The Cashflow Quadrant: The Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom Paperback – 1 May 1999
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Concept, not education. Repetitive. Contradictory.1 November 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
This book gets your mind on the right track, but doesn't teach you. Many that buy his books believe they will be taught how to do things. This isnt real education, as he doesnt tell you how to do anything. He just gives concepts like "Find ways to provide income for yourself so that you dont have to work." DUH, that's why we have the book. What he really wants is for you to keep buying his books and getting vague concepts, buy his game, and pay for his school. He mentions at the end of this book his specialty is marketing... consider that. Also, you'll realize a lot of the book is him repeating himself b/c he is trying to fill a book, similar to a high school essay that needs to reach a certain amount of pages. Lastly, early in the book he shames people for using financial advisors saying advisors don't know what they're talking about... then in the last chapters he admits he has advisors in every category and they play a huge part in his cash flow and business decisions. (eye roll)
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Don't skip the first step!8 October 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Loved this book. I think many people who read Robert's books are looking for a "how-to" guide to getting rich or acquiring more money, yet they skip the first and most important step - becoming the kind of person who deserves wealth. Because honestly, if you haven't accomplished that first and most vital step, while you may still acquire wealth, it will never stay with you or bring you real happiness. This book goes into more detail on the kind of person you need to become and the personal changes you need to undertake before you can ever hope to become truly wealthy and successful. I would suggest reading this book slowly and taking every word of it very seriously, using a lot of critical thinking, analysis, and not overlooking the subtleties within the text that give you valuable insight into the thought process a very wealthy, successful and well-known man. I have always admired Robert because he actually takes the time and effort to try and educate other people on how to become more successful and wealthy in many ways, whereas many who achieve wealth may become recluse or self-serving. You are always lucky to have someone who has been there, done that and is willing to share their experiences, helping to smooth out our path towards similar goals. Overall, I would highly recommend this book to my friends, my family, and you.
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A great complement to Rich Dad Poor Dad21 January 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great go-to-book after Rich Dad, Poor Dad. He really breaks it down and shows you the difference between the left side of the quadrant and the right side and how important and financially solid the right side can really be for you and your family. I"m working on moving from the S (self employed) quadrant to the B (business) and move to I (investing). Passive income is the way to go folks, your jobs are no longer secure as they once were; you can get sacked unexpectedly, the best thing in your corner if that happens if having multiple cashflow properties that offset life situations like that. Recommend!
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Another quality lesson on financial intelligence3 April 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Robert continues what we're taught in Rich Dad Poor Dad, but in more depth. RD's CASH FLOW Quadrant takes you through the different mindsets between employees, self-employed, business owners, and investors (aka the 4 quadrants). All 4 mindsets are needed in society, but the ones that know how all 4 quadrants work and take action to be a B or I, are the ones that gain financial freedom. Great book.
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Very repetitive and basic knowledge30 May 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
This was an awful book to read. Very repetitive and basic knowledge. Would not recommend.
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