Book Review: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki | Gxbooks

 GXBook Review:  Rich Dad Poor Dad by  Robert Kiyosaki 

Everyone needs money; to live, to buy a brand new car, to buy other things they always wanted to. So they earn money more and more. When you have a lot of money, but do not know how to use or manage your money. Then your money will soon spend on unwanted things which you will regret later. This is why poor people become more poor and rich people become more rich. Poor people invest their money in expenses and rich people invest their money in assets. If you want to know, how to use and manage money? what are assets? what is money?  then you may need this book "The Rich Dad, Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki. In this book, you will find everything about money.

The book is the account of an individual (the storyteller and writer) who has two dads: the first was his original dad – the poor father - and the other was the dad of his best friend, Mike – the rich father. The two dads showed the creator how to make progress yet with unique methodologies. It got clear to the creator which father's method seemed well and right. All through the book, the writer thinks about the two dads – their standards, thoughts, monetary practices, and level of dynamism and how his genuine dad, poor people, and battling, however exceptionally taught man, withered against his rich father as far as resource building and business discernment. They invest such a significant amount of energy in school, finding out about the issues of the world. However, they have not obtained any meaningful exercises about cash, basically because it is never educated in school. Rich father, paradoxically, speaks to the freely well off-center of society who intentionally exploits the influence of organizations and their insight into expense and bookkeeping (or that of their budgetary consultants), which they control furthering their potential benefit.

The book's subject diminishes to two fundamental ideas: a can-do demeanor and valiant business enterprise.

The book detonates the legend that you have to gain a high salary to be productive and clarifies the distinction between working for money and having your cash work for you.

 Rich Dad, Poor Dad 

The narrative of Robert Kiyosaki and Mike began in 1956, Hawaii, when the two young men were nine years of age. Their first get-rich plan was a fake nickel making organization. They made mortar molds of the coins and softened lead toothpaste tubes and filled the images to create the coins. Their arrangement was thwarted by Mike's dad, who educated the young men regarding their criminal behavior. After that day, the young men committed their leisure time to incline about the account and financial aspects of Mike's dad, the rich father. The principal exercise Mike's father made the young men experience was the scorn of the "Futile way of life." He had the option to accomplish this by making the young men work in one of his markets for three hours for ten pennies an hour pay. Inside half a month, Kiyosaki, tired of being abused for work, requested that he get a raise, however slightly, Mike's dad cut his compensation and instructed him to work for nothing. In the long run, the two young men tired of being overlooked (and unpaid), and they met separately with Mike's dad. In their gatherings with a rich father, he was sorry for the absence of pay, and he offered them either the lesson of the exercise or a salary increase. The two young men decided to gain proficiency with the experience of the use, while the rich father offered them increases in salary. He began at a quarter, a dollar, two dollars, and even five dollars, which would have been viewed as a lot of cash for a time-based compensation, yet the young men, despite everything, stayed solid with their choice to gain proficiency with the lesson of the exercise. Out of the considerable number of activities that were educated to the young men, this one was the most significant. (Kiyosaki and Lechter 28-35)

 The Rich Don't Work for Money 
The writer advises his perusers to overlook the idea that life instructs.

This part discusses individuals who are progressively agreeable in avoiding any risks since they were not instructed right on time to face challenges. The creator likewise focuses on that open doors in life travel every which way; the rich remember them right away and transform them into gold bullions. Others don't see these open doors since they're too bustling looking for cash and security. As the creator says, well, "that is all they will get."

Why Teach Financial Literacy 

The account of Kiyosaki and Mike proceeds with some time down the road, 1990, and both of the now grown-ups have made mind-blowing long ways concerning their funds and their financial status. Mike had the option to take the exercise from his dad and apply them to his life. He assumed responsibility for his dad's large business. Mike is presently bringing up his child to assume responsibility for the organization once resigns. Concerning Kiyosaki, he had the option to leave at 47 years old with his significant other Kim. A quarter-century later, a report expressed that a vastly more substantial part of those amazingly well off individuals that met in Chicago either wound up in prison, dead or poverty-stricken.

With regards to convictions about cash purchasing opportunity and the capacity to appreciate retirement unafraid of outlasting one's cash, this section gets the pith of the creator's support for money related freedom.

Mind Your Own Business 

Right now, the creator gradually presents the idea of land contributing and utilizes McDonald's, for instance. He calls attention to that McDonald's may not make the best burgers on the planet, yet claims the "most significant crossing points and lanes in America." The creator comments that people need to stay out of other people's affairs on the off chance that they wish to turn out to be monetarily independent. They wouldn't fret their boss' the same old thing; they ought to make progress toward approaches to turn into their chief and support their private organizations.

This part likewise uncovers the creator's venture inclinations: land and stocks. For area, he says he begins little, and exchanges his properties for greater ones and afterward postpones paying charges on capital increases through one IRS instrument.

The History of Rates and the Law of Corporations 

The creator expresses that the poor let the massive hardware (partnerships) control them while the precious ability to utilize vast apparatus. This implies the rich have the information and savoir-faire to use the influence of the enterprise to secure and upgrade their benefits. He makes this point unmistakably: people win cash, pay imposes on that cash, and live with what's left. The enterprise, then again, acquires money, spends all that it can, and is saddled to whatever's left side. The creator includes that people may not know about the amount they're being controlled; they work from January to mid-May to enhance the administration by paying expenses on their pay. Meanwhile, the rich are barely saddled.

The Rich Invent Money 

The creator builds up the idea of self-question. He comments that it's not the informed shrewd individuals who excel; however, the striking and courageous. Individuals never excel monetarily regardless of whether they have a lot of cash since they have openings that they neglect to tap, he pushes.

The creator urges individuals to procure individuals more intelligent than they because by exploiting the information on others, an astute individual form his insight base and, in this way, has more control over the individuals who don't have a clue.

Work to Learn, Don't Work for Money 

The peruser is given a case of a young lady who had a Master's Degree in English Literature and who was irritated when it was proposed that she figure out how to sell and do coordinate showcasing. After all the difficult work for her degree, she didn't figure she would need to stoop so low to figure out how to be a sales rep, a calling she didn't have a favorable opinion of. The creator utilizes this guide to underscore that there are different aptitudes individuals need to develop to help them out and about towards budgetary opportunity.

The creator points out one exceptional characteristic of incredibly wealthy families: they part with cash – a lot of it – not at all like the poor who feel that foundation starts comfortably.

Overcoming Obstacles 

The assessment of the creator is that five character qualities hamper individuals: dread, criticism, sluggishness, unfortunate propensities, presumption. He clarifies that while it's not unexpected to have dreaded, what makes a difference is how one handles it. The creator shares his assumption about his specific affection for Texas and Texans: "When they win, they win enormous, and when they lose, it's fantastic."

Getting Started 

This part fills in as an area on tips to make and manufacture individual riches. His first tip is, discover an explanation more prominent than reality to propel you. What he implies by this is to awaken the money related virtuoso in oneself by engaging the psyche. He says that individuals must have a stable/reason for living.

The following tip is to take care of the brain. By taking care of the psyche, the creator fights that individuals get the intensity of decision.

Here is another tip that the creator watches the vast majority don't rehearse: pay yourself first. Regardless of whether shy of money, individuals must compensation themselves first. This goes coupled with overseeing three things effectively: income, individuals, and a particular time.

Another tip the creator gives is being liberal. He thinks it bodes well to pay one's representative well as he's a partner, and "your eyes and ears to the market."

 Still, Want More? Here are Some To Do's 

This part is kind of an enhancement to the preceding section. It gives perusers extra tips to assist them with going after money related prizes. One suggestion is to quit doing what you're doing – that is, if it's never again working or suitable. The writer urges perusers to search for new thoughts, to pick the minds of people who have the experience, and who have just done what one tries to do. He exhorts on keeping the expectation to learn and adapt alive, taking courses, purchasing tapes, going to classes.

In searching for land speculation openings, the creator prescribes glancing in the correct spots. One method for doing this is to run around the local one is keen on. Individuals can obtain land regardless of whether they don't have adequate assets for the upfront installment. With a touch of keenness, the creator says individuals can even bring in cash with no capital.


Not every person appears to be satisfied with the somewhat dull way Robert Kiyosaki clarifies these lucrative standards in his book, and I, in part, concur. In any case, there is a lot of information to be picked up on the off chance that you can look past that layer. On the off chance that you found these exercises helpful, it would be ideal if you share this article with individuals that you care about because I accept that applying these standards reliably can prompt colossal outcomes!

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