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Rich Dad’s Before You Quit Your Job

10 Real-Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Building a Multimillion-Dollar Business Robert Kiyosaki once again teams up with Sharon Lechter as a co-writer in this 2004 publication directed at people who wish to control their financial destinies through becoming entrepreneurs. In Rich Dad’s Before You Quit Your Job, Robert Kiyosaki identifies the difference between employees and their bosses or entrepreneurs. The only difference is fear, and the perspective and identification with the meaning of job security. As in other works, Robert Kiyosaki brings back much of the philosophies of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and his principles of the cashflow quadrant, but also gives examples of what not to do when attempting to become an entrepreneur. In Rich Dad’s Before You Quit Your Job, Robert Kiyosaki gives clear and straight forward stories leading to morals of what is needed for entrepreneur mind frame.     Get your copy here – Rich Dad’s Before You Quit Your Job: 10 Real-Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Building a Multimillion-Dollar Business Share and...

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Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens

The Secrets About Money – That You Don’t Learn in School! In this 2004 publication, co-written with Sharon Lechter, Robert Kiyosaki targets his rich dad philosophy towards teenagers. In Rich Dad, Poor Dad for Teens, Robert Kiyosaki takes teenagers specifically into account when he writes that no matter what grades you have or how school smart you think you are, everyone is smart enough to be financially independent. As it is directed towards teenagers, this edition of the rich dad philosophy is filled with games, sidebars,  tips and quizzes to get a youthful mind’s creative juices flowing. Robert Kiyosaki urges that all teenagers, and people for that matter, are capable to achieve their financial dreams that will lead to greater freedom by simply working less hard for money, and having your money work harder for you. By identifying personal strengths and styles, everyone can take their passions, set up a plan, and by being creative can accomplish ambitious financial goals. As Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad says, “My banker’s never asked me for a report card yet.” Get your copy here – Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens Share and...

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Rich Dad’s Who Took My Money?

Why Slow Investors Lose and Fast Money Wins! In Rich Dad’s Who Took My Money? Robert Kiyosaki teams up with Sharon Lechter for this 2004 publication about investing your money. Challenging conventional, and traditional methods of saving your money by investing for the long term in a buy, wait and diversify approach, Robert Kiyosaki discusses how he had to learn the hard way. Sharing his experience in handing over his money to a mutual fund company, strangers in other words, his rich dad allowed Robert Kiyosaki to be patient with his bad investment, and wait for his mutual funds to rise. This never happened, and Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad explained that handing your money over to financial organizations is like parking your car in a parking lot. Even though it is safe, and easy to do, which is why many people choose to do so, it is also at the same time on someone else’s property and not your own. Meaning that you are not in control of your investment and thus it makes it risky. Instead of being parked with your investments, your investments should be in motion, building momentum until your money is moving at a high velocity. Through such investments as real estate, and small business venture, advised Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad, your money stays in motion instead of being parked in some other person’s parking lot. Rich dad says in other words that if you are going to park your money, it might as well be in your own lot making money for you. Get your copy here – Rich Dad’s Who Took My Money?: Why Slow Investors Lose and Fast Money Wins! Share and...

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Rich Dad’s Retire Young, Retire Rich

Robert Kiyosaki continues to stress the redefinition of key concepts that separate the rich from the middle class and of course the poor. In Rich Dad’s Retire Young, Retire Rich, Robert Kiyosaki discusses how he and his wife Kim Kiyosaki achieved the financial freedom they desired in only a decade after setting out on their plan. Once again, it is the shift in mindset to become financially literate, while creating a plan of action that will lead you to your financial freedom. Once again Sharon Lechter is the co-writer of this book that was published in 2002. Get your copy here – Rich Dad’s Retire Young, Retire Rich Share and...

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Rich Dad’s the Business School

For People Who Like Helping People In this 2001 publication of yet another Robert Kiyosaki financial book, Rich Dad’s the Business School discusses the possible benefits of a network marketing business. Robert Kiyosaki warns of the possible dangers in it for not all business are good businesses and that some of the good ones are not well organized, so patience is needed. If the stress to make contributions for today in a network marketing business, then, as Robert Kiyosaki warns, how is it possible to make money for tomorrow? Robert Kiyosaki states that although he has been in a network marketing business, he did not make his fortune there. Furthermore, network marketing businesses are not for everyone and they do require patience. But the rewards can be extra cash flow that can help be reinvested else where. Get your copy here – Rich Dad’s the Business School: For People Who Like Helping People (Second Edition) Share and...

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Rich Dad’s Prophecy

Why the Biggest Stock Market Crash in History Is Still Coming… and How You Can Prepare Yourself and Profit from It! In what may be one of the most important books in the Rich Dad portfolio, Rich Dad’s Prophecy proclaims how Robert Kiyosaki’s rich dad prophesized that once the first of the baby boomers reach the age of 70 in 2016, the worst stock market crash in history will ensue. Published in 2002, and once again co-written by Sharon Lechter, Rich Dad’s Prophecy focuses on planning for the future. The reason why it is so important to plan for the future, and why the stock market will crash in 2016 is because of the financial policies in the United States of America, in particular the 401K retirement plans that most baby boomers have, and will begin to cash out will hurt the economy and crash the market. In Rich Dad’s Prophecy, Robert Kiyosaki identifies these problems as not problems at all but opportunities to gain wealth during this time of crisis. Robert Kiyosaki identifies that it is not just about surviving through a time of crisis but thriving, and achieving the financial wealth and independence you thought that you could only dream. So instead of fearing what could happen in the future of uncertainty, people can indeed prosper and dream the biggest dreams instead. Get your copy today – Rich Dad’s Prophecy – Why the Biggest Stock Market Crash in History Is Still Coming… and How You Can Prepare Yourself and Profit from It! Share and...

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Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid

Giving Your Children a Financial Head Start  Published in 2001, Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid is a book designed to teach kids the lessons learnt from Rich Dad, Poor Dad, again co-written by Sharon Lechter. In a shorter, more condensed version of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid is a guide to help parents better understand the lessons learned from Rich Dad, Poor Dad, so they can better teach and pass on these lessons to their children. Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid stresses the point that financial literacy is something that is not learnt in school so it is very important for parents to pass on the right ideas concerning money to their children so that they can become successful in the future and enjoy the freedom of being financially secure. In Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid, Robert Kiyosaki provides tools and techniques that parents can use to pass on correct information while making clear distinctions between being accountable and independent on to their children.   Get your copy here – Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid Share and...

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Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing

In Robert Kiyosaki’s third book, which was also published in the year 2000, as well as his third best seller, Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing is a book that gives guidance and advice to potential investors. In Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing, Robert Kiyosaki gets more specific, and gives details concerning investing and how to be a smart and successful investor. Robert Kiyosaki introduces the idea of being an ultimate investor by using other people’s money, like the banks or other investors, with the goal of being a selling investor. By creating businesses which are attractive and desired on the market, anybody with a proper plan and a smart idea can cash in on it since the public is craving it. In this way, people will want a piece of your business and pay a premium for it. As well, it teaches you how to reduce your investment risk and use your earned income to invest and create passive cash. Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing is another great example of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad philosophies, and his unique, easy to read style of writing financial advisory books for the everyday person. Get your copy here – Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing Share and...

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Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant

Cashflow Quadrant – Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom The follow up to Rich Dad, Poor Dad, released in the year 2000 and once again co-written with Sharon Lechter, Cashflow Quadrant is a personal finance book where Robert Kiyosaki introduces a concept of the same name as the title of the book. A cashflow quadrant according to Robert Kiyosaki is a grid with four boxes with each box identified by a letter. The letters used are E, S, B, and I, which stands for employees, self employed or small business owners, business owners not directly involved in the day-to-day operation of the company, and investors. Robert Kiyosaki expresses in Cashflow Quadrant how each quadrant has different ideas, views and perspectives of money. Each quadrant, thus, is characterized by different concepts as they relate to money, business, and taxes. Robert Kiyosaki explains how employees have a job and work for someone else, a self employed person owns a job, a business owner owns an asset with produces money and cash flow, and investors have their money work for them. In Cashflow Quadrant, Robert Kiyosaki uses personal experiences to identify the differences of each quadrant, and touches back on all the key concepts of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, in a repetitious way that is intended for readers of both books to have everything learnt reinforced. Again, Robert Kiyosaki is about financial literacy, and repetition is a great way for ideas to stick. In Cashflow Quadrant, you learn how the role you play, the quadrant your classified in will ultimately determine your financial freedom. Get your copy here – Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom Share and...

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