Robert Kiyosaki Books
Rich Dad Poor Dad
Personal finance author and lecturer Robert T. Kiyosaki developed his unique economic perspective from two very different influences - his two fathers. This text lays out Kiyosaki's philosophy and his relationship with money.
Rich Dad Poor Dad will . . .
Explode the myth that you need to ear a high income to become rich.
Challenge the belief that your house is an asset.
Show parents why they can't rely on the school system to teach their kids about money.
Define once and for all an asset and a liability.
Teach you what to teach your kids about money for their future financial success.
"The main reason people struggle financially is because they have spent years in school but learned nothing about money. The result is that people learn to work for money . . . but never learn to have money work for them."
- Robert Kiyosaki
The Cashflow Quadrant is the follow-up guide to finding the financial fast track that best works for you. It reveals the strategies necessary for moving beyond just job security to greater financial security by generating wealth from four selective financial quadrants.
Rich Dad's Cashflow Quadrant will revela why some people work less, arn more, pay less in taxes, and feel more financially secure than others. It is simply a matter of knowing which quandrant to from and when.
Have you ever wondered . . .
- What is the difference between an employee and an a business owner?
- Why do some investors make money with little risk while most other investors just break even?
- Why do most employees go from job to job while others quit their jobs and go on to build business empires?
- Why, in the Industrial Age, did most parents want their children to become medical doctors, accountants or attorneys . . . and why, in the Information Age, are these professions under financial attack?
Have you ever noticed that many of the brighest graduates from our universities want to work for college dropouts . . . dropouts such as Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Michael Dell and Ted Turner? Dropouts who today are the mega-rich of society.
This book will answer some of these questions and also assist in guiding you to find your own path to financial freedom in a world of ever-increasing financial change.
Business of the 21st Century
The 8 Wealth-Building Assets of Network Marketing Robert Kiyosaki believes in the power of network marketing! In his new book, he explains why this is the best time to start your own business and secure your financial future! For the past several years, multimillionaire businessman, entrepreneur, and investor Robert Kiyosaki has been a staunch supporter of network marketing. Like many people, he was skeptical about the industry at first ... until he learned firsthand what network marketing is all about: helping people. In his latest book, the author of the phenomenally successful Rich Dad Poor Dad series shows why network marketing is indeed the business of the 21st century. Robert shares the eight wealth-building assets offered by network marketing that allow you to take advantage of these tough economic times to build a strong financial future and happier life. John Fleming , the publisher of Direct Selling News, and Kim Kiyosaki, author of Rich Woman: A Book on Investing for Women, join Robert to share their thoughts on why network marketing is the perfect opportunity for both men and women.
Why we Want YOu to Be Rich: Two Men - One Message
The wildly financially successful authors of this book state, early on, that a reader will not find in its pages specific advice on how to make or invest money. It's more a book of philosophy (note the "why" in the title), and if it's not exactly Kierkegaardian in scope or language, this collaboration of real estate magnate and rags-to-riches financial guru manages to entertain and to inform. Written in bite-size chunks and adorned with quotes (some from the authors' previous works or speeches) and graphs, it explains why some people get rich and others... well, don't. Some tales are shopworn: the many references to Warren Buffett are tales well told, for example, but what works best are the aphorisms and the personality type descriptions within the "CASHFLOW Quadrant"—no matter what you do for a living, in your heart are you an E, an S, a B or an I? (Key: E=employee; B=big business owner; S=self-employed, specialist or small business owner; I=investor.) But Trump and Kiyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad) together are a strangely winning combination (they've published this book jointly and privately—and a portion of its profits will be donated to charity). Bottom line: these Messrs. Money-bags know their business. We're talking billionaires here, and really, how can you argue with success?