Rich Dad, Poor Dad 2: Cash Flow Quadrant – Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom

ISBN: 0751532800
ISBN 13: 9780751532807
By: Robert T. Kiyosaki

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Business Currently Reading Economics Finance General Investing Non Fiction Robert Kiyosaki Self Help To Read

Reader's Thoughts

Melissa

Great business book! I wouldn't read it twice, but definitely a book all business owners and entrepreneurs should read!

Novalini Jailani

good book

Roslyn Ross

Fine. But financial philosophy is better. Read the Richest Man in Babylon.

Karen Woolfall

Robert Kiyosaki is one of my favorite authors.

Peter

Worst personal finance author EVER.

Dennis

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Darsha18

v. nice and good points for financial improvement.

Indy

I read this book because it was so popular and selling very well in Japan.After reading this, I started thinking about financial literacy.

Dan Korth

Excellent follow up to Rich Dad, Poor Dad. This book did an very thorough job of explaining the different ways people approach making money, business and investing and the mindset of each. Kiyosaki offers some very practical suggestions of how one can advance from becoming a dependent employee-minded person to one who is capable of generating income through investing and the creation of businesses. I found the discussion of the difference between being self-employed and a business owner particularly helpful. I also appreciated the recommended reading list offered. I've already finished two of the books on the list and found them both to be similarly thought provoking and paradigm changing.

Janice

This was one of the first finance books I ever read. It changed my whole view on money and retirement. Great book!

David Tenemaza kramaley

Too much like the first one, I didn't find much new content, if any.

Onizugolf

E = Employee, S = Self Employed, B = Business Owner, I = Investor Each quadrant has their own financial perspective. Love this quote “The rich buy assets. The poor only have expenses. The middle class buys liabilities they think are assets. The poor and the middle class work for money. The rich have money work for them. - Robert T. Kiyosaki” #MyFavQuote

Quinn

Paradime shifting book for me. I read it and started to think differently about the way I make money, the way I save money and the way I invest it. A step above "Rich Dad Poor Dad" (the first one) in detail and depth of subject and you still get most of the story you get in the first book. If your going to read one of the many rich dad poor dad options out there choose this one.

Peter Finnie

Follow up to Rich Dad, Poor Dad.Another must read!

Andy Wirawan

Learn about how to set up your mind about business and employ

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