Do you need a good motivation ebook to learn from as a business owner? Rich Dad Poor Dad is a business book that explained the logic ideas behind business that poor people or parents ignore that rich people don’t.
Rich Dad Poor Dad is the first book published by Robert T. Kiyosaki, who took the need for personal financial education to the next level.
In his bestselling book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, explains the fundamental differences in the way his two fathers thought about money — his real father who was ‘poor’ and the father of his best friend who was ‘rich’, despite both earning a good salary.
Poor dad (biological father), the educated one made money mistakes and was stuck in “rat race”. He believed in “Love of money is the root of all evil”. On the other hand, rich dad (friend’s father) taught him to move ahead with a bold mindset and believed in “Lack of money is the root of all evil”.
It’s not difficult to understand how money works, with the right guide from experiences, you can truly understand how to build wealth and retire in comfort.
In this eBook, discover the complete process to follow.
What you will learn from Rich Dad Poor Dad book:
- How you can generate more income by investing your money wisely.
- How to manage money properly by learning the difference between assets and liabilities.
- How to leverage money to mitigate your risk and maximise your profit by becoming financially intelligent and literate.
- How to use the income earned to generate more returns or wealth so that it leads you to financial freedom.
- Understanding Tax the corporation way.
- Learn to channelise your emotional balance and be focussed on accomplishing your financial goals.
About the Author
Robert T. Kiyosaki is an American entrepreneur and investor in the real estate and mining business who thought of getting people to under the power of money as a tool to getting more wealth and live a good life.
Robert talks about getting a personal financial education, which is logically a must in order to ensure financial independence. It is a simple story with examples to understand cashflows, building assets, and learn from failures.
Rich Dad Poor Dad book is quite good, in the sense that it teaches you to see everything you buy from an asset and liability point of view.