Lessons From Rich Dad Poor Dad

Over the next four weeks, I’m going to be sharing what I think are four great lessons I’ve learned from Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad. While Kiyosaki is probably most noted for this book alone, he has written many, and in my opinion, is most notable as an entrepreneur.


If you aren’t familiar with Kiyosaki, his unique perspective comes from growing up in Hawaii under the tutelage of two fathers. His own dad was a very well educated man. He had a PhD and was Superintendent of Schools where they lived. In contrast, Kiyosakis’ life was also influenced by a friend’s dad, a man who became more of a mentor to Robert, teaching him how to grow his wealth like an entrepreneur.


I subscribe to and use many of Kiyosaki’s financial principles in my own wealth building strategy, as well as when I work with my clients to build theirs. I strongly encourage you to read all of Kiyosaki’s books or visit RichDad.com for more information. Of course, as always, I’m available if you would like to discuss how to better implement these ideas and concepts into your own wealth building strategy.


I look forward to hearing your feedback and reading your comments as we spend the next four weeks with Kiyosaki and explore:


Part 1: The Three Types of Education
Part 2: The Cash Flow Quadrant
Part 3: Savers are Losers
Part 4: Assets and Liabilities


I hope you will make it a point to join me throughout this 4-part Series! These are valuable lessons that will help us organize and maximize our wealth building efforts!


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