Happy Fourth of July! Today is a celebratory day. One of the great American Holidays. The second official start of summer after Memorial Day. A day surrounded by friends and family, burgers and beers, and of course fireworks. Although it is a big party for most, it is certainly a significant historical holiday, one that honors our country's independence. Do you have veterans in your life? Friends or family members that are protecting freedom around the globe? Fathers or grandfathers who served in past wars? Sisters or girlfriends who are abroad, in danger, fighting for freedom? Freedom isn't free. Thanks to all that serve and who have served. Now, what about your FINANCIAL independence?

To my horror, I just realized that I made a bad decision. I took a nice sum of money that I received from trading stock options and I spent it. A little down, but certainly not out, I was searching for the business of the 21st century. Robert T Kiyosaki helped me realize that, in fact, what I just found was GOLD!

Robert T Kiyosaki, best known for his bestselling book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, deeply believes in the power of the "human spirit". In today’s times with high foreclosure rates and dwindling savings accounts, the recent economic downturn has caused many people's spirits to become broken. As the news continues to predict what will happen next with the global economy, how does Kiyosaki continue to spend his time? Read on to find out!

You may think that "Organizational Theories: The Code of Honor" would be an odd title for a post on this blog. Well, believe it or not, though this blog focuses very little on corporate life, and much more so on entrepreneurial ventures, parallels can be made between the largest and smallest organizations, especially with regards to the code of honor. This post will elaborate on these organizational theories, as depicted in Blair Singer's book, "Rich Dad's Advisors®: The ABC's of Building a Business Team That Wins: The Invisible Code of Honor That Takes Ordinary People and Turns Them Into a Championship Team".

By now, you have inevitably heard of Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad series of best sellers. But have you read any? From an MLM review perspective, I highly recommend all of them. In the meantime, check out this MLM review-themed video review where I spend a few moments describing the general message in Kiyosaki's best-seller, Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

Whatever you may think of former U.S. President Bill Clinton, you have to admit that he knows how to speak. Eloquence in his language and making sense with his words is what got him to be where he is today - a former governor, a former president, and now a supporter of the network marketing industry. DO NOT MISS his message and video!