if you’re a parent, grandparent, a great grandparent like me or just passionate about financial education, then there’s a new book we highly recommend moving to the top of your list.
Our children have been set up. For the first time in generations, they may go on to live a life far less prosperous than their parents.
The only shot your kids (and their kids) have at a better future is with a true financial education in capitalism. Unfortunately, they’re not likely to find it in our schools at any level.
That’s why “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” author, Robert Kiyosaki, decided to write his latest book for those parents and grandparents wanting to equip their kids with financial wisdom.
And according to Kiyosaki, it’s his most important book yet.
My Millionaire Research Team here to announce a book you won’t want to miss.
What Your Kids Won’t Learn In School…
First a warning, Robert’s new book is not kind to our current educational system – but with good reason.
Our schools, even our colleges, do not teach kids how to grow wealth and prosper. Instead they teach how to “get a good job” working for others.
Maybe that’s the #1 reason why Kiyosaki named his latest book, “Why ‘A’ Students Work for ‘C’ Students, and ‘B’ Students Work for the Government.”
Kids, who may excel in school, will never learn the financial wisdom they need to grow wealth within classroom walls.
To drive the point home, Kiyosaki rightly says that if education were the way to success, then teachers would be millionaires.
Instead, the same old line is pushed on our kids…
Go to college so you can get a good job. Try to save some cash. Stuff some more money into your IRA or 401(k), and invest the rest into stocks or bonds.
But this just doesn’t work in the new economy.
This path is a relic of history, if it ever worked at all.
In Robert’s new book, he offers an alternative.
Instead, your young ones can learn to be financial leaders that are busy growing wealth, while others are browsing the “Help Wanted” ads looking for “C” students who are hiring.
But to do so, it takes a financial education. And this book would be a fantastic start.
Are We In a Financial Crisis ‒ Or an Educational Crisis…?
Even though bad mortgages and the banking system brought the economy to its knees, Kiyosaki argues that our financial crisis may actually be an educational crisis.
As an example, he points out that his best-selling book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” was self published in the mid-90’s because publisher after publisher rejected the manuscript.
And here’s the telling reason why…
When Robert said things like “Your house is not an asset,” college educated critics claimed he didn’t know what he was talking about.
Ten years later, the housing bubble popped. People all over the nation found out their home was a liability, not an asset.
And trusting the academics turned out to be a disaster for millions who lost their homes.
With a true financial education, those foreclosed homeowners may never have put themselves at risk to begin with.
Unfortunately, what they didn’t learn in school, they were forced to learn in real life.
With Robert’s new book, you may be able to save your kids (and their kids) from learning financial lessons the hard way. And if you don’t, no one will.
It’s Up to You To Provide Your Kids with a Financial Education
By teaching your kids and grandkids financial wisdom, you give them an unfair advantage for the rest of their life.
“Why ‘A’ Students Work For ‘C’ Students” will show you how to teach capitalism to your kids whether they’re eight years old, a teenager or even old enough to have a family of their own.
Personally, I believe it’s a book everyone should read, but here’s whom Robert says his latest offering is for…
“This book is written for parents, parents who know that it’s up to them – not the school system – to prepare their child for the real world. And that world is a fast-paced, ever-changing, Information-Age world… a world unlike any of us have ever experienced.”
Robert Kiyosaki on page 23 of
“Why ‘A’ Students Work for ‘C’ Students…”
Robert Kiyosaki, who refers to himself as a teacher, is well suited to help you become a teacher for your kids.
For example, kids often come away from school believing that successful businesses and the wealth they create are symbols of greed.
But after reading this book, it’ll be easy to show them why greed is taking more than you’ve earned, not more than you “need.”
You’ll also be able to teach your kids…
Why traditional schools teach kids to earn money in the most highly taxed way possible.
Why the rich don’t actually work for money (and who would want to work for fiat money anyway?)
How to be a modern day Tom Sawyer, using your smarts to have others “paint your fence” and grow wealth for you.
The Language of Money: learn the difference between assets and liabilities, plus other crucial words you need to know.
Why saving money is often for “losers,” and how debt can be your best friend when growing wealth.
The difference between speculating and investing, that 99% of investors don’t know (and often lose their shirt because of it).
Why the rich pay less taxes.
Why college degrees are going down in value while moving up in price, and quickly becoming a debt trap for young adults who can’t shed the debt even after bankruptcy.
Why capitalists make acquiring assets a priority, and socialists don’t.
How the rich invest in companies without buying a single stock (and get a much better deal doing so)
How to spot and avoid using “The Greater Fool Theory” of investing.
How to BE LIKE THE FED and “print” your own money. (Not really, but it might feel like it.)
The favorite investment vehicles of the rich, that the middle class barely knows about.
You’ll also learn…
Why The Rich Don’t Even Buy Their Own Luxury Cars Most people with the means to buy a Porsche do so on credit (which is the wrong kind of debt). Others might pay in cash.
But Robert teaches how the rich do something different altogether.
Here’s what he did…
Instead of putting down the money for a new Porsche, Robert searched around for a cash flow asset to buy. Eventually he found a mini-storage rental business for sale, which he quickly bought.
The monthly cash flow from that mini-storage business more than covered the monthly payment on the Porsche. And after the car was paid off, he used the extra money to buy more toys and assets.
So buying the Porsche actually made him richer.
That’s how the rich buy luxury cars – they buy assets in order to buy their liabilities.
And if you instill this kind of financial wisdom in your children, their chances of thriving in the new economy is very strong.
The Greatest Gift Your Children Will Ever Receive
A financial education is the greatest gift you can ever give your children. It’s also the best investment you’ll ever make.
Robert Kiyosaki’s new book is a great way to get started teaching them, and it’s well under $20.
As you’ll learn, “C” stands for capitalist. And if you want “A” and “B” students, who spent thousands on their education, to work for your son, daughter or grandchild… then you’ll want to invest in a minimum of one copy of Robert Kiyosaki’s new book:
Your Partner in Prosperity,
The My Millionaire Coach Team
P.S Robert proposes two theories as to why you won’t learn this in school…
One, because teachers are not entrepreneurs. They simply don’t have the skills to teach your children about creating wealth.
Or two, the conspiracy theorists are right. The bankers and their friends in government would prefer you didn’t understand how central banking and the tax system make the rich richer.
Our guess is, there’s probably truth in both theories. Either way, you need this book!