Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant: Guide to Financial Freedom

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 360 pages
  • Publisher: Plata Publishing (1 Sept. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1612680062
  • ISBN-13: 978-1612680064
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.9 x 16.9 cm

Customer Reviews

Essential reading for money and life

 on 11 October 2017
By taffy ledesma
The concept of the Cashflow Quadrant and the emotions, behaviours, AND values of people in each quadrant is the biggest lesson here. It is good to have this information at a very young age so you can guide your decisions with the wisdom of this book. I recommend this to everyone but i think this will be extremely useful for anyone coming out of college so they can choose a career path and a lifestyle with eyes wide open.

It’s Really Good

 on 21 February 2018
By Sawyerrs' House
It’s a great little pocket book for anyone. I know it says for Teens, but it will be a starting point for anyone who hasn’t got a clue. Personally, I loved it. Being a Money Literacy Educator for Kids, I gave the book to my 14-year old daughter to read and asked for a quick review from her. In her words, “mummy, it’s really good, but it would be better if there were more money stories of adults and children”. I asked her why so? In her words, “it will show how easy it is to do these things”. My daughter does not represent every teenager, but her suggestion is worth noting.

Poor Dad" book

 on 30 October 2016
By Keith Farrell
I found this book to be very helpful in explaining many of the concepts touched upon in the initial “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” book. Although there is significant repetition throughout this book, and repetition of material discussed in the previous book in the series, the repetition is clearly deliberate in order to hammer home key points. Personally, I found the repetition to be helpful, for exactly this reason.

Great Book

 on 10 February 2018
By PrinceSho
So I finally arrived at the cash flow quadrant. Thank you Mr Kiyosaki for imparting you knowledge, Wisdom and understanding of the financial world. One of the questions I’ve been asking – why do the Rich gets richer? Has been thoroughly answered in more ways than one and I have acquired useful tools, Wisdom and knowledge that will help me to modify my actions. I’m already en route to the B and I quadrant and this book has been an excellent guide and mentor. Thank you again and God bless you sir.

A goad as much as a guide. Small print to follow on website.

 on 28 October 2012
By Flyingbird
The Rich Dad Poor Dad franchise is the work of a smart man. The purpose of the books is to explain the psychology behind financial literacy, which is profound. Like with any self-help book, you need to develop an understanding of yourself and what is running you (which quadrant you are operating out of and why, in Rich Dad terms) before you can change. People complain that the books are repetitive but really you will keep reading the books until you understand the concepts. Once you have done that you can move on to the website, which is packed with practical information about investment and business strategy. Kiyosaki also refers to several other books on economics and there is a reading list in the back. He espouses elsewhere the deeply spiritual belief that money is an illusion that we need to understand, and that the only thing that really differentiates the rich from the poor is their understanding of the financial and tax system and their drive to make it work for them.

Totally worth it especially if you have read rich dad poor dad.

 on 12 November 2014
By Chez
I read rich dad poor dad and was skeptical about purchasing this one in case there was repetition. This book is so much more in depth than rich dad poor dad. It has opened my eyes even wider. I completely recommend this book to anyone who is serious about changing their life and getting out of that job.

good book to read

 on 12 May 2014
By Pasquale Ricciardi
I finally finished to read this book

The book gives not only investment planning it applies to different aspects of life and pre planning for generations to come

 on 5 September 2017
By Charlene
Im enjoying listening via Audible,

An interesting read but keep in mind that the book …

 on 3 February 2018
By My Books
An interesting read but keep in mind that the book is based on the American economy.

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