Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant reveals how some people work less, earn more, pay less in taxes, and learn to become financially free. Have you ever asked yourself:
Cashflow Quadrant was written for you if you are ready to…
"The main reason people struggle financially is because they have spent years in school but learned nothing about money. The result is that people learn to work for money… but never learn to have money work for them." (Robert Kiyosaki)
©2011 Robert T. Kiyosaki (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Internet entrepreneur from the Netherlands.
The rich have a totally different set of rules and (fiscal/financial) laws that they live by. And it is not discriminating. Every person can choose to life on the E (employee) and S (self employed) side of live where they are taxed heavily and always struggle to stay on top or on the B (business owner) and I (investor) side of life, where true freedom is possible.
This book is read in such a way that it's almost as if you can hear Robert Kiyosaki read it himself. Which is great of course. Great combination of great writing (in speaking-style) and performance of narrating it for us.
Very easy and pleasant to listen to and it changes your persective on society and really makes you think and want to start changing stuff.
I recommend you play the online version of Cashflow 101, the online game, after listening to this book.
This had more detail, and I found it to be more motivating than RD/PD.
It's time to evaluate whether I intend to stay in the E (Employee) quadrant, or move to the B (Business Owner) or I (Investor) quadrants.
The entire book can be summed up with: study investing and businesses because that's what the Rich do.
He literally repeats that with 100 stories throughout the book. Over, and over, and over again. He gives NO advice, just says that you should learn about investing and business financial statements.
Such a rip off.
Absolutely. I need to keep referring the principles Mr. Kiyosaki has explained and it would certainly be worth listening several times especially during challenging times.
It really made it clear with examples and facts that good grades in schools/ universities doesn't really matter in financial success of a person. Being educated about Finance/ Investing/ Business really matters the most.
The entire Audiobook performance by Tim Wheeler has been very good.
Gaining Financial literacy, associating with Right people, asking for Mentoring and ofcourse, transitioning from the E quadrant to the I quadrant.
Its a must listen for everyone who aspire to be a successful entrepreneur. Fantastic work by Mr. Robert T. Kiyosaki.
Robert Kiyosaki offers insightful stories from his road to "financial freedom." The book teeters on the repetitive side particularly during the early chapters, and some of his advice might be questionable. There were also unnecessary injections of political opinions. Though during the last couple of chapters Kiyoaki really provides a wealth of useful information.
Good book to Listen. Few points are worth learning. Authors push to get financial literate is the main take away from the book
Become Financial Literature. Investment is not risky if you know the numbers.
I am a fan of Rich Dad Poor Dad message.
This is a great follow up to the original.
I enjoyed the overall performance of all.
Money coming in is an asset.
Very good listen.
Yes, I will listen to it again as there are so many valuable lessons throughout the book.
It looks at the world of money not as the way it should be, but as it is. It then gives lessons on how to prosper based on the cash flow quandrant, and why it is imperative to move into the business owner and/or investor quadrant as quickly as possible.
Robert talks about his rich dad and his poor dad a lot. You feel bad for his poor dad because he worked hard and was highly educated but never really got ahead. We've all known people like this in life so it's easy to relate to.
I can say in all honesty this book is more valuable than any book I read in college. I'm not happy or proud to say that, especially considering the money I spent on college. I majored in business and took numerous finance, economics, and accounting classes. None of them however really taught me the realities of money in the real world, but rather trained me to be in the E or S quadrant. I'm very grateful for this book and I will be listening to it again as soon as I can.
I've listened to Rich Dad's Cashflow Quadrant two times and considering a third. The principles discussed have been life changing for me. I have been able to see myself in this book and understand why I have made certain financial decisions in life. I now understand who I have to become to get to the quadrant and lifestyle I desire.
The explanation of who people are at their core and how that manifests itself in the quadrants in which they operate.
Great speaking pace. Great voice inflection. Great feeling.
Specifically, I've learned to 1) build systems, 2) pursue financial education and 3) get a mentor.
A great read. Simply life-changing.
The book is another inspirational and eye-opening book from Robert.
The audio system as a whole was great. I like listening slow sometimes and fast sometimes. The audio remained audible.
I have read a lot of Robert Kiyosaki books and I am highly impressed and learnt from them. This book, Cashflow Quadrant, is no exception. I first read the cashflow quadrant book, and then i bought the audiobook and listened to it.. I found it a lot easier to just listen to this audiobook on my laptop, Smartphone and other devices. I listen to this audiobook very frequently and it keeps me going in my desire to become my own success. This audiobook is very motivational. There is nothing better than been able to listen to this type of message in a relaxed mood from your Smartphone or laptop. Thank you Mr Kiyosaki.
I don't normally listen or read this type of book but it pulled me in - listening to it really kicks starts my thinking
I have never read a book like this
An easy to listen to voice
Not a get rich quick a get rich smarter
The book is clearly written for an American audience, with lots of references to US tax law.
No but personally I would avoid other books by the same author. There is just far too much repetition, little in the way of content and annoyingly constant references to buying the author's 'cashflow' game!
The narrator is easy enough to listen to... it's just the content that might send you to sleep at times.
Rich Dad - far too pleased with himself!
I haven't read the original but thought I would give this one a try. There are occasional interesting passages but mostly it feels like the author is trying to spin out a limited amount of information over a whole book.
"Interesting, but not much information added"
If you have read "Rich dad, poor dad", you will find a lot of repetitions here. There is not much information added, and it was a bit disappointing to re-listen (or re-read) the same concepts and examples. However, it you are just starting on this path it is useful to repeat and consolidate ideas that could be totally new for you. Download it just in the last case.
The narrator is very good. Clear pronunciation and good pace.
I hadn't read Rich Dad Poor Dad but listening to this one I wonder is was there anything I didn't get on this one. It's a great book and also very practical.
"Everyone should read this book!"
The Rich Dad Poor Dad series of books is a must for anyone seeking financial freedom. I wish I'd read it when I was just starting my working career, things could have been very different if I had! I've bough the RDPD for Teens book for both my sons in the hope that they will learn about money, particularly how to not spend your life working for money but to make your money work for you. Robert Kiyosaki makes it all seem so simple & obvious, he has changed the way I think about work and money.
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