Increasing Financial Literacy

Money as Debt

Let’s think for a minute about everything that Best Selling Author, Financial Educator, and Multi-Multi-Rich Entrepreneur Robert Kiyosaki has to say about Financial Literacy and just let it sink in for a minute (you do know Robert don’t you?).

How many of you really understand and have been taught Financial Literacy, what money is, or how it is created? How many of you consider your self to possess financial literacy? What is Your Financial IQ?

It seems to me that Financial Literacy should be of paramount importance in an educated society, and yet how many people do you know and hang out with who can adequately answer the most important elementary Financial questions? How many do you know who would even know what those financial literacy questions should be. For most people the answer will be not many, and it is likely reflected in the financial lives they lead, and in their current state of financial affairs.

Remember don’t shoot the financial literacy messenger…

Hey Friends

Hey Friends

I love you guys but like I’ve said I’m trying to wake some people up and to do that you have to shake people a little. I understand financial literacy can be a very touchy subject. I’m just calling it like it is and like Robert is. I’m just being real with you, and the reality is that most people have no financial literacy, and they are suffering for it.

So let’s take a little more time out of our precious lives and let’s get some answers about where money comes from, how it is created, and how it powers an economy.

Let’s take a little time out of our busy lives and cultivate one of the most important life skills “Financial Literacy.”

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Money as Debt…

 

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