Robert Kiyosaki: What Does He Really Think Of MLM Network Marketing?

October 18th, 201117 Comments
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We all know Robert Kiyosaki, best selling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad. But did you know that for 15 years Robert Kiyosaki disregarded MLM as a marketing scam?

The Cash Flow Quadrant

Kiyosaki introduced the Cash Flow Quadrant in order for people to get to know the concept of financial Robert-Kiyosaki-Cash Flow-Quadrantfreedom – cash flow, what creates wealth and what keeps you from becoming wealthy.

The four categories in the quadrant are Employee (E), Self-employed (S), Business Owner (B) and Investor (I).

The whole concept revolves around how people can and should move from E and S quadrants to B and I in order to be financially free. People in E and S are those who trade their time for money. For example lawyers, teachers, doctors and other professionals need to sell or exchange more of their time in order to earn more money.

Being in quadrants B or I are not easy as you need to be doing well to maintain your success.

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The Beginning of Robert Kiyosaki and Network Marketing

Kiyosaki had a friend who was very successful in creating wealth in an MLM Network Marketing business. As his friend explained, the concept of creating wealth was understood by most people. But they were unable to invest in a conventional business because of the high capital it requires. Robert Kiyosaki Network Marketing

As intriguing as it was, Kiyosaki not only saw his friend creating great wealth but also helping others to be successful. His friend was a teacher, mentor and a coach to his business associates. He saw the difference in how his friend was able to help people to create wealth in such a way that he couldn’t with his real estate investing…eventually this led to the birth of the book, The Business of the 21st Century: Network Marketing.

Strangely enough, Kiyosaki who for decades wrote about properties, sold over 28 million books worldwide, now he considers Network Marketing to be the Business of the 21st Century.

Have a look at the video below to see Robert Kiyosaki explain himself about the Cash Flow Quadrant and Network Marketing

 

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Robert Kiyosaki: What Does He Really Think Of MLM Network Marketing?

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  • http://margaretrwilson.com Margaret Wilson

    Great Post! It’s always nice to hear what the wealthy really think. :)

    • Marcin Marczak

      Yes, Margaret. The same message delivered by someone else impacts so many more. Kiyosaki is responsible for creating many great MLM distributors with his content and sharing. I wonder why he has not started one himself.

  • http://aprilmarietucker.com/home April Marie Tucker

    This is awesome Marcin Marczak! I love Robert Kyosaki and I did not know the whole truth behind his fascination with Network Marketing! I definitely learned something here! Thanks for sharing!!

    • Marcin Marczak

      solid endorsement to the MLM industry by Kiyosaki, more will follow!

  • http://diamondmlmtraining.com Nicky

    Awesome stuff Marcin – the guy is certainly worth listening to!

    • Marcin Marczak

      Yes Nicky, agreed!

  • http://rodneydaniely.com Rodney Daniely

    Great post Marcin! I did not know that about him. You learn something new everyday!

    • Marcin Marczak

      we do, everyday. There will be more post on Kiyosaki soon

  • http://axelvauxverdi.com/home Axel Vauxverdi

    Thank you for sharing this interesting article Marcin! Robert Kiyosaki is definitely a Master and anyone starting Network Marketing should read his books. Best regards. Axel

    • Marcin Marczak

      pleasure, Robert Kiyosaki has contributed to the MLM industry a lot.

  • http://www.jasonfruth.com Jason F Ruth

    Marcin Marczak,

    This post not only educated me, it also inspired me to continue on my quest for success. Every time I listen to and watch Robert Kiyosaki and some of the other wealthiest people out there speak about the industry we are so fortunate to be a part of, it empowers me to continue my quest to attain greatness within the pursuit of my goals.

    Great post Marcin,

    Jason F Ruth

    • Marcin Marczak

      Great Jason, I agree with you. Robert Kiyosaki is responsible for creating and inspiring many entrepreneurs.

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  • http://superbiznes.eu Tomasz

    Great picture. Simply show how should be the quadrant

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  • http://rmichaeldavies.com/ R Michael Davies

    Well, Kyosaki is a paid personality for a number of MLM companies, as is Trump. He himself participates in a total of “0″. Entrepreneurs are not in MLM, they build a real business, rather than work for someone to build theirs. What is interesting here, is that MLM people are in actually depicted in the 4 quadrants here as Ronald McDonald. The MLM minions are the ones doing the work for the few that own the MLM company. Ask me. I have founded a number of them, and coached many MLM top performers. 5% of those that know the game earn 95% of the total revenue.

    • Marcin Marczak

      thanks Michael for dropping by and leaving your comments on Robert Kiyosaki. His teaching has impacted many in MLM. Especially, Cashflow Quadrant and The Business of the 21st Century. How long have you been coaching Michael?