What Financial Education Topics Do You Want to Talk About?

What Financial Education Topics Do You Want to Talk About?

I could talk about how the economy is tanking http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/08/26/gdp-us-economy-recession-growth_n_937702.html.

But who wants to beat a dead horse?

I write this blog for you. And I want it to be useful to you. A while back, I did a feature called “Ask Robert,” where I answered questions posted in the comment section. And the response was good.

Going forward, I want to do something a little different.

Here’s what I’m asking.

Post topics of interest to you in the comments section related to your financial education.

Then, I’ll line up ones I think are particularly interesting or insightful and write on them over the next few months.

I also want this blog to be useful to your friends and family. So I’m asking you to also share this blog with them via your social media accounts like Facebook and Twitter, or simply e-mail them, and ask them to give us some topics too.

Also, you may notice that in order to comment, we’re asking you to register for the Rich Dad Community.

The reason we’re doing this is because we want to make sure the people who are actually engaged with the Rich Dad Community have a voice over people just looking to promote themselves or who just want to argue for no good reason.

So, if you haven’t signed up for the Rich Dad Community, I’m asking that you do so. It comes with a whole host of benefits – and it’s free.

For example, here are some of the benefits you’ll receive to help you increase your financial education:

  • Monthly newsletters from me and my advisors.
  • Access to the online, CASHFLOW® Game – practice investing for free.
  • Community discussion boards to connect with like-minded people and learn more.
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  • Prime access to Rich Dad events and more.

Plus, you get a free copy of my new eBook, “Shooting the Sacred Cows of Money,” which you won’t find anywhere else.

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Looking forward to hearing from you.


Original publish date: August 30, 2011