Rich Dad Summit Review – Two Days of Training from Robert Kiyosaki for $1

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I’m sure you’ve heard of Robert Kiyosaki, the wealthy investor and entrepreneur, most famous for his #1 bestseller Rich Dad, Poor Dad.  If you have not read it, I highly recommend you do.  It is one of the best guides for understanding how money works and why some people seem to attract it to them while others seem to miss out.

Well, Kiyosaki is offering an online 2-day summit for those interested in getting out of the rat race.  This is my brief Rich Dad Summit Review.

 

Rich Dad Summit

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Kiyosaki

Price: $1

Owner: Robert Kiyosaki

Dates: December 9 & 10, 2017

Website: RichDadSummit.net

 

Update: While the event is over, the training is still available via the link.  Just click on the website link above.

 

Introduction


Rich Dad Summit $1True to form, the Rich Dad Summit is a 2-day online course designed for people looking to get out of the rat race, who maybe want to quit their jobs, or just want more financial stability for their families.

Here are some of the topics that will be covered:

  • How to make more money
  • How to make your money work for you
  • How to start a business that will allow you to quit your job
  • How to build a side-hustle business that will pay you on autopilot
  • How to grow your existing business to 7 or 8 figures
  • How to add additional income streams through smart investing

There are a number of speakers scheduled for the summit, and every one of them is a seven figure earner in his field.

The summit takes place over two days, December 9 & 10, 2017, and here is how it will be organized.

 

Summit Agenda: Day 1


Day 1 of the summit is dedicated to making more money.

 

 

Here is what you can expect to see on Day 1:

  1. Secrets to building long-term wealth (presented by Robert Kiyosaki & Jeremy Bellotti)
  2. Diving into the Cashflow Quadrants (presented by Andy Tanner)
  3. The difference between creating a job and becoming an entrepreneur (presented by Jeremy Bellotti)
  4. The best online and offline business opportunities (presented by Andrew Lantz)
  5. The fastest way to start a business (presented by Jeremy Bellotti & Anik Singal)
  6. Assets versus liabilities (Andrew Lantz)
  7. Demystifying the stock market (Andy Tanner)
  8. An email list as an asset (Anik Singal)
  9. Building your success team (Jeremy Bellotti)

If you have read Kiyosaki’s book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, some of this will look familiar.  For instance, the Cashflow Quadrants are discussed extensively along with the benefits of being a business owner or investor as opposed to an employee or self-employed.  Also, Kiyosaki’s ideas on assets versus liabilities, which differ from the traditional accounting definitions.  For instance, you home is considered a liability rather than an asset.

 

Summit Agenda: Day 2


Day 2 of the summit if focused on creating systems that make you more money.

 

Rich Dad Summit Day 2

 

Here is what you will see on Day 2:

  1. Success is simple (presented by Jeremy Bellotti)
  2. Profit from real estate (presented by Robert’s real estate investing coaches)
  3. The opportunity in Bitcoin (presented by Max Wright)
  4. How to leverage the global economy to develop a business (presented by Fred Lam)
  5. The power of soft assets (presented by Andrew Lantz)
  6. The tax savings of becoming an investor and an entrepreneur (presented by Tom Wheelwright)
  7. How to protect your assets (presented by Garrett Sutton)
  8. The power of contribution (presented by Anik Singal)

Systems are a fairly common theme in Robert Kiyosaki’s writing.  A system is what allows you to move from being self-employed to being a business owner.  You do all the upfront work to build your business, but if you don’t set up a successful system that will allow your business to run without you, you will need to actually be there to make money.  If you set up a successful system, your business will make you money whether you’re there or not.  That’s the general idea of Day 2.

 

The Presenters


It is said that if you want to learn to play tennis like a pro, hire a tennis pro, i.e. someone who is an expert in his field.  Well, every presenter at the Rich Dad Summit fits that description.

Here is the list of presenters:

  • Robert Kiyosaki – Bestselling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad
  • Chris Steele – Real estate expert
  • Anik Singal – CEO and founder of Lurn, Inc.
  • Kotton Grammer – SEO and marketing expert
  • Andy Tanner – Master teacher and investor
  • Tom Wheelwright – Author of Tax Free Wealth
  • Garrett Sutton – Legal expert
  • Max Wright – Bitcoin expert
  • Fred Lam – eCommerce millionaire

Rich Dad Summit Presenters

 

Upsells


As you would expect of a summit costing only $1, there are various upsells offered.  They are all optional, though, so you can choose to participate in the Rich Dad Summit without spending any more than $1.

  1. 5 Money Rules – $97
  2. 5 Money Rules Lite – $47
  3. Rich Dad Insiders – $67

I do not really have a description of any of these since I have not purchased them.  But if I do find any other info, I’ll update this post, so check back often.

 

Who is Rich Dad Summit For?


Rich Dad Summit if for anyone looking to learn more about how making money and investing works and may want to get out of the rat race and achieve financial independence.

Specifically, you might be interested in the summit if you fall into any of these categories:

  • You’re tired of working for someone else and want to call your own shots.
  • You tried to start your own business and failed.
  • You want to build real long-term wealth so you and your loved ones will never have to worry about money again.
  • You’re sick and tired of living paycheck-to-paycheck and want to become an entrepreneur.

I think most of us fall into at least one of those categories.  If you think you might fall into one of these categories, you should sign up for the summit.  You should also check out my #1 Recommended Product.

 

Final Verdict


Ratings Recap

Rich Dad Summit

Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 starsthumbs up

Price: $1

Owner: Robert Kiyosaki

Dates: December 9 & 10, 2017

Website: RichDadSummit.net

To sum things up, I would definintely recommend checking out the summit.  If the summit covers even a fraction of what I have learned from Rich Dad Poor Dad and Kiyosaki’s other books, it will be well worth it.  Whether you purchase the upsells is entirely up to you, but for me, the summit itself is a no-brainer at $1.

Also, if you read my review of Wealthy Affiliate, you should really consider signing up for a FREE Starter Membership over there right away.  It is totally free (no credit card required), so if you find it’s not for you, you can walk away from it with literally not one dime lost.

 

If you attend the summit, I would love to hear what you think about it.  Also, if you choose to purchase the upsells, I would love to hear what you think of those.  Just leave me a comment below.

Have a great day!

andy

Andy

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8 thoughts on “Rich Dad Summit Review – Two Days of Training from Robert Kiyosaki for $1

  1. Andy, admittedly I did wonder how much you could get in terms of information and tips for $1 only. I can understand therefore, as you say, how the program may have upsells. What concerns me however is whether upsell are a recurring expense, and whether eventually Mr Kijosaki is going to increase those fees or whether he is going to add more upsell steps. It’s a shame I have now missed out on this workshop. But I am wondering whether you would be able to post dates of further events organised by Mr Kijosaki, as I would like to take part to … well, to see with my own eyes, so to speak.

    1. Giulia,

      The Rich Dad Insiders program is indeed a recurring expense of $67 per month. I should have made that clearer in my post and will update it soon. But it is something you have to opt in for, so it’s not something that will happen automatically. They do give you a free 2-week trial of the program, so if you cancel within two weeks, you won’t be charged, but you will have to remember to cancel if you don’t want to keep it.

      I can’t imagine this summit not being available in the future, so I will keep an eye on it and update further if it is offered again.

  2. It’s such a pity I missed this. Robert Kiyosaki is one of the businessmen that I most admire. I read his book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, when I was in college and it totally changed the way I think about money and business. And for only $1 wow. What an opportunity.

    I’m glad that the training is still available and I’m heading over there now to enroll.

    I subscribed to your mailing list.

    Great going!

    1. You know, Kevon, Rich Dad Poor Dad has the same effect on me. Before I read that, I was only interested in being an employees and working my whole life until retirement. Now, I’m always looking for new investment and business opportunities. I highly recommend it for everyone.

      Let me know what you think about the summit.

      All the best.

      Andy

  3. Hello Andy, thanks for the vital information you have discussed within this article. I have heard of Robert Kiyosaki before in the past and his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, which I have never read before. I will purchase the book when I get the chance. The Rich Dad Summit would be perfect for whose tried of working for the boss and is destined to become the boss. I am currently working on building out a successful business within the sneaker niche by using the knowledge I have received from WA. Thanks again for sharing this article, continue to work hard!!!

    1. If there was one book I could recommend to people with no business or money experience, Rich Dad, Poor Dad would be the one I recommend to start. It will definitely change the way you think about money and how to make it. And it’s a really interesting read, not like a college textbook that will put you to sleep.

      Best of luck to you.

    1. I actually agree with you, Jerry. The training is very basic, but it’s great for beginners to get an introduction. Experienced marketers like yourself might want to skip it.

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