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Tim Young: How To Start A Small Farming Business

For all those dreaming of becoming artisan entrepreneurs
Sunday, November 26, 2017, 3:08 PM

Many readers of this website have shared with us their hopes of one day shedding their office jobs for a more meaningful, more resilient life involving a deeper connection with Nature. Starting a small-scale farming business is the most common dream we hear from these folks.

But how to get started? And.. Can you really make a living at it? » Read more

Step 4: Knowledge Capital

The guidance provided in this section presumes you have already read the chapter on Knowledge Capital in our book, Prosper!: How to Prepare for the Future and Create a World Worth Inheriting. If you have not, we strongly recommend doing so first.

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Off the Cuff: Time To Get Busy

Spoilers & frank statements
Thursday, March 20, 2014, 3:45 PM

In this week's Off the Cuff podcast, Chris and I discuss:

  • Cross-pollination
    • Chris' and my takeaways from our time with Robert Kiyosaki's organization
  • New material
    • What's already in the hopper, and what we're working on now
  • Yellen's first remarks
    • Why do we put so much faith in the Fed?
  • The hard truth
    • You're not crazy to be concerned. Get ready for a rocky 2014.
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Robert Kiyosaki: Entrepreneurship Is Your Shield Against the Coming Wealth Transfer

Advice from Rich Dad
Sunday, March 16, 2014, 12:11 PM

I believe there's an entrepreneur in everybody. 

~ Robert Kiyosaki

Last weekend, Chris and I traveled to Phoenix, AZ, where we spent several days with Robert Kiyosaki, author of the popular personal finance book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, which has sold over 26 million copies to-date.

Robert had read The Crash Course, and it resonated so strongly with him that he purchased copies for his staff and made it the theme of his company's leadership conference this spring. Together with his wife, Kim, and his council of Rich Dad advisors, we spent many hours discussing the future implications of the Three E's with business leaders from across Robert's global organization. » Read more