It has been close to twenty-five years since Robert Kiyosaki’s book Rich Dad Poor Dad initially caused a stir in the field of personal finance. It has been close to twenty-five years since Robert Kiyosaki’s book Rich Dad Poor Dad initially caused a stir in the field of personal finance. Since then, it has risen to become the best-selling personal finance book of all time, being published in dozens of languages and being distributed all over the world.
Rich Dad Poor Dad [Download pdf Below]
Rich Dad Poor Dad is Robert Kiyosaki’s autobiography about his upbringing with two fathers — his biological father and the father of his best friend, whom he refers to as his “rich dad” — and the ways in which the perspectives of both fathers influenced Robert’s perspectives on financial matters and the stock market. This book debunks the notion that one must have a significant income in order to become wealthy. It also clarifies the distinction between working for money and allowing your money to work for you.
20 Years… Hindsight Is Always 20/20
In the updated version of this timeless work that was published to commemorate its 20th anniversary, Robert provides an analysis of the changes that have occurred in the fields of finance, business, and the economy on a global scale over the course of the last two decades. Sidebars scattered throughout the book will take readers “fast forward” — from 1997 to the present — as Robert evaluates the viability of the lessons that his wealthy father instilled in him over the course of their upbringing.
The messages in Rich Dad, Poor Dad, which were ridiculed and contested when the book was first published 20 years ago, are, in many respects, more vital, relevant, and important today than they were when the book was first published 20 years ago.
The readers can rest assured that Robert will, as always, be forthright and observant… and will continue to rock more than a few boats with his retrospective.
Will there be more than one or two unexpected things? You can bank on it.
What Is Rich Dad Poor Dad Known For?
- Explodes the myth that you need a big income to become rich.
- Challenges the concept that your house is an asset.
- Shows parents why they can’t rely on the school system to teach their kids about money.
- Defines once and for all an asset and a liability.
- Defends the belief that your property is an asset.
- It teaches you what to teach your children about money so that they might have a successful financial future.