Robert Toru Kiyosaki is the founder of Rich Global LLC and Rich Dad Company, a private financial education company that gives personal finance and employment education to people through books and videos. He is profoundly known for his book Rich Dad Poor Dad. He is also the founder of the Cashflow board and software games to educate adults and children about enterprise and financial theories. Kiyosaki operates through several companies that he acquires fully or in part, and through franchisee arrangements with other corporations ratified to use his name for a fee.
His book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, the #1 New York Times bestseller. Let us take a sneak peek into the book and get a glimpse of what the book has to offer.
This book speaks about the distinction in mindset between the poor, middle class, and the rich. The story revolves around growing up with two dads, his father, and his friend's father, and the direction in which both the men molded his thoughts about money and investments.
In this Rich Dad Poor Dad book, there are some of the best lessons Kiyosaki shares to assist you to become more financially literate.
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The book erupts the myth that you want to earn a high revenue to be rich and clarifies the distinction between working for money and having your money work for you. The ideas presented in Rich Dad, Poor Dad aren’t especially genuine or fancy, but the concepts were entirely new to me. This is especially true of how the book educated us to think of money not as an end-goal, but as a tool for wealth innovation. The overarching theme of Rich Dad Poor Dad is how to use money as a tool for wealth improvement.
Your destiny depends on how you spend your money and your time. Your family’s future will be discerned by your choices today. Not everyone appears pleased with the rather candid way Robert Kiyosaki explains these money-making beliefs in his book. However, there is much proficiency to be gained if you can look past that layer.
This book is all about mindset. If you’re looking for tips, tricks, practical advice, or a how-to guide, you’ll be brought down. Poor dad was poor, and rich dad was rich, because of their beliefs about money and the actions to which those opinions led.
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