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ROBERT KIYOSAKITHE __DAD__ OF FINANCIAL WIZARDRY

Robert Kiyosaki is a man with his fingers in many pies. He is a renowned author, a financial guru, an advocate of financial literacy, a businessman, an investor, an owner of mines and oil wells, into real estate, a motivational speaker, an entrepreneur and over and above all an inspiration for many eager to gain financial smartness. This brilliant financial expert was in Delhi last weekend and will be speaking in Bangalore the coming weekend, attending the National Achiever’s Conference in both the cities. Kiyosaki’s ‘gyan’ on finances is smart, simple and with a difference.

An amazing personality, Robert Kiyosaki is the best selling author of the “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” series of books which provide a unique insight into how a person can become rich. It explains his theory about money and success. His book has sold 26 million copies. His “poor dad” was his biological father, who was highly educated and became superintendent of the Hawaii State Department of Education but remained poor always. His “rich dad” was his friend’s father who though not very educated earned a lot of money and ended up becoming one of the richest men of Hawai, the place where Kiyosaki lived. His basic idea was to drive home the point that the traditional way of earning money through working as an employee and by acquiring just formal education would not enable anyone to become truly rich.

By means of his book Kiyosaki explains how maximum number of people in this world never break the stereotype and continue to be inextricably involved in the ‘rat race’ trying to make a living dependent on the paychecks they receive every month. They never realize financial freedom; their whole life being spent in paying bills and meeting expenses. Kiyosaki believes in easy cash flow coming from what he calls assets in life. ‘Assets’ for him are royalties, rental properties and businesses rather than mutual funds or stocks. He advocates making full use of tax breaks provided by the Government and reduce one’s expenditure incurred on tax payment. Such things on which cash has to be spent like houses, cars etc. are for him ‘liabilities’. He believes that we should be able to generate passive income without really having to work for a paycheck day after day in order to enjoy true financial independence in our lives.

He explains what he perceives to be the glaring difference between the rich and the poor, “The rich people have assets and poor and middle class people buy liabilities that they think are assets, so they think that their house is an asset, their car is an asset, their watch is an asset – they are really liabilities. The difference between rich and poor people is not their education it is the assets versus liabilities.”

He further says, “Rich do not work for money. What the rich work for is acquisition of assets. Assets provide money. So every year I start more and more businesses, buy oil wells, so every year I get richer and richer whereas the poor and the middle class they want their pay check. Pay checks are taxed the highest.”

In fact, his books, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant, and Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing, have been on number one on the top 10 best-seller lists simultaneously on The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and the New York Times. Rich Kid Smart Kid was published in 2001, with the purpose of helping parents teach their children financial concepts. He has created three “Cashflow” board and software games for adults and children and has a series of “Rich Dad” CDs and disks.

Kiyosaki emphatically stresses on the significance of games, particularly Monopoly, as valuable means of learning basic financial strategies such as “trade four green houses for one red hotel.” Kiyosaki has created several games such as Cashflow 101 and Cashflow 202 to reinforce the information in his book.

The reason why games are a better teaching tool is because they involve you mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.”says the financial expert who has always been a great exponent of teaching children about finances from the very beginning of their lives when they are eager to absorb all knowledge and information avidly.

In fact in 1996 he invented the board game “Cash Flow — Rich Dad and Poor Dad”. According to Robert, it is the “only game in the world which teaches basic accounting and helps the participants to know the difference between assets and liabilities. The reason I used games is because that is how I learnt about money by playing monopoly and it taught me about money, strategies etc. Today I play monopoly in real life – I own hotels, companies and oil wells.”(Of Rich And Poor, S.Ravi, The Hindu)

Robert Kiyosaki strongly feels that there is lack of financial education in the existing system of education in the schools of the entire world. “There is no financial education in the institutions. Why don’t they teach about money in schools? It should be part of the school curriculum. Otherwise why do we go to school?” the author opines. He feels further that “Most teachers know nothing about money so what they will teach the kids.”

A fourth-generation Japanese American, Kiyosaki was born on April 8,1947 and raised in Hilo, Hawaii. He is the youngest son of an educator, Ralph H. Kiyosaki and a nurse, Marjorie O. Kiyosaki. The reason why he entered the finance arena was as he says in his own words, “Apart from my mother being worried about our finances when I was younger, my frustration with the school system and the pain I felt watching my parents struggle financially all their lives put me on the path I’ve travelled in the area of personal finance.”

Kiyosaki also operates his own blog, acts as the principal host on his YouTube Channel called The Rich Dad Channel and maintains a monthly column on Yahoo Finance writing about his business endeavors and his perspective on global economics, investing, business, world financial markets, and personal finance. Kiyosaki’s books and teachings have been criticized for focusing on anecdotes and containing little in the way of concrete advice on how readers should proceed.Kiyosaki responds that his material is meant to be more of a motivational tool to get readers thinking about money rather than a step-by-step guide to wealth. He also says the books are supposed to be “interesting” to people, which precludes involving a lot of technical material.(Wikipedia)

In his personal life, Kiyosaki divorced his first wife, named Janet, in 1981. In 1986, Kiyosaki married his second wife Kim Meyer and is still married to her. Kim Kiyosaki is also an entrepreneur, investor, author, and motivational speaker. The Kiyosakis have residence in the Scottsdale area in Phoenix, Arizona and have been living there since 1994.

On his India visit he said India has “huge untapped brain power”and also that “As far as raw intellect is concerned Indians are very, very smart. Given the tools, their intellect will be magnified. India is going to be information power. In fact, it already is.”

However the “dad” of financial wizardry intensely feels that “What is killing the world today is highly-educated, smart people, who know nothing about money,” This is what he wholeheartedly wishes to change in the world.

Robert Kiyosaki aims to usher in positive transformation in the world by imparting practical education about finance, about financial freedom and about leading a life where one does not have to worry about being without money at any point of time in life. To teach people of all ages what he learnt in life in his journey of attaining financial independence, Kiyosaki has made successful use of the power of games and books and has thereby made the learning simple and interesting for millions.

Teen Pregnancy and It’s Effects

Teen pregnancies are still the norm in much of the developing world. Each child born to a young girl normally is considered a blessing.
Despite the fact that the teen birth rate is slowly falling, there are still an estimated one million teen pregnancies in the United States alone. About 85% of these pregnancies are unplanned, which in any population can increase the risk for problems. The biggest risk for teen mothers is delaying prenatal care or worse, 7.2% received no care at all.
The reason for lack of prenatal care is usually delayed pregnancy testing, denial or even fear of telling others about the pregnancy. Most states have a health department or University clinic where prenatal care is free or low cost and patient confidentiality is very important, meaning no one can tell the teen mother’s family.
Teenage mothers are less likely to gain adequate weight during their pregnancy, leading to Low Birth weight which is associated with infant and childhood disorders and a high rate of infant mortality. Low-birth weight babies are more likely to have organs that are not fully developed, which can result in complications such as bleeding in the brain, respiratory distress syndrome, and intestinal problems.
Children born to teenage mothers are less likely to receive proper nutrition, health care, and cognitive and social stimulation. As a result, they may have an underdeveloped intellect and attain lower academic achievement.

Effects

Effects of teen pregnancies on the children involved. These children are far more likely to grow up in poverty, to have more health problems, to suffer from higher rates of abuse and neglect, to fail in school, to become teen mothers, to commit delinquent acts and adult crimes, and to incur failed adult marriages and other relationships.

The burdens of early childbearing on disadvantaged teens are undeniable. Trying to untangle the factors which contribute to teenage pregnancy from its effects, however, leads to a “which came first, the chicken or the egg?” dilemma. Educational failure, poverty, unemployment and low self-esteem are understood to be negative outcomes of early childbearing. These circumstances also contribute to the likelihood of teen pregnancy.

In general, teen mothers have much lower levels of educational attainment than other women, which severely limit their career options and sharply increase their likelihood of economic dependency. Only 70% of teen mothers complete high school or earn a GED, and far fewer risk Factors. Although it is not inevitable, some life circumstances place girls at higher risk of becoming teen mothers. These include poverty, poor school performance, growing up in a single parent household, having a mother who was an adolescent mother, or having a sister who has become pregnant.

Teenage pregnancies have become a public health issue because of their observed negative effects on perinatal outcomes and long-term morbidity. The association of young maternal age and long-term morbidity is usually confounded, however, by the high prevalence of poverty, low level of education, and single marital status among teenage mothers.

Children of teenage mothers have significantly higher odds of placement in certain special education classes and significantly higher occurrence of milder education problems, but when maternal education, marital status, poverty level, and race are controlled, the detrimental effects disappear and even some protective effects are observed.

Ambiguous Nonverbal Communication

Understanding nonverbal communication begins in the earliest stages of childhood. Early in life, a child learns to identify, such feelings as; happiness, sadness, rage, excitement and other moods in adults and other children alike, as well as in pets. Responses like, doors slamming, loud voices, smiles, frowns, crying; are all some of the nonverbal communication that as a child, one grows up with and learns from. With high-strung emotions caused by puberty, teenagers become masters of nonverbal communications. And finally as adults we tend to find hidden meanings in most nonverbal communications as well as in verbal communication creating an arguing society. Example: Betty says, “That’s not what I said!!!” Bob says, “Well that’s what you meant!”
Ambiguous nonverbal communication has become the main subject matter for many situation comedy’s or “sit-com’s”. As I recall, I Love Lucy, Three’s Company, and the more recent sitcoms, Married with Children, and Seinfield are all sitcoms based on ambiguous nonverbal and verbal communication. (The actors would get different meanings than the audience would, so the audience would get two different sides throughout the entire episode.)

Ambiguous nonverbal communication can be anything from body positioning (kinesics or body orientation) to gestures (movements of the hands and arms), or eye contact, or smiles taken by different people differently. You see nonverbal communications all the time in daily life by people you do and don’t know. For instance, one can be questioned for standing or sitting too close to someone else. Also, sitting at a stop sign, you may see someone twirling his or her hair. It may mean nervousness, thought, habit, or perhaps they just have something in their hair. I, personally, have been accused of flirting with a waitress just by simply smiling at her. This wouldn’t be the first time that a smile or gesture has been misinterpreted; or the last time. I am as guilty of this as anyone, it’s hard to believe, but people say I am that way

In doing research, I have noted that the less you know someone the harder it is to accurately read his or her “gestures” if you will, but on the other hand, sometimes knowing a person, and being familiar with his or her behavior, better equips you to understand most of their verbal and nonverbal interactions. Also let me add, you must strongly study people that are skilled to deceive such as politicians, salesmen and actors or actresses.

In the recent weeks I have been paying closer attention and have noticed many things that I wouldn’t have noticed a couple of weeks ago, pertaining to chapter six. The dictionary definition of ambiguous is: (adj. open to various interpretations; having a double meaning.) By reading between the lines I can safely say that all nonverbal communications can be ambiguous. Interpretation by male or female, old or young, good mood or bad mood, could all possibly warrant uncertain responses and faulty analysis.

In conclusion, gestures (illustrators, emblems, adaptors,) and other types of nonverbal communications are a basic part of our complicated society. Animals, on one hand, can communicate what they want or the mood they’re in just by something they do, because this nonverbal communication is less complex, on the other hand, in our society, intelligence, along with gestures, body orientation, posture, and verbal communication, inhibits our understanding of communications.