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Newest Episode #233: Robert Kiyosaki | Own Real Assets
#233 It’s Rich Dad Month, Week 4 of 4.
Guest Robert Kiyosaki joins us.
Robert authored the landmark book, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” and is the #1-Selling Personal Financial Author of All-Time.
He & I discuss with the difference between real assets and fake assets.
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