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Some Macro From Robert Kyosaki and Richard Duncan
« on: May 26, 2020, 11:45:30 AM »
I met Robert Kyosaki in 1990, long before his Rich Dad books brought him fame...My wife's brother is a close friend of his, and eventually he would lecture with Robert and his crew in places like Australia and New Zealand in the late 90's and the 2000's. I think Robert is an interesting character, if a bit of a showman....but I credit Robert with making me understand that debt can be a tool, and how it's related to cash flow.....and much later it would be Daniel Amerman who also re-inforced that teaching.....but this guy Duncan is worth listening to......because he totally groks what is going right now with the money it will work, or gets really good around the 27-28 minute mark, for those who don't have time to listen to it all.

The way Robert got started lecturing about money is interesting....his money mentors were followers of Bucky Fuller...and Robert and his original couple of teaching partners were deeply influenced by Fuller....I think all this is documented in his first couple of bestsellers, which came out a long, long time ago now.

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