Success Resources, the leading seminar organiser in the world, is pleased to announce the return of world-renowned financial game-changer Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, the number one personal finance book of all time, for the first-ever Business & Investor Summit, taking place at Sandton Convention Centre on 28 and 29 July.
This incredible opportunity to take a fresh new look at your perspectives on investment and savings and other personal finance issues will be presented over two days by Kiyosaki, an international giant in real estate investment, who has had a major impact on thousands of individuals and businesses in their approach to finance and investment. No stranger to South African audiences, Kiyosaki attracts a huge and appreciative following with his unconventional perspectives, courage and straight talk.
Says Kiyosaki, “I’ll be talking to delegates about the three types of money in the world today: God’s money, which is gold, silver and platinum; government’s money, which is the dollar, the pound, the rand and the yen; and what I call people’s money – cryptocurrency in the form of Bitcoin and other currencies. We’ll be discussing what I see happening in the past, the present and the future of money and our world, which will allow delegates to make plans to prosper into the future, and not get wiped out, as many people will be.”
Kiyosaki will be joined by the experts of global investment – people who know how to make money work for you, including Sandy Jadeja – Chief Market Strategist; Tom Wheelwright – Tax Expert and Kiyosaki’s Advisor; JT Foxx – World’s #1 Wealth Coach; DJ Sbu – Social Entrepreneur; Peng Joon – Online Wealth Creation Expert; Conray Labuschagne – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Expert; Robin Banks – Mind Power and Personal Mastery Guru and others.
Delegates will learn to distinguish assets vs liabilities – is your home an asset or liability; saving vs investing – how you can put your money to work for you, then you have a chance of a return that is much higher than inflation; are you working for your money or is your money working for you; and understanding the difference between a good debt and a bad Debt.