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July 12, 2014

Richard Duncan

Life Beyond the Glass

Richard Duncan

People, especially Americans, have become very comfortable in the fish bowl they’ve made for themselves. Many don’t see what’s beyond our little world and they don’t seem to care. Meanwhile the world is making big moves without us and it will impact our finances and, ultimately, how we approach investing. This week, Kim and Robert Kiyosaki talk with Richard Duncan (author of The Dollar Crisis and The Corruption of Capitalism) about financial corruption in America and how the Fed is leading everyone off a cliff.


July 5, 2014

Myles “Fury” Jury, Josh Lannon

Fight for Success

Myles “Fury” Jury, Josh Lannon

If life is a fight to be number one, how are you training? This week, Robert and Kim talk with undefeated MMA fighter Myles “Fury” Jury about how fighting translates to success in business and why most get knocked out by fear before they even step into the ring. Myles talks about fostering the warrior mindset, the sacrifices he made to succeed, and how he’s using the Rich Dad principles to capitalize on his hard-won success.


June 28, 2014

Sal Diciccio, Doug Ducey Tom Wheelwright

The Big "R"

Steven Pressfield

We live with resistance everyday. But what does that word “Resistance” mean? This week Robert and Kim talk with Steven Pressfield (author of the books The Lion’s Gate, Turning Pro, and The Warrior Ethos) about the barriers we create for ourselves and how to overcome the big “R” of “Resistance.” Our lives have infinite potential, as well as infinite barriers; the secret is that we’re in charge of creating both.


June 21, 2014

Jim Rogers

The Current of Currency

Jim Rogers

Most Americans seem to think the U.S. is the epicenter of the financial universe. However, the U.S. economy is greatly influenced from outside our borders. This week we talk with currency expert Jim Rogers (author of Investment Biker and Street Smarts) about world currencies and why you need to pay more attention to what Asia is doing if you want to survive the next ten years.


June 14, 2014

Ken McElroy, Blair Singer, Andy Tanner, Garret Sutton

The Inner Circle

Ken McElroy, Blair Singer, Andy Tanner, Garret Sutton

You’re not supposed to be an expert on everything. You must find partners who can advise you. People typically try to do everything alone or rush into advisor relationships with disastrous results. This week, we’ll hear from Robert and Kim’s most trusted advisors: Ken McElroy, Blair Singer, Andy Tanner and Garret Sutton. If you want to evolve, you need advice; just be sure you’re not taking advice from an idiot or you’ll be the biggest idiot of all.


June 7, 2014

Jason Dorsey, Arron Pool, & Eric Browne

Young Guns

Jason Dorsey, Arron Pool, & Eric Browne

The shift from the Baby Boomers to Millennials isn’t coming, it’s here. The idea of traditional marketing strategies has fallen away, today’s consumers are more likely to trust the advice of strangers than their family and friends. This week we talk with Aaron Pool (Gadzooks), Eric Brown (MC Companies) and Jason Dorsey ("Y-Size Your Business”). Learn how Millennials are buying and how you should be selling.


May 31, 2014

Bert Dohmen, Mike Sullivan

Crisis and Crystal Balls

Bert Dohmen, Mike Sullivan

How can we possibly predict a financial crisis? What are the signs? This week, Kim and Robert talk with Bert Dohmen (The Wellington Letter) about spotting the clues to an impending financial disaster. Don’t just learn how you might recognize a looming crisis but, more importantly, how you can make money in it. The greatest opportunities to invest occur when things are at their worst.


May 24, 2014

General Jack Bergman & J.W. Wilson

Be An Example

General Jack Bergman & J.W. Wilson

These days our “leaders” don’t seem to lead nearly as much as they fight. What happened to true leaders like Dr. Martin Luther King, John Kennedy, Winston Churchill and Nelson Mandela? Whether you’re a boss or an employee, you have the potential to lead. This week we talk with General Jack Bergman and J.W. Wilson about the traits of a true leader. "You’re going to be an example; you might as well be a good one.”


May 17, 2014

Simon Sinek

Leaders Eat Last

Simon Sinek

What is the difference between “Authority” and “Leadership?" This week we talk with Simon Sinek (Author of Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last) about the divide between Dominant Bullying and Genuine Leadership. We watch as leaders like Putin command nations through bullying and aggression, but are these tactics sustainable? What makes a good leader? What makes a bad leader? What drives real leadership? Listen in and learn why “leaders eat last.”


May 10, 2014

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Bob Turner, Rhonda Hitchcock, Darrin Moore, & Brad Kendall

Does your employer give you benefits? Can we even consider 401(k)s a benefit? Do they let you follow your passion? Do they allow outside projects? If you got laid off, would you work for your company FOR FREE? This week we talk with members of the Rich Dad team about how they pursue their own entrepreneurial spirit while working for Rich Dad. What kind of company wants its employees to leave? Listen to find out.


May 3, 2014

Jerry Willams and Anthem Blanchard

Heavy Metal

Jerry Williams and Anthem Blanchard

Ever get the feeling you’re being ripped off, but you’re not sure how? In 1971, the United States went off the gold standard, turning the U.S. Dollar to a fiat currency. Since then, the government has done all it can to take gold out of the hands of private citizens. Kim and Robert talk with Jerry Williams (apmaz.com) and Anthem Blanchard (anthemvault.com) about the government’s manipulation of metal and how it’s ripping off the “savers” in society.


April 26, 2014

Christopher Bergin

Tax Day, Bloody Tax Day

Tom Wheelwright and Christopher Bergin

It’s your patriotic duty, neigh privilege, to pay your taxes! Yeah, we don’t believe that either. The myth of the “kinder, gentler” IRS has been tossed around for decades now and, like most myths, there are only a few grains of truth at its core. This week, Kim and Robert talk with Rich Dad Advisor Tom Wheelwright and Taxanalysts.com's Christopher Bergin about the increasingly adversarial nature of America’s tax enforcement.


April 19, 2014

Ken McElroy & Alex Brigham

First Do No Harm

Ken McElroy & Alex Brigham

Why be ethical? That seems like an incredulous question, but really think about it. Ethical companies cultivate trust from their customer base. Companies that exemplify a culture of ethical standards allow their customers to feel good about patronizing them. This week, Ken McElroy (MC Companies) and Alex Brigham (Ethisphere) join us to discuss the ramifications of ethical business practices and why it can mean more than a warm fuzzy feeling.


April 12, 2014

Bit Players Christian De Cook and Charles Goyette

Bit Players

Christian De Kok and Charles Goyette

“Bitcoin” that’s the word of the day. This week Robert talks with Bitcoin Exchange owner Christian De Kok and Charles Goyette (Bestselling author of “The Dollar Meltdown" and Radio Co-Host of "RON PAUL’S AMERICA”). They’ll discuss the origins of bitcoin, where it’s headed, what the dangers are and why we should care. In a world where we print money from thin air, how different is this digital currency?


April 5, 2014

Adam Taggart

Crash Course

Adam Taggart and Chris Martenson

Rich Dad just completed a 3-Day conference where the word of the day was “Preparation”. If you wan’t to prepare for a crisis, you need an idea of what’s coming. This week we talk with Adam Taggart (President of Peak Prosperity) and Chris Martenson (Author of Crash Course) about recognizing the signs of the upcoming financial collapse. It’s already happened in Greece, is America next?


March 29, 2014

Dr. Carol Dweck

Growth Mindset

Dr. Carol Dweck

Ever heard “That person has a head for business?” Ever wondered what the business mindset is and how it’s cultivated? This week Kim talks with Dr. Carol Dweck about the concept of a growth mindset vs. a fixed mindset. Discover how our feelings about learning can reveal our current mindset and how praising your kids for being smart can ultimately harm them.


March 22, 2014

Dr. Alexander Elder

Weighing Risk

Dr. Alexander Elder

It’s easy to get addicted to the stocks, the rush can be like a drug, and your financial planner becomes your dealer. The chance of an amateur making big moves against pros who leverage super-computers to make micro-second transactions is fairly slim. This week Robert and Kim talk with the brilliant Dr. Alexander Elder about education, greed and weighing risk.


March 15, 2014

Tom Wheelwright and Andy Tanner

Taking Stock of Your Life

Tom Wheelwright and Andy Tanner

The stock market as we know it, may not be around in time for you to cash in your 401K. This week we have Rich Dad Advisors Tom Wheelwright (Tax Free Wealth) and Andy Tanner (401Kaos). Listen in to learn how you can use stocks to your advantage without getting stuck in doomed 401Ks. Retirement should be the time to relax on a fishing trip, not get stuck on the hook.


March 8, 2014

Frank Luntz

Theft of the American Dream

Frank Luntz

The sense of pessimism and the sense of the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer is really taking hold. There is sentiment that the foundation of working hard for the American dream is slipping away. Frank shares his belief on government, business, and teachers and how their misbehavior has shaken his faith in the direction of this country. Listen to his heart-felt plea to right the ship before we all sink.


February 22, 2014

Samantha Meis and Connor Riley

An Idea Is All You Need

Samantha Meis and Connor Riley

Have you ever wanted to put your idea into production, but didn’t know where to get started? Kim talks about ideas with two young entrepreneurs, Samantha Meis and Connor Riley. Sam and Connor started MistoBox, a coffee distribution business based on a subscription model similar to BirchBox and Trunk Club.

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