Oquendo says:

    Is she reading a script?

  73. abdullah alsugair says:

    I am in deep shit because I took his advice, get a job stay secure and have a family. Don’t complicate things

  74. Christopher Tatzreither says:

    Read Mr. Kiyosaki's book, then after that read 7 Habits of Effective People and then you're sorted for life.

  75. hans gruber says:

    Kiyosaki is a boomer that says fuck you boomers

  76. Tea Tea says:

    Thats so true tho. Most of the CEO are idiots but all the smart people are the slaves working for money


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  78. Jorge O. says:

    When you have no resources, selling your labor is the only way to acquire money. most banks do not give money to broke people. They want a return on their money, just like any other investment.

  79. Verga Kombat says:

    01:53 lol

  80. Branden Putnam says:

    Get a job, pay Bill's save money put saved money into gold after you have enough take a small small percentage back out and day trade wisely and never put all your eggs in one basket use the tools on every trade and minimize your risk

  81. LA MAMI Gateau says:

    Is this girl some kind of advanced robot ? OR is she just empty inside?

  82. WORLD WIDE says:

    150k is shit nowadays I agree…. …. …..

  83. ms Thapa says:

    I don't have job and money, life is getting tough to survive still I am not called a loser… strange.

  84. Dana White's double chin says:


  85. jasonk 249 says:

    How do you go to the bank and get the debt to use for your real estate what is the process

  86. SuperStar K says:

    can someone please explain how you use debt to buy real estate?

  87. toney poney says:

    Starting a business need money, buying gold also need a lot of money. So tell us how can we get money to invest in money?

  88. Liz Trader says:

    Just starting with less than 500 dollars doing what I love, trading stocks. Truthfully, I feel 500 dollars is not enough money, and I am currently living with my parents. The last thing I want to do is get a job, but what other alternative is there when my credit is poor, and I can't get a loan?

  89. Ms Tee says:

    Resigned from my job after 12yrs. Started my childcare business and things are going great. Best decision I’ve ever made.

  90. Shadeau #GU says:

    If your poor you need money to buy assets to get rich… Little redundant… Especially coming from a guy who became rich from daddys money and poor people buying his book 😒

  91. Nick N says:

    For all you morons saying money isnt everything and blabla. If you have financial freedom imagine being always there for your kids and going often on vacations without coming back and saying oh shit back to work now. Imagine that wont exist anymore.
    Just imagine having energy to hit the gym every morning and sometimes twice a day cause your not drained with 9 to 5 crappy job and seeing results on your body. Your bored u say ? Get a part time job until ur fed up and quit again or increase activities
    and or read books. Whats more fun reading books of your choice or going to work making someone else rich ??. I

  92. Dilly Dally says:

    Anyone else afflicted when he flipped the paper and it crinkled on the right side?

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  94. Firmn_L L. says:

    Excellent philosophy as I'm watching this just now. I've been thinking, through my experience, jobs are strenuous and minimum wage, and the number of jobs I've had found and haven't held onto lol. 9-5 9.00-10.00/ hour capping commission restaurants serving tables in a family business and tips is a good way to climb back. But it means nothing if u dont manage and invest or save.

    Anyway, I do feel people are stupid working 3 jobs to support you, mortgage, kids in school, bills. Or 1 job part time, minimum wage. If that's you, good for you.

    But if u have an idea, can make your own coffee, fuck Starbucks, by a pack that can last a month from publix! These people, college girls, car wash to stripping lol… To support kids part time. It's slavery!

    It's not a job until you take all of what you've learned. How can I make money and do it yourself. Establish own schedule. No bosses. No tax deductions.

    If something you know can earn you money rather than working for someone. Do it!

  95. Firmn_L L. says:

    In middle school– now having just a GED, I always thought about how a mom goes to the grocery 3x/ week and works and works till this day. While other moms only go once a month. My aunt and uncle don't have much of an education but go to get groceries 3 tines a year.. And waiting a paycheck to pay bills.


  96. Frank Overå says:

    We're not suppose to know about money, just working. We are only cattle at most. The money belongs to the Jews. Money create independence, and they want to control us, to make us their slaves. Only slaves work for money.

  97. Frank Overå says:

    Only the Jewish master's knows about money

  98. Maruthu MJ says:

    that girl is very annoying 😑

  99. rai key says:

    Not having a job, depending to others; becoming broke and a vagrant, make you suck and worse than being a loser for having a job. Being unemployed also makes you a dysfunction and an outcast in the society than having a job. I see a job as not the end all be all to be financially free by the way.

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