@BeckAtsila, Kiyosaki isn't always to be taken at his word. I'm not saying he's a liar, but some investigation needs to be done before following anything he suggests. Motivational speakers earn most of their income from just that...motivational speaking and their ability to sell books or information they've either written themselves or have had a ghostwriter do for them. I don't think in my nearly 60 years of life that I have found ONE of these types that have given the truth about everything they've pushed off on people as the truth. We've dealt with people like him, Brad Richdale, Carleton Sheets, etc., and even Dave Ramsey. Ramsey is about the closest one to being totally truthful that I have found. Just do your research, even if you only spend a few minutes a day on it. I think you'll find the right path if you look for the truth behind the stories.