Why the Rich are Getting Richer | Robert Kiyosaki | TEDxUCSD

Why the Rich are Getting Richer | Robert Kiyosaki | TEDxUCSD

Robert Kiyosaki is an entrepreneur and the author of β€œRich Dad Poor Dad”, the #1 bestselling personal finance book of all time. In his talk, he discusses the power of financial education and how it relates to income inequality.

Best known as the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki has challenged and changed the way tens of millions of people around the world think about money. He is an entrepreneur, educator, and investor who believes the world needs more entrepreneurs.With perspectives on money and investing that often contradict conventional wisdom, Robert has earned an international reputation for straight talk, irreverence, and courage and has become a passionate and outspoken advocate for financial education.

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Act Broke says:

I'm just a little guy

Cassandra says:

There were a couple of interesting points in between the shameless advertising and blanket generalizations, but really this guy is just some rich dude who throws shade from his castle at everyone who isn't or wasn't able to accumulate their own wealth by scheming, scamming or dirt-bagging their way through the system. Kind of a shitty attitude, turned me off from the whole thing.

Erik C says:

A parasite telling us people why he and the rest of the 1% are getting richer, as if we don't already know.
He might think we are stupid.

bikerusl says:

So everyone can be rich if we just use different words. Trump is starting it with gusto. Words become meaningless. Rich = Poor

Tapash Chatterjee says:

A MUST WATCH…….

ZENNology of Everything says:

pro tip: when the volume is too low, Just put on the subtitles, you Will understand

Ronald Thomas says:

Maybe next time you guys could take the time to mic Robert!!
Advice for the young. Live below your means, save, and with that savings invest.

Fleezus Christ says:

ok, as someone who grew up in hilo hawaii he should know that hilo is like the biggest city on the big island. not a tiny sugar plantation town. not a huge place but he didnt grow up in some little remote town.

KungFuChess says:

Rich are getting richer because of scammers like this guy

Jordan Schunk says:

No substance whatsoever.

pakalu papito says:

you know TED is desperate and going to the gutter when a ruthless douchebag like this pos is given a platform on TED. next we might have martin shkreli

Plane To The Brain ES says:

I can listen to this 100 times and still be amazed.

oliver overhage says:

Very wise man. Again and again deep wisdom is flowing.
It takes ears to hear wisdom. It takes a heart to feel truth/love or untruth.
From his heart is flowing a biiiig amount of unconditional love.
Thanks Robert

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Roy Higgins says:

America is a pyramid scheme. Always has been. Just because you have no integrity and like to screw people doesn't mean it is right.

Mr.T Unexpected says:

We are what we think

GabakUSA Free computer training says:

volume too low

Matthew Moselle says:

There's always a singular flaw in these same lectures, that will always trump the point explained by the lecturer. That is, if everyone were to be able to succeed, the way this gentleman explained, based off the information and suggestions given, then we would have a world of entrepreneurs, and no workers. Who would run the businesses, build the product or ship it out, etc. ? You can't keep people poor and oppressed simply because they are the workers and you are the owner/entrepreneur. And don't get me wrong, the owner should always walk away with the bigger slice of the pie, but for Christ fuckin sake, the scales are ridiculously uneven, more and more, every year that goes by. We were doing better in the 70s than we are now. Capitalism was different. It was actually capitalism. The shit going on now is just fuckin immoral and there's a price to be paid for it, by "EVERYONE". It's a handful of short straws and a couple of long straws. That's all there is to it.

Fred Pauser says:

So Mr. Kiyosaki advocates manipulating the system in order to become rich. He is part of the reason that the extreme gap in equality between the rich and everyone else has become so immorally wrong!

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