Dad, Poor Dad" - What the Rich Teach
Their Kids About Money - That the Poor
and Middle Class Do Not! was written by
Robert Kiyosaki. It was the book that
launched Kiyosaki into the success of
an Internationally best selling author.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad talks about how to
be financially successful from investing,
real estate, owning businesses, and using
finance protection tactics.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad is a story of how Kiyosaki
grew up learning from his real dad (the
poor dad), and his friend Michael's dad
(the rich dad). Poor dad was well educated
and had a good job, but retired poor as
he did not learn how to effectively grow
his wealth. Rich dad was not well educated
academically, but learned how to use money
to build a great fortune through owning
businesses and investing.
The book is more of a motivational book
to get readers thinking about money, rather
than a step by step guide to wealth. Rich
Dad, Poor Dad is written in an entertaining
anecdotal manner that makes a topic that
many avoid (finances), interesting.
Rather than using the book as a practical
guide to wealth, use it as a motivational
tool and a first step on the path to learning
about money. It is more of a fictional
novel to inspire people to learn more.
If you are already well along the path
of learning about money, finance, and
investing, you will probably get very
little from Rich Dad, Poor Dad. But if
you rarely think about money and have
just enough to pay the bills each week,
this book could be the start of your financial
freedom. Just don't stop with this one
book, keep reading others as this is only
a small part of what it takes to learn
about money and investing.
Rich Dad, Poor
Dad Book Quotes
true luxury is a reward for investing
in and developing a real asset."
only way to get out of the "Rat
Race" is to prove your proficiency
at both accounting and investing, arguably
two of the most difficult subjects to
master." Robert Kiyosaki
have mentioned before that financial
intelligence is a synergy of accounting,
investing, marketing and law. Combine
those four technical skills and making
money with money is easier." Robert
people are poor because when it comes
to investing, the world is filled with
Chicken Littles running around yelling,
"The sky is falling. The sky is
falling." Robert Kiyosaki
of today's youth have credit cards before
they leave high school, yet they have
never had a course in money or how to
invest it, let alone understand how
compound interest works on credit cards."
Dad, Poor Dad Book Contents
is a Need
One - Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Two - The Rich Don't Work for Money
Three - Why Teach Financial Literacy?
Four - Mind Your Own Business
Five - The History of Taxes and the
Power of Corporations
Six - The Rich Invent Money
Seven - Work to Learn - Don't Work for
Eight - Overcoming Obstacles
Nine - Getting Started
Ten - Still Want More?
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