What have you learned from Rich Dad Poor Dad?

December 1, 2008 8:57pm CST
I would like to know the greatest lesson you have learned from Rich Dad Poor Dad. Mine is about the concept of leverage. Whether it be time, money or resources. I have learned that the highest income earners in the world leverage instead of relying solely on their own effort. This magnifies whatever is in there. Whether it be money, time or resources.
4 responses
@magtibaygom (4863)
• Philippines
1 Mar 10
I learned about the lesson about money in Rich Dad Poor Dad Part 1. In Rich Dad Poor Dad Part 2 (the Cashflow Quadrant), I learned about the different core values people have. In our family, my relatives, I can see in them what Kiyosaki has described in his books, the deep seated core values people cherish. I can see in real life the characters involved. It's like a play in a theater. I can see from my uncle, from my sisters, the different characters... from the advice they are giving me. I feel like Kiyosaki while talking and discussing my views with them. This is the reason why I really like Kiyosaki's books! It's no ordinary book! :D
• China
17 Feb 09
the greatest lesson i learn from these book is the finacial freedom concept,maybe for someone is no big deal, but for me i don't konw anything at finacial, so it's huge shocked. hehe
• Philippines
2 Dec 08
i just finished reading that book last night! I learned a lot from that book. I don't have much knowledge when it comes to handling my own business and reading this gave me a good start about minding my own business well. Imagine, i now know the true definition of asset and liability!
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
2 Dec 08
Hi, I learn about cash flow, leverage, work hard and invest. I think that work hard to earn more money and then invest properly is a must to reach financial freedom. How do you leverage your money and your time?