Saturday, September 20, 2014

Financial Education is key to your success: #Robert Kiyosaki author 'Rich Dad – Poor Dad’

“Financial Literacy” is the key factor that differentiates the poor and middle classes from the wealthy”, says Mr. Robert Kiyosaki, Rich Dad – Poor Dad’ author world renowned Financial advisor at the National Achievers Conference 2014. The two day conference, Kicked off today in Bangaluru, with 11 eminent and world renowned speakers with expertise in business mastery, coaching, entrepreneurship, wealth creation and investment strategies.

National Achievers conference 2014 (NAC) hosted by Success Gyan India's leading International Seminar conducting organization, is a hallmark event with world-class speakers to help individuals achieve outstanding results in today’s highly competitive global economy. The event focuses on imparting skills on financial education, practical sales management, Investment techniques, Leadership, Personal, Development, Health and Wellness.

On the sidelines of NAC Robert kiyosaki, addressed the press and shared his views on the economy, financial literacy and education pattern.

Speaking during the occasion Mr. Robert Kiyosaki said, that “Financial freedom is one of the most desired wishes anyone has, and it is so for a good reason. You can never expect when there will be a financial crisis, sweeping away all your wealth and income sources. As a result, educating one about the importance of financial freedom, as well as the means to achieve it is very essential”.

He also added, that, “The only way money can be turned into sustained wealth is by educating ourselves about finance, primarily from an accounting point of view and splitting everything we buy into assets and liabilities. Educating oneself about financial matters regularly should be the top priority. If one doesn’t have any clear defined financial goals, then it will be very hard to work towards securing his financial freedom. The key to financial freedom is very simple: convert your regular earned income into passive income or portfolio income. With this in mind, it is very easy to achieve the goals you desire without giving up on things that you hold close to your heart”.

Mr. Surendran CEO of Success Gyan, says, “Every one aims to become rich, but the level of financial literacy in India is very low. Indian populace has become marginally better in saving and planning for the unexpected future, however when it comes to money management we still remain weak. Many investors and aspiring business men lose track due lack financial literacy. We at ‘Success Gyan’ step in bridging the ‘Business Confidence’ gap, by facilitating world renowned personalities to share their experiences and success formula with aspiring; we hope to add value to transform business learnings across people, process and practices through these conferences and seminars’.