This week, we are digging into an entrepreneurial classic suggested to us by our friend, author, and frequent guest on this podcast, Kyla Gardner of KylaGardner.com.
That book is Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad. In it, Kiyosaki basically suggests that if you want to be rich and successful, you’ve got to ditch the middle-class mindset.
Kyla joins us to discuss some of the controversial opinions in this book, which ideas have aged the best, which have aged the worst, and much, much more.
Listen to this week’s show and learn:
- The six lessons that the book suggests that the middle class doesn’t know. (7:49)
- Which parts of the book have aged the best. (13:32)
- What ideas in the book have aged the worst. (23:42)
- Why Robert’s system doesn’t work for everyone. (33:56)
- Which concepts from the book will still be relevant twenty years from now. (40:01)
Mentioned in the episode:
- Before the Exit – Our New Book
- TMBA Masterminds
- Sponsor the TMBA Podcast
- The Dynamite Circle
- The DC Podcast
- Help Us Choose a New Name for the TropicalMBA Podcast
- DC BKK
- Dynamite Jobs
- Kyla Gardner
- Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
- Cashflow Quadrant
- F*ck the Quadrants by Kyla Gardner
- I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi
- Cashflow Boardgame
This week’s sponsor:
This week’s episode is sponsored by The Dynamite Circle. The Dynamite Circle has been around for over 8 years and is a private community for established entrepreneurs. First and foremost, the Dynamite Circle is a community of peers, who understand their challenges and are willing to help each other on a day-to-day basis. Dynamite Circle members can choose to be placed in carefully matched online masterminds, have access to free bespoke recruitment services via Dynamite Jobs, and can seek and share advice through our private business forum. You are also able to buy tickets for our events around the world, including our longstanding annual event in Bangkok, DC BKK. Stop growing your business alone, head on over to TropicalMBA.com/DC for more information.
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