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Free Seminar from the Author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Following the link to register,
It's held at different locations throughout New York Area.

It should be very useful to learn some basic financial concepts in the modern world.

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  • Ruijie

    Well organized, Inspiring for the concept, but not too much detailed information. Good for people just started to think about owning business.

    January 11, 2013

  • Shu L.

    Robert K. will NOT be there. It is noted at the site. These seminars come frequently if you can't make these dates.

    January 5, 2013

  • Dave

    Just be aware that the Rich Dad Poor Dad courses are major upsells to other of his events which you can get similar info with less out of pocket. I can't speak about his equities or portfolio courses but please perform due diligence on his real estate courses as there are complaints in the BBB on them.

    1 · December 9, 2012

    • Dave

      Thanks Ruije for replying. I've read many of his books. Played his cashflow board games. Attended some of his events. My experience is he is a good sales person but his information is general and there are much better sources to get the HOW TOs on how to actually succeed in business at a much cost effective price.From a real estate perspective, many of the people that I know that went though his RE course didn't get value of it. Instead they could have went to more accredited courses in a university or even taken a course from CCIM or NYREI and gotten more. Additionally you may want to read this link: http://www.johntreed....­

      John T Reed is known as a real estate debunker who analyzes the claims of gurus. He serves as a counterpoint to those

      2 · December 10, 2012

    • Dave

      who seem to idolize Kiysoaki. I don't hate Kiyosaki and have meet successful people who can agree to some of the general principles of the philosophy. However I seen too many people hurt from the upsells just because of the hype. This is because the lack of due diligence. Instead one can get more of going to the SIBL (Science Industrial Business Library) NYPL where they gave FREE education on the basics of financial literacy which I find to be more cost effective and valuable.

      In a nutshell, just leave your credit cards at home and go to hear what Kiyosaki has to say however if you want to look at actually on the HOW TOs go to other places like

      NYSBS (NY Small Business Soutions)
      the local chamber of commerce

      in my humble opinion.

      2 · December 10, 2012

  • Ruijie

    Please follow the link, there are several different locations and time, choose from the page and register, Thank you.

    December 7, 2012

    • Ruijie

      You're welcome.

      December 7, 2012

  • Ruijie­ changed the location to New York, NY 10001

    December 6, 2012

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