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In the past years, personal finance advocate Robert Kiyosaki has been giving away free copies of his books. It may be his way of creating more. Editorial Reviews. From Library Journal. In this fifth addition to his highly successful "Rich Dad" $ Read with Our Free App; Audiobook. $ Free with. The Rich Dad Company has made Retire Young Retire Rich available for free eBook download beginning today. Download Retire Young.

That means you keep more of your income-not the government. It offers no guarantees, just as Robert Kiyosaki's rich dad offered him no guarantees, only guidance. But if you're interested in the inside look at an entrepreneur's financial plan to be rich, this is the book for you.

Do you want your children to have a financial head start in life? Are you willing to take an active role to make that happen? At school, your children learn many valuable concepts, yet they are rarely taught anything about finances. Imagine if you had been taught about money and, more specifically, about what the rich know about money - that the way to wealth is through cash flowing assets.

For a kid, these financial lessons, and others, are vital to their future financial well-being. But more than that, it gives your child the right context in which to view money from a very early age, and places them on the right financial footing for a secure future. Why do the rich get richer even in a financial crisis? In his new book the bestselling author of " Rich Dad Poor Dad " confirms his message and challenges readers to change their context and act in a new way.

In this timely new book, Robert Kiyosaki takes a new and hard-hitting look at the factors that impact people from all walks of life as they struggle to cope with change and challenges that impact their financial world. In " An Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education ", Robert underscores his messages and challenges readers to change their context and act in a new way. Readers are advised to stop blindly accepting that they are "disadvantaged" people with limited options and challenge the preconception that they will struggle financially all of their lives.

Robert's fresh approach to his time-tested messages includes clear, actionable steps that any individual or family can take, starting with education. Education becomes applied knowledge, a powerful tactic with measurable results. In true "Rich Dad" style, readers will be challenged to understand two points of view, and experience how financial knowledge is their unfair advantage.

The little-known truth is that only one group can bring our world back to prosperity: For women who have a vision for what they want in life and are willing to do what it takes to turn that vision into a reality. Kim's own unique style has won over friends and fans all over the world. In her new book, she explains what it really takes to go from wherever you are financially today to where you want to be.

Kim will share candid stories from women and men who have been through the good, the bad, and the ridiculous—and the lessons they learned. Why a new book from Kim in these unsettling economic times?

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Are your financial plans on the fast track or the slow track? If you are like most, retiring early sounds great; more time to do what really interests you. To get on the fast track, you need to leverage your mind, your plan and your actions.

In "Retire Young Retire Rich" , Kiyosaki details how he and his wife Kim achieved financial freedom in less than ten years. More importantly, he shows how a context shift in your mind allows you to create a plan that formulates the actions necessary for your financial freedom.

The 8 New Rules of Money" - a free online book which was written in serial basis to help people understand how the current recession came about, and what they need to learn on how to survive through the coming rough years. For years, Robert Kiyosaki has firmly believed that the best investment one can ever make is in taking the time to truly understand how one's finances work.

Too many people are much more interested in the quick-hitting scheme, or trying to find a short-cut to real wealth. Don't park all your money in savings and mutual funds. Don't "download, hold, and pray"; use the velocity of money to keep it moving and working for you.

Create or acquire assets tax-efficiently. Decrease the risk of investing in paper assets with stops, calls, puts, and shorts.

You'll make money whether the market goes up, down, or sideways. Don't keep all your money in paper assets. Even a diversified portfolio of paper assets isn't diversified enough. Portfolio paper assets business es real estate View all 10 comments.

Oct 15, elene monroe rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

View 1 comment. I am embarrassed that I fell for this scam of a book. As an avid reader, I forgot my own rule of downloading a book before falling for this POS: Then read the positive reviews After this if I am still inclined to reading it, I download the book. Now onto the book. It is full of pages of repeated empty words. Empty words repeated times are I am embarrassed that I fell for this scam of a book.

Empty words repeated times are still as void a blackhole. The latter at least has value in science. So why did I fall for it? I have an "excuse". An entrepreneur by the name of Mitchell Harper is someone whose articles about startups I enjoy reading and take heed of. He listed this book in his book list: Harper's main argument for the book basically comes down to one word, leverage. Read his other posts and you'll realize he is fond of leverage.

Who isn't. But the book does NOT tell you anything applicable about how to use leverage. Kiyosaki throws 21 chapters of baloney at you that delude you into believing you can apply it. Let me also bring to your attention to the fact that there are a lot of controversies surrounding Robert Kiyosaki. Google his name and his books. Let's just say that if you avoid MLM, you would avoid this guy and his books.

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Lastly, you don't have to believe me. But if you waste time reading or even downloading it and then realize it was a big mistake, you have no one else to blame but yourself.

I made a mistake that is my own.

Don't follow me. First let me start off by saying what I like about the Rich Dad series of books: I like that this book has been as popular as it has been. I think it has inspired a lot of people to learn about personal finance and how to build wealth.

This is a very good thing. I would caution people, because a lot of the advice given in these books can be dangerous. The problem is these books don't actually give any solid advice on anything covered in these books. These authors sound repetitive and vague in each First let me start off by saying what I like about the Rich Dad series of books: These authors sound repetitive and vague in each and every book.

They repeat short one liners about how to build wealth, mention that anyone who wants to get serious talk to a finance adviser, and vaguely talk about how the authors got rich. If you are just starting out on reading personal finance and investing book and need an easy read, this may be for you. If you have already gone through a few books and want real information, I would skip these books over. I think this is the fourth book in the Rich Dad's series. This book is about leverage and the second book, Cash flow Quadrant, is about cash flow aspect, while his third book is about investing.

This book is about the ultimate investor tool which is leverage. I learned about the importance of the leverage of one's words. What one says might become true. The book contains a lot of useful information related to way of thinking that you need to follow if you want to retire young and rich.

I was very excited and I read the book just for few days. Aug 06, Adrian Stratulat rated it it was amazing. The books from the Rich Dad series are something that everyone should read. Some said that Kiyosaki is too metaphorical in his financial advice, and you don't actually learn anything. That is because those people were not prepared to understand the message which was sent: The most important asset in determining one's financial future it's one's mentality.

Our subjective reality is what separates success from failure. Everything else, from what to invest in, or how to develop financial IQ, are just The books from the Rich Dad series are something that everyone should read.

Everything else, from what to invest in, or how to develop financial IQ, are just technical steps. And when you can understand this, maybe you can follow on Kiyosaki's footsteps.

After all, he is not just a guy that writes about success. Maybe he can teach you a thing or two, eh? Dec 25, Erik Dols rated it did not like it. How on earth did this get over four stars? This is terrible, a scam, says nothing of use and is a horrible, horrible way of getting money from gullible people. I bought it while waiting on an airport and had little hopes to start with but it was way worse than I expected.

I hope the writer gets an uncomfortable itch the rest of his life. Apr 02, Tony Jr. Overly long pages and repetitious at times but definitely one of my favorite books in the RichDad series. This book gets down to the nitty gritty of what it really takes to retire early and retire financially free or rich if you would like.

Its 21 chapters are broken down into 4 major sections: The Leverage of your Mind This section covers the unique shifts in mindset you need to retire early 2. The Leverage of your Plan This section covers the importance of having a sound plan and tips Overly long pages and repetitious at times but definitely one of my favorite books in the RichDad series.

The Leverage of your Plan This section covers the importance of having a sound plan and tips on creating one 3. The Leverage of your Actions This section covers the actions you must take to retire early 4. The Leverage of your first step This section is a summary of the book along with practical tips on getting started I took tons of notes and had many ah hah moments throughout the book but my favorite chapter came from Section 2 Chapter 13 The Leverage of Generosity.

In this chapter Robert explains with great clarity why the rich are more generous than the poor you must read it to truly understand the context of this statement and how the key to great wealth is simply being more generous. I truly appreciated this chapter as it is definitely a game changer for me. This is another classic work added to the RichDad series I highly recommend it.

Tony Rogers Jr Author of Visionary: Making a difference in a world that needs YOU Jan 21, Jaclyn rated it really liked it Shelves: What an inspiring book! There is so much good information in this book that if used carefully, could make a huge difference in people's lives. I sure intend to let it make a difference in mine! What I learned most from this book: Once you get started, the next steps will begin to feel less intimidating and flow more naturally.

I had to read this book twice. A lot of people may not like this book because it's not a "how-to. This book encourages you to tap into your God-given ability. The underlying message in this book is simply this: If we would focus on our God-given assignments and not compete, you will actually be rich physical or spiritual. Apr 03, Fajarmt11 rated it really liked it. May 03, Malin Friess rated it liked it. I was skeptical from the start about reading a book entitled "Retire Young, Retire Rich" with a glossy picture of author Kiyosaki dressed in Steve Jobs black and then again pictured on the back of the book enjoying the rich life entitled..

Regardless, Kiyosaki has a few excellent overarching principles that I agree with. Make your money I was skeptical from the start about reading a book entitled "Retire Young, Retire Rich" with a glossy picture of author Kiyosaki dressed in Steve Jobs black and then again pictured on the back of the book enjoying the rich life entitled..

Make your money work for you and not you for your money. Your time and skills are limited by the hours of the day. Their fees may erase your margin of earnings. Their are numerous tax advantages. If you download rental properties.. Kiyosaki is not a fan of download and flip. He feels a good real estate investment should be able to make income on day one with rent.

Kiyosaki does not claim downloading real estate is easy. He has a rule. Look at properties online, visit 3 in person.

Then pick 1. There's much in which I disagree with Kiyosaki. With the tax advantages, and match.. He would advise an investor to borrow and download real estate. This book was written in before the Real Estate bubble of While this is wise in having a different stream of income.. I think Kiyosaki may underestimate the time, and mental emotional stress this may cause. Is this beyond the ability and time available for the average investor? And don't most studies show that active investing profits are erased by the cost of the trades, taxes,a and losses?

Kiyosaki is not a fan of index mutual funds, download and hold, and dollar cost averaging.. I don't doubt that Kiyosaki is rich. But what portion of his money did he make based upon his investment principals vs. I don't begrudge him for be a successful author, but it seems authors like this are never completely transparent about how they have accumulated their wealth. Maybe I should look into a rental property even though it might mean I have to go there every week to mow the lawn.

Nov 17, Shannon rated it liked it. Simply because we've got someone who can walk the talk, telling us that most of the resistance we experience in making money is our own limitations. It didn't make sense when I was working a day job. Sounded like a bunch of huey, really, but, once I started down the entrepreneurial path, that all changed.

I'm in total agreement. Most of the limitations Americans experience with wealth is all in their heads. That said, for those willing to take a deep look in themselves and who are willing to grow, this is one of the best books on the matter. Highlights included: How many times do we take advice from next door neighbors about stocks when they know nothing, or, almost nothing?

What does this have to do with mental limitations. The people we associate with or want to believe can hold us back if their advice isn't accurate. I wouldn't take advice from journalists on TV, who make less than k yet give advice on the stock market daily, would you?

Well, lots of people do listen to them.

How many things do we feel are not true yet are? Wasn't their a time when we believed man could not fly and now we can fly? Why do we rely on the govt to take care of us? Why do we choose to not have a long term plan? How does it not serve us? Most people give up when they're really close.

Highly advised reading. I think RK sometimes makes things sound easy. While some of the concepts are simple, nothing is easy.

I did pre-foreclosures for a couple of years and that was tough work. I made enough money to sit back and reflect and now I'm doing something I want to do: I don't plan to return to real estate but I do appreciate the many financial lessons. Jan 26, Olegas rated it it was ok.

Viena is tu knygu, kur autorius dalinasi savo gyvenimo ismintimi: Is tikruju, sitos knygos visai nerekomenduociau - jeigu ketini ja skaityti, kaip iprastai, dali po dalies. Kokia nauda galima gauti is jos - greitai prabegti per visa knyga, ir surinkti idomias mintis ir "pripumpuoti" savo nora gyventi geriau, t Viena is tu knygu, kur autorius dalinasi savo gyvenimo ismintimi: Kokia nauda galima gauti is jos - greitai prabegti per visa knyga, ir surinkti idomias mintis ir "pripumpuoti" savo nora gyventi geriau, turtingiau ir turiningiau.

Pirma knyga, kuri rimtai priverte mane susimastyti apie savo versla. View all 5 comments. Feb 02, Manohar rated it it was amazing. Very good book on pointing out the right direction in getting the financial education you need. This book is filled with lot's of useful tips and it's organized in a very good way. Don't confuse this for a check-list or an instruction guide to your desires. Here you'll find the right references and the right direction, but it's up to you to learn a lot more before becoming succesful.

Dec 01, Usiere Uko rated it it was amazing. Very inspirational. Shows that one can get what one really wants. Excellent read. Aug 19, David Rosage rated it it was amazing. One of the best books I have read in a log time. Has pushed me over the edge to start investing in passive cash flow opportunities like real estate and franchised businesses. Took my time to really understand what he was saying. Great stuff. Sep 21, gina al ilmi rated it it was amazing. Like many of the other Rich Dad books, this is more about expanding your mind and giving you another way to view wealth building.

I like how he categorizes ideas and puts them into perspective. This book address retiring young and rich, drawing heavily on Kiyosaki's, and his wife, Kim, story like before.

How to Get Rich Quickly and Stay Rich Forever!

Less redundancy than some of his other books, but he makes up for it with filler. Notes "Cash flow is the most important word in the world of money. The second most important word is leverage. It is your self-doubt and laziness that keep you small. It is your self-doubt and laziness that deny you the life you want p. The reason most people do not do what they can do is because they do not have a strong enough why p.

Response to people who say "Money does not make you happy" is: The people who utilize the more leveraged financial tools get ahead financial. People who use obsolete, out-of-date, or inadequate tools of financial leverage put their financial security and their financial future a risk.

While mutual funds are by no means obsolete, they are not the leveraged financial tools of choice of the more educated investor p. It was only people like Henry Ford began building mega-business that more and more people became employees. When it comes to retirement planning, most people have a loser's strategy because it is a strategy that does not allow any room for error p.

Many losers bet only on sure things like job security, a steady paycheck, a guaranteed pension, and interest from a bank account. Most people will never fly financially simply because they choose to avoid failing p. You can change your realities by reading biographies of people who live the life you want p. Most people who do not become financially strong with being cheap, being frugal, not spending money, and living below their means p.

Wanting more money for doing the same amount of work can be greedy. More apartments means lower rents; it is the basic economic principle of supply and demand. A big business owner will do his or her best to build a system to serve as many people as possible p.

The tax break keeps investors such as Kim and me provide an abundant supply of rental homes and thus keeps down the cost o housing. These tax incentives also keep the real estate industry vibrant, and help the nation's economy stay strong, since real estate makes up a large sector of the U.

If the real estate industry hurts, so does the country. The most expensive advice you can receive is free advice. It is advice from your friends and relatives who are not rich and have no plans on becoming rich p. If after you retire and you find that Social Security is not enough for you to live on, and you go to work for earned income, the government will begin reducing Social Security payments.

In other words, the only way to receive a full payment is to choose to be poor, in most cases" p. By simply starting a small home-based business, downloading a franchise, or joining a network marketing company, you are moving into more tax-advantaged income p.

The S quadrant has a few more advantages over the E quadrant, the main one being the ability to deduct some expenses from your gross income, prior to being taxed p. The sooner you learn to acquire passive and portfolio income, the sooner you are on your way to retiring young and retiring rich p. The fastest way to become rich is to be able to change your realities faster p. If you want to be rich, you need to fist expand your reality [context] in order to hold on to your share of that abundance" p.

Section II: The Leverage of your Plan A professional investor always has an exit strategy before they invest p. Always start at the end before you begin. Before you investing, you need to first to know how, when, where, and with how much you want to exit p. If you want to see how the world will be in ten years, just watch a 15 boy or girl p. Observe the world from their eyes and you will see the future.

Many people do not realize their financial goals because they use such words as someday, maybe, or in the future. Your future is created by what you do today, not tomorrow p. Once it appears, we took our shots and then the window closed.

Will it be poor, middle-class, affluent, rich, or ultra-rich? Dreamers dream dreams and rich people create a plan to the future p. If you want healthy teeth in the future, brush your teeth today. A person who has just had his or her context expanded often cannot say specifically what he or she got p. The goal of calculating your wealth ratio was to have your passive and portfolio income equal or exceed your total expenses.

Close the book on how you read one.

Once your passive and portfolio income exceed your expenses, the ratio would be 1 or higher and you would be out the rat race p.The book's main point is I thought Kiyosaki had some good ideas in Rich Dad Poor Dad , so when this book's title caught my eye, I thought it'd be worth a read. The fastest way to become rich is to be able to change your realities faster p. More filters.

But downloading Real Estate comes with its own set of risk so you are supposed to evaluate your property properly, if caution is not taken an opportunity woukd soon turn into a disaster and a big debt. The Intelligent Investor, Rev. Empty words repeated times are still as void a blackhole. In short, this book's a swell little starting point, a pep-talk, for someone like me, who's anxious to dive into learning about personal finance management from an active asset-management standpoint.

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