Rich Dad Poor Dad Book Review

Rich Dad Poor Dad book summary

Robert Kiyosaki’s book Rich Dad Poor Dad aims to teach readers how to create a successful business. It uses a comparison between the two fathers’ life experiences and financial practices to show readers the importance of building wealth through investment. The book has earned praise from readers worldwide for its empowering and inspirational messages, and is a must-read for anyone who wants to improve their financial situation.

Kiyosaki’s father

Robert Kiyosaki is the author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad. The book chronicles his life story and shares insights from his father’s financial experiences. Kiyosaki was born and raised in Hawaii. His biological father was a Stanford PhD who followed traditional career thinking. He encouraged Robert to earn a good degree and work his way up the corporate ladder. His father also stressed the importance of having a good job and financial security.

After the book became a bestseller, Kiyosaki and his team moved the publication of Rich Dad to Plata Publishing. While Kiyosaki still does almost every interview, the bestselling book still remains based on the same core message about financial literacy. However, there have been some updates to the book, including the addition of a sidebar about student loan debt. In addition, Plata Publishing updated most of the book’s sidebars for the 25th anniversary.

Traditionally, the traditional way to earn wealth was to earn a college degree and work your way up. This method worked well in the 20th century when there was strong growth. But these days, jobs with stable employers rarely offered guaranteed pensions. Furthermore, academic success and professional education no longer guarantee job security. Thus, Kiyosaki chose the Rich Dad philosophy and now works to achieve financial independence later in life.

The story behind Kiyosaki’s father is an interesting one. Kiyosaki’s father, Mike, was a highly educated man who was not able to teach his son how to become rich. As a result, he sought out a mentor in his best friend’s father, who had started building a business empire by the age of eight. Although Kiyosaki’s father was an early investor, he wasn’t willing to teach his son how to earn money on his own. Instead, he offered the boys a simple job in a small grocery store. The boys couldn’t afford expensive things, but he showed them how to turn their dreams into reality.

Robert Kiyosaki’s father

Robert Kiyosaki’s father was a wealthy businessman who turned a $5,000 down payment into a million dollar investment. He lived in Portland, Oregon at the time, where the local real estate was selling poorly. He often jogged through his neighbourhood, which was full of for sale signs and gingerbread houses.

His father explained that a man needs to learn from experience. He taught his sons through real life experiences. Robert learned that he had to work hard to sell Xerox machines. At nine years old, he began to feel like a worker. He realized that he had to follow his rich dad’s footsteps and work harder.

As a kid, Robert Kiyosaki’s father represented two different views on money and work. His father had a Ph.D. and had a successful career. On the other hand, his other father did not. He struggled with money and eventually became the richest man in Hawaii. He compared his fathers with each other often. He wanted his son to have a good education and climb the corporate ladder, but he also valued job security.

The father in Rich Dad Poor Dad is a businessman himself. Kiyosaki’s father had a business empire and was a mentor to his son. The father offered his son jobs, but in exchange, he gave them a pay raise. This is how Kiyosaki learned how to become rich.

Rich Dad Poor Dad’s father

Rich Dad Poor Dad is a book about the author’s experiences with two influential people in his life. One is his biological father, who never accumulated any wealth, and the other is his childhood best friend Mike’s father, who was the wealthiest man in Hawaii. As the author explains in the book, both fathers had different approaches and taught him different lessons. The book is not an exhaustive history of each, but rather a comparison of the two.

Kiyosaki’s fictional father had a similar work ethic as his real dad, and he strongly believed in financial education and an understanding of how money works. He eventually became a millionaire, despite being an eighth-grade dropout. Rich Dad Poor Dad’s father teaches Kiyosaki how to apply these principles in his own life. Rich Dad’s dad was a great mentor and he taught the author how to work hard and earn money.

In Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki’s father is a rich man, who also made financial mistakes. The author uses a storytelling style to explain how people become rich and how to avoid making the same mistakes. He presents the lessons in word-for-word form, but he also has conceptual sections. Kiyosaki makes use of illustrations and graphics to illustrate the different concepts, such as the difference between assets and liabilities.

Rich Dad Poor Dad has many examples of successful people and what they did to achieve them. The book has ten chapters plus an introduction. We will focus on the first six chapters in this Rich Dad Poor Dad review.