who is robert kiyosaki
Robert Kiyosaki introduction
Robert Kiyosaki is the author of the new york times best selling book, Rich Dad Poor Dad.
Kiyosaki is also the creator of the board game cash flow.
Although he is very well known for his books, games, and DVD series,
Robert's background is in real estate investing.
He has invested in hundred of commercial & residential real estate properties, in America, and around the world.
Robert Kiyosaki, the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, has this to say about his book:
Its a story of the lessons i learnt from my own father & my best friends father.
Together they taught me lessons that I still use today in business.
When I was young, my friend and I attempted to get started in business with some very crude, but inspiring methods that a 12 year old can think of.
My own father would recommended I go to college, study hard, get a safe secure job, and then i would get a good pension. He was a government employee, so this was why he recommened this path.
However my best friends father was one of Hawaii's wealthiest men, and owned many business & real estate in the state.
He challenged us at an early age to think out side the box, and explained that investing and making money, was as simple as playing the game of monopoly.
I learned that to be successful in life, it was predictable, but hard work, and creative thinking was to be an important part of this journey.
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More Robert Kiyosaki Resources
- Robert Kiyosaki's "Who Took My Money?"
When I first read Kiyosaki's books I thought about all the time I spent thinking the way I use to do. He teaches us how to invest our money, but not only so. There's something that you will reach only when...
- Robert Kiyosaki Quotes
The size of your success is measured by the strength of your desire; the size of your dream; and how you handle disappointment along the way. Mariners actually lost people in the way. It was what was called...