An interesting read but keep in mind that the book is based on the American economy.Each country has its own finance and tax laws so research is key. 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.I have read some negative comments about Kiyosaki s attitude towards professional and educated people, who are generally held to be the pillars of society If I had come across his books 15 years ago, when I was an idealistic Oxford graduate, I might have agreed with them However, my sister is a lawyer and my best friend is a doctor and I have to tell you that in this economic climate they STRUGGLE Kiyosaki has identified the reality of the US Government s financial policies and its implications for its citizens, and with the fast dismantling of the welfare state and the health service, the UK is rapidly going the same way To believe that that the old system is still in place or will be in place by the time we reach retirement age is wilful stupidity, unless you are lucky enough to live in Scandanavia I personally believe people who work in these honourable professions will need to supplement their income with some business, although they re probably too busy with their long hours to think about that Or you should work in those professions if it is a life calling, but don t think it will buy you financial security.Kiyosaki is 4th generation Japanese American and has a wealth of wisdom and the zeal to communicate it. 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.As a result of the information contained within, and the copious examples, I find myself understanding issues of business and wealth much better than before, and have many lessons to take away to apply in my own work and life. 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 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. Robert Kiyosaki advocates financial literacy, which explain in part why those who win the lottery may all lose it if their mentality belongs in the wrong quadrants Divided in 4 types, Robert Kiyosaki explains each category and gives his opinion on how you become financially free in each quadrant This is a follow up to RICH DAD, POOR DAD and might sound repetitive at times, but isn t it how we learn By repetition, we might pay attention to certain things we missed out first time around Essential reading for those in network marketing This book is a nice reminder of the importance of being financially literate You will certainly not become an expert in the fields of finance and investment just by reading this but at least you might realise you know even less than you thought That feeling was enough for me to commit to educate myself I really recommend this book.Tevin Gongo Wasnt a fan, alot of waffle and no where near as entertaining as rich dad poor dad the original Will still buy the rest of the books though as I really love the concept. Rich Dad s Cashflow Quadrant reveals how some people work less, earn , pay less in taxes, and learn to become financially free Have you ever asked yourself Why do some investors make money with little risk while most other investors just break even Why do most employees go from job to job while others quit their jobs and go on to build business empires What does the shift from the Industrial Age to the Information Age mean to me and my family How can I use this change to my best advantage and chart my path to financial freedom Cashflow Quadrant was written for you if you are ready to Move beyond job security and begin to find your own world of financial freedom Make significant changes in your life Take control of your financial future 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 Rich Dad s Cashflow Quadrant is a beginners book to understanding how money works This is the second book in the series after Rich Dad Poor Dad The book talks about four different methods as a source of income The author talks about the fundamental difference in the ways of the rich and the poor and on how to make the laws work in your favour Short inspirational book and worth the read The book however is very basic and not for those who require a comprehensive approach A must if you re wondering how to make money.Book Review 9 10 soothsayer Fantastic, if you want to become rich then you must read this book along with Rich dad Poor dad I have read the Rich Dad Poor Dad around a year ago and after reading it, I felt strongly what the book told in the beginning that how people are financially illiterate The books like RDPD and Cashflow Quadrant really need to be added in the academic syllabus or at least they should be premised in the early school life I am grateful to the author for explaining me that why rich people become richer and poor become poorer.