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Rich Dad Poor Dad Robert Kiyosaki Sharon L. Lecter – Review.

Rich Dad Poor Dad Robert Kiyosaki Sharon L. Lecter Review.

A guide to action or solid abstractions? My opinion on this bestseller + the most interesting and useful excerpts from the book!

Hello everyone!

I am sure that if you are even a little interested in business topics, then you have definitely heard about the books by Robert Kiyosaki! In this review, I want to share with you my opinion on perhaps his most famous book – “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”.


Robert Toru Kiyosaki is an American entrepreneur, investor, writer, and motivational speaker. Author of a number of books on investing. Financial columnist at Yahoo Finance. Founder of the Rich Dad Company, a private education company offering personal finance and business education.

Training is conducted through books, webinars, video blogs, audio podcasts, board and online games, seminars, personal blog, coaching and workshops. He is also the creator of the Cashflow game and online games to educate adults and children about financial and business concepts..


The appearance of this book is recognizable, it is immediately visible in the store on the shelf. The cover is designed in black and purple shades. In my case, a paperback book, in the upper part we see the title of the book, and below – the portrait of the author.


The paper is quite thick, and overall the quality is very good. When gluing / unsticking bookmarks, text is not printed on them.


▶ At the beginning of the book, the author talks about his childhood, as well as who is RICH dad and who is POOR. I will not spoil you, read it yourself.

And then I liked the thoughts about how a person’s thoughts affect his life. Here Robert Kiyosaki cites an example of a comparison of the life attitudes of people who have diametrically opposed views on life (rich and poor dad).

▶ About the realities of our life, or rather, about the mentality of “beneficiaries”. In my opinion, this is more relevant than ever. I immediately drew attention to the fact that many hope for the state and expect magical benefits that actually make a person only weaker.

▶ Is it easier to change yourself or change others? The answer is obvious, but few people think about it..

▶ About assets and liabilities. In general, it is clear and accessible, everyone will understand.

▶ Illustrative cash flow diagrams for middle class and wealthy people.

▶ Types of assets. What you should definitely pay attention to!

▶ About financial IQ and areas of knowledge that need to be mastered to develop it.

▶ Loved this quote!

▶ About the choice between stability and education.

▶ About fears and obstacles. I really liked this chapter, because it is impossible to achieve the goal without continuing the obstacles..

▶ Difference between labor, passive and portfolio income. Again, everything is written down clearly and to the point.!


The book is easy to read, written in simple language, good translation.

The book will allow you to expand your knowledge in the field of finance and investment, if you were not previously interested in this topic and do not understand anything about it.

In any case, the book will make you think about the difference in thinking between rich and poor people and push you to make changes in your life..


This book is very popular now and can be found in any bookstore. I bought in “Read-gorod”.

Bestseller “Rich Dad Poor Dad” recommend reading!

However, for myself, I cannot put 5 points in any way due to a number of reasons:

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