Rich Dad, Poor Dad is a book written by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter and had sold over 32 million copies. It is also New York Times bestseller book for six years. Here are the 20 things to learn from Rich dad, Poor dad.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad book is basically on financial literacy, financial freedom and money management. It also teaches us investing in assets and creating wealth. As a financial adviser, I loved to read this book. And I also want you to learn and get financial literacy.
20 Things To Learn From Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Here… I have written some important thoughts of the author. It’s all about how rich people think.
- The poor and the middle-class work for money. The rich have money work for them.
- True learning takes energy, passion and a burning desire.
- It’s not about how much money you make. It’s about how much money you keep.
An intelligent person hires people who are more intelligent than him.
- If you want to be rich, simply spend your life buying assets.
- People work harder but don’t get ahead. What is missing from their education is not how to make money, but how to manage money.
- As income go up, expenses go up as well.
- Schools are designed for good employees instead of employers.
- The investment is not risky for literate people.
- Life is sometimes tough, when you do not fit the standard profile.
Rich people buy luxuries last, while the poor and middle class tend to buy luxuries first!
- If you work for money, you give the power to your employer; If money works for you, you keep the power and control it.
- Great opportunities are not seen with your eyes. They are seen with your mind.
- If you hate risk and worry, start early.
- Winning means being unafraid to lose.
Be careful what you learn, because your mind is so powerful that you become what you put in your head.
- The easy road often becomes hard and the hard road often becomes easy.
- It is true that your world is only a mirror of you.
- If you start young, it’s easier to be rich.
- Action always beats inaction.
Share Your Thoughts
These are my personal favourite quotes that I have written in my notebook while reading. Share your favourite quote on the comment section.
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2 Comments on “Things To Learn From The Book : ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’”
Very nice information