You are NOT Stupid – Robert Kiyosaki [Millennial Money]

(uplifting music) – Hey YouTubers. Welcome to another Advanced
Lesson in Millennial Money. I’m your host, Alexandra Gonzalez. Have you ever wondered if
you’re actually a genius? Well today, Robert Kiyosaki covers the four different types of intelligence, and you can find out which
one you’re most dominant in and use it towards your advantage. We also dive in how labels
throughout our education can actually really affect
us and hinder our success. Stay to the end ’cause Robert reveals his true feelings towards
the school system. So I know you guys will really enjoy this uncut interview with Robert Kiyosaki. Today we’re here to find out if you are stupid or if
you are actually a genius. And so I love this topic because I think this is exactly
what YouTube does for us, and it’s another platform
to teach education as opposed to our teachers. – So let me ask you this. We’re talking about it at the break, and told a story about your mom going through your your records in school. – So my mom not so long ago was going through my books at school, and she realized that I
got multiple notes home saying I was ADD, ADHD, need to be put into another
class, had dyslexia. And so she was working a lot, so she didn’t realize at the time. And going back reading my journal, she realized oh my gosh. She thought she failed me, but in reality it’s just a lesson of how these teachers label us to be something that makes us feel less than and insecure about ourselves. – Stupid.
– Exactly. – Say it, say it! Stupid.
– Stupid. I mean, it makes us
feel like we’re idiots, and it defines our future. And thank God they didn’t realize because it would have
made me feel less than and I would have ended
up in a less-than job. – Yeah. So let me say this before I begin ’cause we’re talking
about going to school, or education, whatever that is to you. And education is more
important than ever before. But the problem I have with
school, traditional education, number one today is it’s
creating young people like you to be greatly in debt,
right, with pension. I mean, not pension but– – [Alexandra] Student loans. – Subprime student loans. You get a subprime education. So education is more
important than before, but what do they teach you about money? Nothing.
– Nothing. – My point here is this. Education is important, but the thing I don’t like
about labeling a child or a student ADD, okay, ADD is another word for extreme boredom. Why don’t they just call it what it is? A child doesn’t have ADD. The teacher is boring! They’re boring, boring, boring people! Why would I listen to them? So I had ADD, but I call it acute boredom. Then they say you have dyslexia. Well, what the heck is that? I have dyslexia ’cause I was sound asleep. I was always drooling, you know. (snores) I couldn’t believe how
boring the teacher was. On top of that, they were teaching me a subject I wasn’t interested in. When I had calculus and trigonometry. I kept going when am I gonna
use this stuff, you know? So anyway, this is my point of view. Education is the only business
that blames the customer for the teachers’ incompetence. Let me say it again. Education is the only
business where you’re allowed to blame the customer for
the teachers’ incompetence. You see, in business I can’t do that. If my students are failing,
or my customers are failing, then I’m responsible for it. But how the world can
these teachers get away with blaming their
customers for the teachers’ and education systems’ incompetence. And let me say this one more time. Education is more important than before, but what the heck are you learning? That you’re stupid. I was called stupid so many
times I almost went nuts. I flunked out of high school twice when I was 15 and 17
because I can’t write, and today I’ve sold more books
than most teachers ever will. It’s in the millions of books. So who was stupid? You know, that’s the
whole point here is this. Any comments? – No, and I agree with you,
Robert, because like you said, ADD it’s really just another
word for the person’s bored. – Acute boredom. – Yeah, and my dad’s told me, he’s like okay ADD, that
means maybe you get distracted to try and do multiple things
so you’re a multitasker, and you can handle
several projects at once. It’s a good thing. And here it’s like I go from working on YouTube to Instagram, to, I don’t know, helping out in the studio. So it’s really just finding
what to do with your attention, but it’s not that you are incompetent. And it’s the teacher’s job, too, to be able to to show you and
guide you through this process and work with your personality. We’re not all the same. And so I think that’s the
problem with the school system is that they teach us as if we were all, as if we all have the same
brain, and we don’t, we don’t. – Well again, the teachers
blame the customer. You can’t do that in the real world. You have to make changes. So I say this because
education needs to change ’cause you’re killing a lot of kids. You’re killing kids like me. So the way I started Rich
Dad Poor Dad is this, very simply my poor dad was
of those boring teachers. He was a very good man, very smart guy, but he was really good in subjects we don’t ever need to learn. (laughs) You know, I haven’t used, I haven’t used third-year calculus yet. Like I said, I flunked out of English ’cause I can’t write,
yet I still keep writing, and I sell more books than most teachers. But anyway, the point here is this. We’re not stupid. Our teachers are teaching
us, they’re incompetent. So my poor dad, a schoolteacher, PhD, was a great man but a horrible teacher. Whereas, my rich dad was a great teacher. And the way my rich dad taught me very simply was playing Monopoly. And the reason games are
the best teachers of all because a game will hold my attention. So I’m playing Monopoly there and I’m going this way and this, I am bring stuff down and all this. I’m having fun. So games are better teachers than teachers because games engage the
entire student, which was me. So I played Monopoly with my
rich dad until I was in my 30s, and today I play Monopoly in real life. But I’m still a flunk out from
school ’cause I can’t write. Imagine that. So let me explain why games
are the best teachers, okay? Look here. Bear with me. So here we have, let’s
call it the student, and this is a tetrahedron. Okay?
– Okay. – So the student, you and me,
all of us, we have mental. So we all have mental
intelligence, you know? And mental intelligence is
knowing right from wrong, good from bad, up and down. We also have physical intelligence, and great athletes, they’re
more physically intelligent than guys like me. And then you have emotional intelligence, and emotional intelligence
is fear, sadness, joy. And you’ve got to control this. Many people, when it comes to money, this is the biggest factor. This is the most important intelligence ’cause most people go to school and they’re taught not to make mistakes. If you make a mistake, you’re stupid. So they don’t do anything. If you’re afraid of making mistakes, that means you’re emotionally constipated. You need an enema. ‘Cause you went to school,
so don’t make mistakes. And then the last one is
spiritual intelligence. So let me explain spiritual intelligence. Mental intelligence puts
things in minimum of two: good, bad, right, wrong, up, and down. Spiritual intelligence is one. We’re all united. Like, you know, you and I are
human beings so we are united. When I communicate with
you, I unite with you. But if it’s mental, it’s oh, Alex is smart, Alex is stupid. I’m now dividing us, and that’s
what our schools are doing. So the reason games are the best teachers, at least Monopoly was for me, and our board game Cashflow
is, I created Cashflow, is a game will engage me mentally. I’m interested. It gets me emotionally. Yeah, nobody likes to lose, you know? (grunting) And then physically, I
have to do something. I like the board game better
than the electronic game because I have to do the math. Do you know what I mean? When do the math, you’re
actually getting smarter. And then spiritually, I want to make sure you win, and I can. I don’t have to take
you out to win Cashflow. Do you know what I mean? I don’t have to make you the loser, but that’s what schools do. They have to have one person
smart, one persons stupid, one winner, one loser. So what I’m teaching you, either real estate or
business and all this, I don’t want you to lose. I want you to win. So once again, the games
are the better teachers, like the game of Monopoly,
simply because it involves your physical intelligence, and the more you do your
numbers on the Cashflow game, the smarter you get emotionally ’cause nobody likes to lose. This is really surprising. A lot of people lose
’cause they get too happy. Do you know what I mean? – ‘Cause they’re excited? Yeah, no, what happened, oh, I’m rich! Then I get egotistical
and arrogant, you know? I got cocky, and I’m smarter, I’m richer. Then, you lose. And you also lose if you’ve been told, well, I’m stupid and I
fail and all this stuff. You also lose. So that’s why games are the best teachers ’cause you go up and down emotionally as you’re playing the game. But spiritually, as we get together to help each other out, we’re one. – Yeah, and that’s what
I love about playing, at least in my family we also
play the Cashflow board game, and we can see who has higher
emotional intelligence, who’s better in certain areas, who’s better with the numbers, who’s better with finding the property, and so I think that’s
what’s really exciting, too, is because by playing the game, you can find who’s the
right person on your team, who’s too greedy, too. So I think that it, I
think it helps you connect with your team members and see who can be on your team
to be successful with you. – Right, and what I always say, you know, games reflect your behavior, okay? And you see the person’s
mental and emotional behavior, their mental behavior,
their spiritual behavior, that, you know, why should I help you? You know, if you I help
you, you’re gonna win. Well, that’s where most
people come out of school and they’re greedy little bastards. You know, I have to be the A student. You have to be the F student. So many people come, most
people have a genius. Mine wasn’t found in school. Mine was found in Monopoly. But anyway, we all have a genius, but it’s not always measured in school. You look at Tiger Woods
and he’s a smart guy, but his genius is on the golf course. I’m an idiot on the golf course. (laughs) But I’m pretty smart in
the game of real estate and investing and entrepreneurship. So that’s why the trouble with, the reason games are the best
teachers, ’cause it engages. All games, especially Cashflow game, engages your four intelligences. And we’re allowed to, we don’t
give each other the answer. I just support you in winning. Hey Alex, have you tried this? Have you tried that? And that’s what my rich dad did for me. He just kept saying have you tried this, have you tried that? He didn’t say do this or do that. Have you tried this? Have you tried that? – Or he didn’t say, no, you’re ADD. He said hey, why don’t you
try handling it this way. – Well, he did say I have ADD because I always wanted
to get rich quicker. He says calm down. See, that’s emotional intelligence. Those that want to get rich quick generally get rich poor faster. You’ve got to control that
excitement about getting rich. ‘Cause I’ve done that. I’ve gotten so excited. I’m gonna bet the ranch on this one. I lose everything. So that’s why games are the best teachers, much better than a boring
old school teacher. I remember, I won’t mention her name– – [Alexandra] Oh goodness. – But she always told me I was an idiot. But there’s four intelligences, and games engage all four intelligence, your mental intelligence,
emotional intelligence, your physical intelligence, and
your spiritual intelligence. Think of it this way. If you wanted to be Tiger Woods but the teacher said you
can’t use a golf club, you would never learn. I tell you about golf, too. You want to be a great golfer? People think you have
to drive the ball far. That’s not true. To be a great golfer,
can you putt 10 feet? In other words, if you
went on to a golf course and just stood and put, if you were an expert
at putting for 10 feet, you’d win most golf tournaments. You don’t have to be what
they call a long-ball hitter or the big gun and all, the big stick. So the great thing about
Monopoly and the Cashflow game is you find out your game. And you’ll find out what you’re genius is. And the more you make
mistakes, the smarter you get. The more you teach other people, you know, give and you shall receive,
the smarter you get. But most people are
spiritually constipated. Well, if I get an A, then you have, I can’t get an A, so you have to get an F. And that’s why our
schools teach more people to be stupid than to be geniuses. – Yeah, and so for anyone
who’s been labeled, don’t don’t let that define you because we there’s other
educational resources where it teach you that these labels don’t define you or diminish you. – Especially when you’re so young. – Yeah, it’s like it closes
you to just this one little box and makes you feel like you’re inferior, and that’s why people
maybe don’t have jobs because they don’t think
they’re capable of it, when it’s really not the case. – Well, what if they make a mistake, or what have they asked for help? That’s called cheating. But the biggest thing, there’s this new book
out called Late Bloomers, and it talks about how you
really don’t get really smart until you’re past 47. And that really fits for me ’cause I didn’t really
get smart until I was 50. Until then, I was stupid. I was having a good time, you know, making a lot of mistakes and
just having a great time. But that’s how we learn. If you have fun playing golf, you have better chance of learning. But if you get punished every
time you make a bad putt, or a bad drive, you stop playing golf. And so your genius as a
golfer never comes out. So one of the keys to finding
your genius is have fun. Make sure it’s legal, ethical, and moral, you know what I mean? I mean, it helps. I don’t want to go to jail and
become somebody’s boyfriend, you know what I mean, and stuff like that. So legal, ethical, moral. – Always.
– Right? – Yeah, and make tons of
mistakes along the way, too. – That’s right. So you make your mistakes in the game, and the more mistakes you
make, the smarter you get. But that’s how schools
teach kids to be stupid instead of finding their genius. – Yeah, so don’t worry, millennials. Just remember to find your game. And we’ll see you for the next episode. – And have fun learning. – And have fun. That’s what it’s all about. It’s not just this little
cubicle where you have to learn. – Like I give her father so much grief ’cause your father’s a
soccer player, right, and I’m a rugby player. And soccer is a different game than rugby. In soccer, I can’t hit anybody. But the rules of rugby,
the more people I hit, the more successful I become. – It’s about finding your game. – That’s right. If you love soccer, talk to her father. If you love rugby, talk to me. Okay, but I love business. I love real estate. I love gold. I love silver. And I love becoming an entrepreneur. It’s my game. So whatever your game is,
or you may be an employee. Maybe for you it might be a great person working for the government. Heaven forbid, but the government
needs good employees, too. But just find your game. – So that’s it for today. And if you liked this content,
make sure to subscribe. And hit the little notification bell if you want to be part of our next premier and have a live chat with us. Thank you guys so much for
watching, and we’ll see you soon. Ciao! (upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “You are NOT Stupid – Robert Kiyosaki [Millennial Money]

  1. Rip to 7,00,000 + subscribers who have gone through all the videos over the years and still not having a single penny

  2. Thank you Robert and Alex for this interview/video posting. I appreciate the valuable information about finances and the educational system. I couldn't agree more about what is being taught in our schools and even though I live in Canada, it is the same flawed system here. I have had strong thoughts and opinions about this since high school and I was the one who enjoyed school and worked hard for really good grades. For the first time in my life ( I just turned 40), I feel like someone is speaking my language about education and finances.
    Thank you, Robert for your good work in our world, your willingness to educate others to be their best self and for just being straight forward about subjects that matter and cutting out the B.S.
    So refreshing for once!

  3. It is 1,000 % true that some (not all schools & teachers) label students as stupid , on the contrary some teachers taught false lessons as an example in school you were programmed and taught to believe that Christopher Columbus discovered AMERICA AND ALL THE COMMODITIES IT CONTAINED. If you really dig deep you come to realize that some teachers actually mislead students on certain subjects !! Not everyone can be outstanding on a particular subject … we all have our weaknesses & we have our strengths on particular topics or subjects . I sincerely agree with Mr. KIYOSAKI , some teachers and or educational institutions are bogus . I humbly give my respects to Mr. KIYOSAKI for addressing this topic .

  4. Don't mean to bother you but you don't know until you ask. Would you be willing to be a mentor a young adult that needs the additional knowledge to take care of his family and to be where he needs to be financially?

  5. I finshed bussiness admininistration, but suck @ sitting in the office 8hours a day putting invoices in the comp. Cuz I get distracted in my thoughts way to fast, I constantly make mistakes. Got this concentration problem in my dayly life. Now I am trying to find out what to do, but it's hard with this problem and not really knowing what I would like to do

  6. This has to be one of the most important videos that I have watched. I pulled my children out of school and started homeschooling them because they were diagnosed as dyslexic and having ADHD and they were falling further and further behind. The principal told me that statistics show that if children don’t catch up by the end of third grade then they never will. I pulled them out not knowing what I was going to do but knowing something had to change. I dropped out of school but was able to test out. We will play games. We will check back in. The point was that I had a deep seated insecurity about being stupid but this video made it click for me.

  7. Teacher are boring because there's NO incentive for them to teach. if they received a Cash bonuses for every passing student i belive they'll try harder

  8. As a child I was told I was stupid many times and as a teen I was made to feel as though I was stupid. Today, I'm in the top 5% of income earners in Canada and I make my money legally. Turns out, I wasn’t so "stupid" after all. The education system fails more than it succeeds.

  9. I thought he said before to not get rich by getting a job..Now he is saying to have a game that allows you to be great even if you get a job? I don’t understand thought he wanted to help people become rich?

  10. Only thing wrong about this video is that it's partially directed towards millennials. People from all generations can learn from this.

  11. The American school system is horrible in almost every way imaginable.
    To take just one example that it took me a long time to understand due to its share stupidity, is their tendency to "grade on a curve". How dumb is that? My country's school system have an infinite supply of "A"s and an infinite supply of "F"s

  12. I believe people who have "acute boredom" are actually gifted. Typical teachers in typical schools (mostly public schools) don't know what to do with these kids because they know only what they were taught and they have an agenda also. Then you have the parents who listen to the teachers and punish their "acutely bored" kids or get them medicated without questioning if the schools "program" is the right one for their kids. Then there are parents who know their kid(s) is just bored but don't know what steps to take next (I was that parent)

  13. Great lesson Robert and Alexandra . Channeling the energy of youth in the right direction is key for their success and society’s success.

  14. ADD is made up shit by gov paid psychologists ban psychology and cancel case alw so psychoogy never used as any authority or excuse for anything and release all 500,000 men in jail for domestic violence hysteria based on hearsay peple lie in groups force law system 99% less money and do nothign fi no evidence FUCK OFF parasites!!

  15. Throughout my years in elem, highschool and 1st year in college I wasnt the best student. in fact, I was actually failing some class. But eventually I was able to get the hang of the "school system" and end up being top of my class for the last 3 years but the moment i graduated and stepped out the "real world" did I realize how extremely useless being a top student is. It's like your setup to live a mediocre life once your employed. And people who were non-Ivy were actually doing better in real life. This is how much of a rip off the school system is. It's like a punishment for people. They aren't really making people intelligent but elitists. From the start I already questioned the school system but once I adjusted to get better grades it only reinforced my doubt of how flawed the system is.

  16. Best thing I ever did was drop out of HS. they told me so many lies. Now, I did go back to finish my GED, and got a BA in college, but now I invest in real estate. best thing iv ever done. thank you for all your advice. read all your books, learned so much. thank you again Robert Kiyosaki

  17. As Robert sir said labels and other people don't decide that what we can be until unless we believe that what other peoples saying .😁

  18. You remind me of myself when I was younger. I always was sound asleep in classroom or drawing something on my book. I had not interested to listen the teacher.I was not able to read or write speed. I didn't know that I was dyslexic.I learned this when I was 30 years old.

  19. So many valid points. However, blaming ALL teachers for educational failures is unfair and narrow minded. (Just like calling any student stupid is narrow minded and unfair and should get you banned from ever being in a classroom)
    In the US, we have a school system, not an education system. Teachers, no matter how competent, have to work within the confines of that system. And yes, I am a teacher.

  20. Ok? Always saw possibilities and only fun during studies and learning. From entrepreneurs, however, I've heard numerous times I'm stupid. Not anymore 🙂
    School has to do with curiosity on your part. If you're hung up on the packaging, and not the content, of course you'll be bored. One should be curious about everything from day 1 until you die.

  21. I tried waking up all my friends, But now they think I’ve gone insane, even asking what I’ve been on recently, But like he say’s It pisses them off to hear the truth, And spreading the truth has made me notice witch friends I should keep.

  22. I dropped out before middle school and it's been rough at times but it's the best decision I've ever made. I was several school grades ahead and I got beat up a lot and school was garbage anyway

  23. i disagree with schoold being useless.
    sure if you go to school to just get a job and work for money it is bs.

    you go to school to acquire specific knowledge you need.

  24. This was well said. Engagement is different for everyone, but it's true that more engagement = better learning. Question is how to find that engagement for everyone, and for the right subject matters.

  25. What is your relationship with LEGACY EDUCATION ALIANC
    Currently they are in Australia offering courses for about & 1200 for a 3 days course all in your name.
    I have been watching and listening to the Reach day poor day programmes, on YouTube, radio showes podcast, but I haven hard you talk about it.
    I'll really appreciate your response as have already payed for it.

  26. what schools also dont teach you…. the reality that some majors are completely useless and are just the schools way to boost the gpa standards to lure kids in to schools by the amount of students who graduate in these stupid majors.

  27. Robert. It's was a Jewish American lady who's in charge of the teacher's in U.S. she was completely against changing the curriculum. She pushed teachers to vote not to change it. Michel Rhee was a supporter in a documentary called Superman a must see. Remember keep people stupid to be able control them .

  28. I am a teacher. Many students now days do not care about learning. If a learner is eager then they should be able to learn from what ever source is delivering the information. I am teaching an elective class called "Think and Grow Rich" My students are learning about many different financial principles and strategies.. I am an investor in real estate. I am creating passive income for myself and teaching others to do the same, if they want to listen and learn.

  29. Oh yeh im not a genius

    Story *pretty short :(*
    Im 10
    I was playing outside and my phone fell off and i told my mom to be not mad but she got so mad that she sees the phone cracked and i cried alot cause i was so dumb

  30. I cant stand this con artist. Repeating like a parrot over and over again and u idiots out there make this guy rich by buying all his books that say the same fucking things like his original book. Which is the only book thats good
    but quite frankly most people know this. If u want to be investors theres better ppl out there ex: phil pustehovski
    Or dave ramsey who actually takes calls from ppl not this scam artist who repeats his jokes and charges 45000$ on seminars. No step by step no nothing. He thinks we want details and says figure it out. He has no system to present
    He made a gameboard the same as monopoly.

  31. The Indian schools have been teaching totally USELESS things all these years. Of what use is Algebra,Geomatry,Geography and History to students in life? Students fail in these stupid subjects and waste precious years of their lives. Only mediocre people become teachers. These dimwits teach boring useless subjects to young minds and torture them if they don't do well. The schools,teachers and our Education System have killed the minds,hopes and self esteem of billions of young students so theyare bigger criminals than Hitler. If a student fails,he does not fail but the teacher,school and the education system fails. Still some stupid politicians are bent upon spoiling the best years of students who fail in the exams of 5th and 8th standard.

  32. YES. I was bored out of my freaking mind back in grade schools!!! I used to doodle all over my notebooks, test papers, my arm, hands, fingers, anything that had space for me to draw on I did. A couple teachers appreciated them, most didn't. As a result, I got really good at drawing and it's becoming one of my assets. School teaches you a set of beliefs that are outdated, untrue, disconnected, or simply useless. It teaches against critical thinking. School is NOT education. Memorizing a set of trivia you must believe in or else be punished is enslavement of the mind, the opposite of education.

  33. I am never smart in school. The only way I become successful and smart is working with a team, cooperation, and helping one another grow. If I was a teacher and I have 30 students in my class, I'll give them a test at the end of the month with rules:

    1. Everyone must get 90% and above.
    2. If one is less then 90% then everyone gets an F.
    3. Do whatever you can to get 90% and above but remember rule #2.

    I would like to see how the smartest kids in the class will do and the one's like me who are consider dumb and stupid will never get 90% in any tests. Lol.. And these are the 3 rules. I probably say the whole class will fail cos the smart kids will never teach the dumb and stupid kids like me the right answers and the right methods to get 90%.

    And when the tests comes they probably aced it and have fogotten the 3 rules as they are the smartest ones that always study, always do home work, and wants to get an A and beat everyone. While me always play video games on PC, Playstation, xbox, etc.. and never care about any homework and any test. Lol….

    But I maybe wrong, maybe some one in the class understands the 3 rules lol…

  34. Thank you, I was labeled by my grade three teacher as having A.D.D. because I "was having difficulties with paying attention" and I used to daydream and look for other things that where more interesting . They even tried to put me on ridelyne to try to "correct my over active imagination" which was starving to stimulate my curiosities for more interesting things. To this day I have an inventive mind but stuggle to stay focused on following though with a goal until completion.

  35. All these people keep telling me that I'm blessed I don't think so don't have a porch r my own place that I can call my own

  36. I love your channel, I think this information not only applies for millennials but for everyone, I'm on my 50s and still learning from Kiyosaki and totally change the way I think about money. Gracias

  37. I've been wondering, what is the meaning of the RICH DAD logo ? The purple color box with a swooshy X going thru it? Anyone…?

  38. Please remember that there are many excellent teachers out there who are just as frustrated by the archaic and prosaic education system and when they try to do things differently end up getting in trouble or fired. The school system, not the teachers, is the problem.

  39. Teaching is probably the only profession where you have to know the subject but not necessarily know how to deliver the knowledge, and there is where the fuck up happens.

  40. Robert, can you open a "school of doing"? You have the reach to make a difference and you clearly believe the school system should be changed drastically. Create a few hundred self-made millionaires and people will pay attention! 😀

  41. Getting a job after getting a college degree is only based on “TRUST” when it comes to putting it on a resume. The game monopoly is based on creating real estate that helps create wealth. You can get a high paying job with a college degree if you decide to be a doctor, lawyer, or an engineer. School doesn’t teach kids about money. I learned about money by getting financially hurt by my family and friends. Now, I got rid of all of them out of my life. I keep my financial knowledge to myself.

  42. Alexandra did you stop saying your full name just because they were making fun of your name ?
    Don’t encourage bullies like that we should be proud of our name the way it is .

  43. he said "education needs to change because you're killing a lot of kids, you're killing the kids like me." lmao. 5:25–5:29

  44. I love how Robert describes ADD, and you are so correct, not so long ago my son's teacher said something similar to his mother about him. After reading rich dad poor dad and watching your channel I realize that teachers really don't understand much if anything at all when it come to children and teaching them, my son gets bored very quickly, I realize that it's more about what is thought than anything else, I introduce he and his sister to monopoly for millennials and they just can't get enough.

  45. i totally relate they used to separate me in school because i’d distract the other kids. not realizing i liked to entertain and socialize. i also loved to exercise my imagination. still do and i’m almost 40

  46. You know I'm holding a Bsc in architectural engineering , and once I lost the job , boom looks am holding nothing and am still jobless , I'm a big fan of rich dad and poor dad , R.k and I have established but sold nothing by ….so I'm still looking for the way

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