2021 Review Rich Dad Poor Dad assets & investing.

Robert kiyosaki Rich dad poor dad book

Robert Kiyosaki

Is the author of the book rich dad, poor dad series. I will explain what it’s about, if it’s worth reading and how Robert Kiyosaki made his money and more.

It’s the first in a series of personal finance books the second book is cashflow quadrant there are a total of 14 books altogether. Wow I know I didn’t realise until I just googled it all are available on amazon.

It’s also available on audiobook as well if required.

I have just finished reading the book myself Jan 2021. If you would like to follow my story to financial freedom and the books and things i review and use whilst on this path click here.

I have tried to answer some of the most popular questions honestly and truthfully about the book. It`s quite old now yes is was published in 1997, but a lot of it is still relevant.

You can jump to an answer to your question click on the link below.

In today’s times and economic struggles, with unemployment, people on furlough and an unsure future for businesses.

I thought I would start my journey again as I have failed a few times now but dusted myself off and ready for another go if you want to find out a little more of my story click here.

I googled financial books and had a look around, and this came recommended on a few sites so I bought off amazon and the rest is listed below.

Rich dad Poor dad book
Rich dad poor dad Book about finances

What is the rich dad poor dad book about?

The book is about Robert Kiyosaki and two fathers IE poor dad and a rich dad, his best friend Mike’s has the rich one.

Robert Kiyosaki’s father is portrayed as the poor farther, but he isn’t poor to the outside world he has a high paid, high powered job but works hard and a lot of hours for his money as most professionals do.

It explains a lot about the education system and its failings how we should be educated differently and have finances work for us.

Mikes Dad, Roberts best friends Farther, also works hard to build his wealth, rather than working for someone else.

It shows both sides of the coin to speak one who is happy to work in a corporation and one who owns one.

It also explains wealth, money, liabilities and assets how and why we should invest in ourselves and not our bosses.

I enjoyed the book myself, which leads me to the next popular question about the book.

Is it worth reading rich dad, poor dad?

In my own opinion, yes, it’s worth it having only just finished the book in 2021, was first published in 1997.

I had never even heard about it before, and  I’m a 40-year-old employee, having tried out various things to get out of the rat race but haven’t succeeded.

I had an online shop selling on eBay for two years, but sadly I had to close it down, one of the most challenging times of my life. We almost lost our house because of it, but I have dusted myself off, and I am ready to get back on with it now Click here to read about my journey and what I am hoping to achieve shortly.

You can pick up a hard copy of the book up of amazon on or audiobook as well .

It’s all about yourself, invest time in yourself to grow your knowledge and expand yourself in different ways, not the mainstream ways get good grades, go to college, get a degree don’t fail to be the best, and you will shine and get promoted.

Robert has helped guide me and show an alternative way to create money rather than work for it.

My 16-year-old son, who is far more intelligent. I already get it from his mother is also currently reading the book. I am having great discussions with him about finance and why all people don’t do it. He is again starting to ask questions about how he can do it now, so hopefully, he takes this on-board, and it helps shape his future a bit better than mine.

Don’t get me wrong I still have 25+ years at work ahead of me, and I’m going to try and get myself organised and out of employment and into a better more comfortable role than I am on at the moment.

To purchase the book yourself click here to head over to amazon

Millionaire

How did rich dad poor dad make his money?

The information in this book and subsequent books is that the central part of his wealth comes from property and it states in his readers that they were one of his first purchases, a large amount of his investment strategy.

The rental and sharp rise in property prices helped him create, build and generate wealth.

He also used advisors, accountants and stockbrokers to help him find and source new opportunities for him to follow.

We are now 14 years after the book has been published, it’s available in 52 languages and has sold 32 million copies according to Wikipedia

Robert Kiyosaki and his wife Kim Kiyosaki, who wrote and created the rich dad poor dad series didn’t just make their money from the Brand.

I guess other reviewers haven’t read the book or the next one cashflow quadrant which I am reading now and about to do another review on

Robert Kiyosaki made his money from various investments including, property, stock market, gold mines, to name a few and of course from the series of books and games he has published and created.

I am myself looking to follow his lead and create myself wealth for mine and my children’s future

.I feel much the same as he does, that even here the UK we cannot depend on the government handing us much of our money back that we are forced to give them. by the time I retire I can see them putting the retirement age up to 70+. I don’t think anyone should be made to do that.

Don’t get wrong. I enjoy working and doing my job but don’t want to do it for another 30-35 years do your RELLY!!!!!!.

To purchase the book yourself click here to head over to amazon

How much is rich dad poor dad worth?

Robert Kiyosaki owner of rich dad poor dad is worth 80 Million in 2020 according to the internet.

It’s a hard to say if that’s just from the rich dad series or accumulated wealth I just spent the last 10 mins googling about Robert and his wife and that’s what I came up with.

It’s hard to find out how much has been made from the books. As it just quotes Their wealth, not just the wealth from rich dad poor dad unless the 80 million is what they have made.

You probably aren’t aware that they have a board game to help compliment the books.

Then there is a whole group of other his investors and advisors who have published books online courses and seminars with the rich dad poor dad Business.

I don’t think I will take be taking part in any seminars or buying the board game.

I am currently reading cashflow quadrant.

But please take a look for yourself if you want to invest more into him instead of yourself that’s fine.

To purchase the book yourself click here to head over to amazon

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I hope you have enjoyed reading my review and I’m sure it will help you a lot to change your mindset about business investing taking risks and becoming wealthy in the process.

If you wish to follow my story as I am reading a few different books now about investing in the stock market buy to let properties, holiday homes and more along with accounting and other business practices.

If you would like to follow my story to financial freedom and the books and things i review and use whilst on this path click here.

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