I recently left full-time employment and have started my own business – a very daunting experience to say the least!
So when the opportunity to see Robert Kiyosaki in person presented itself, I jumped at it.
Most people I know have read or know of the book, Rich Dad Poor Dad. I read it years ago and have always aspired to using the techniques Robert outlined in the book to achieve financial success and understanding how some debt can actually be good for you.
If this sounds completely foreign to you, then this is exactly the event for you – financial decisions are some of the biggest we make in our lives – buying a house will often be the biggest investment most people make in their entire lifetime, yet so often these decisions are made without all of the necessary facts and with the education necessary to actually make them work for you – as opposed to the other way round.
Whilst my main concern after leaving my job was to be able to enjoy a certain amount of flexibility, whilst still being able to afford a certain kind of lifestyle, there are also times when I feel I’ve made a huge mistake and I don’t feel adequately equipped to make decisions which could in turn, be holding me back from actually achieving success. So, to be given the opportunity to hear Robert speaking of ways to prepare individuals for wealth creation is very exciting.
He will be joined at the Masters of Wealth event by Jason Tyne, JT Foxx, Doug Nelson and Alastair Crooks and the full-day Durban event takes place on July 29th at the ICC. Together this team will cover topics like these:
- The importance of having a financial education to succeed in any economy
- The good, the bad and the great opportunities to thrive in 2015
- Why right now is your best opportunity to start a successful business
- How good debt is easy to get & can make you rich
- What you will need to do to capitalise on global volatility in 2015
- Generating multiple streams of income
- Raising venture capital to fund your dream
- The skills you must know for business, sales & entrepreneurial success
- What holds back the average person from achieving more in life?
- How to transition from an Employee mindset to a Business owners mindset
Tickets cost R495/person if booked prior to the event or R995/person at the door.
Purchase tickets here
Competition is closed.
Winner: Jordan Semple
I’m giving away 2 entry tickets for the Durban event on 29th July at the ICC, which include admission, general area seating and the event workbook.
All you have to do to enter is:
1. Leave a comment on this post telling me if you want to win one ticket, or both, so you can take a friend with should you win.
2. For additional entries, you can like the Ask Ashe Blog Facebook page and leave a separate comment on this post saying you did so.
3. For even more entries, share this post on facebook or twitter and then leave an additional separate comment on this post saying you did so.
Winners will be selected by random.org – should the first name drawn be for an entrant who wanted both tickets, they will win them both.
Should an individual entrant be chosen first, then one additional individual will be selected by random.org.
Competition closes at midday on Wednesday 22nd July and winner will be contacted by Friday 24th July to arrange prize delivery.
Prizes are not transferrable for cash.
Winner must be in Durban for the event, transport to and from the venue is not included in the prize.