Rich Dad Poor Dad

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Title: Rich Dad Poor Dad

Author: Robert Kiyosaki

Translator: Leila Adibi

Subject: Personal Finance_ The Rich_ Investment

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 272

Publisher: Phenomenon of Knowledge

Language: Farsi

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Rich Dad Poor Dad Robert’s most famous work. Kiyosaki (1947) is a motivational speaker and educator of American business skills. In this book, Kiyosaki narrates the life of his childhood in the language of a story and compares the two perceptions of economic and financial life in society and introduces them as a rich father and a bipolar father. The rich father represents the part of society that seeks entrepreneurship, and the bipolar father seeks to work for others.

The human mind is his only asset. By learning and cultivating the mind, dreams can be turned into goals, and by empowering oneself, those dreams can be achieved. Financial success follows the same rules. By learning to be financially literate and increase financial genius, he formed minds and thoughts for success.

“Working for money” and “Making money for us” are two types of thinking that Robert Kiyosaki first explained and interpreted. He believes that gaining wealth depends more on one’s outlook and lifestyle than on hard work.

According to Kiyosaki, gaining wealth and analyzing economic issues, like other important issues in life, requires education. Using allegory, Kiyosaki expresses his views from the perspective of a rich father and a poor father, and compares their circumstances and decisions.

The book of the rich father of the poor father
It is one of the best-selling and most well-known works in the field of financial success and with more than 32 million copies sold, it was included in the New York Times bestseller list. This book has been translated into more than 50 languages ​​and is one of the most popular books in the field of personal financial development in Iran.

Leading entrepreneur Robert Kiyosaki is the author of The Poor Father’s Rich Dad. To write this book, he examines the behaviors, approaches, and lifestyles of wealthy and middle-class people. Kiyosaki has taken advantage of his successes and failures in investing, as well as his father’s life experiences, to build a collection called Rich Dad.

A Review of the Book Chapters of The Rich Dad Poor Dad
Part 1: The rich do not work for money

Part II: Why financial literacy is essential

Part 3: Focus on your job

Section 4: Tax history and corporate power

Section 5: The rich invest

Part 6: Work for learning, not for money

Section 7: Overcoming Obstacles

Section 8: Starting

Section 9: You want more

About the Author: Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Kiyosaki was born on April 8, 1947 in Hawaii to economist, investor and author. He is of Japanese-American nationality and grew up in an educated and affluent family. After graduating from high school, Kiyosaki moved to New York to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in 1969.

Robert Kiyosaki joined the military for a time after graduating from university. He decided to leave the military in 1977 after the end of the US-Vietnam War and start his own business. The production of men’s wallets was Robert Kiyosaki’s first experience in this field. Although it did not sell well at first, after a while, his company became famous and Robert Kiyosaki made a multi-million dollar profit, but eventually the company went bankrupt. After experiencing his first failure, he decided to try his luck at retail. He was engaged in the clothing trade in his second company. But his efforts were again unsuccessful and he went bankrupt for the second time.

After experiencing two setbacks, Kiyosaki decided to start his own business in a new field, founding a company with the concepts of business, investment, and entrepreneurship, and sharing his experiences with others through seminars. His third idea to start his own business was very successful, and his company made a lot of money selling seminars. 1996 is an important year for Kiyosaki. He retired in 1996 only when he was 47 years old. In addition, Kiyosaki published the successful book “Rich Dad and Poor Dad” in the same year.

Why read the book of the rich father of the poor father?
The book The Rich Dad Poor Dad is in the category of books on personal success and productivity. This book is suitable for adults.

بخشی In a part of the book of the rich father of a poor father, we read:
In 1923, a group of our biggest and richest business leaders held a meeting in Chicago. Among them are Charles Schwab, president of the largest independent steel company, Samuel Insol, president of the world’s largest public utilities, Howard C. Hopsen, president of the largest gas company, Ivar Krueger, president of the International Match Company, one of the largest companies of the time, Leon Fraser, president The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), and Albert Fall, a member of the Harding president’s cabinet.

Twenty-five years later, all of these giants ended their lives like this: Schwab died after five years in debt; Insul died in bankruptcy in a foreign land; Krueger and Katten also died in bankruptcy; Hopsen went crazy. I do not think anyone can say what really happened to these people.
If we look at 1923, I think it was just before the fall of Wall Street and the Great Depression of 1929 that it had a huge impact on these people and their lives. The point is: today we live in a time when we are facing faster and bigger changes for these people.

I think in the coming years there will be a lot of leaps and bounds in economic bankruptcy that are similar to the ups and downs that these people are facing. I’m worried that many people will focus too much on money, not on their greatest wealth, their education.

If people are willing to be flexible and continue to be educated and enlightened by their own enlightenment, they will continue to grow and become richer despite the difficult changes. If they imagine that money will solve their problems. They have a hard way. Intelligence solves problems and makes money. Money without financial intelligence, money that will soon disappear.

Most people do not realize how much money they are making; The issue is how much money you save. We have all heard the story of poor people who win the lottery and get rich, but become poor again. They make millions of dollars, but soon return to their original place.

Or we heard the story of professional athletes who became millionaires at the age of 24, but ten years later the cartoon fell asleep.

In part of the beginning of the book we read:
I had two fathers; One is rich and the other is poor. One of them had a high education and was smart. He had a doctorate and completed four years of undergraduate study in less than two years. He went on to study at Stanford University, University of Chicago, and Northwestern University, but my other father never finished eighth grade.

They were both successful people in their lives; They worked hard and made a considerable income. However, one of them faced financial problems and conflicts throughout his life and the other was one of the rich Hawaiians.

One of them bequeathed tens of millions of dollars to his charitable foundations and church after his death; What was left of the other were debts and loans that had to be paid.

They were both strong, attractive and influential people and they advised me, but the way they advised was different.
They both strongly believed in education, but did not recommend the same teaching methods. If I had only one father, I would have had to either accept or reject his advice, but when two people advised me, I was faced with the dilemma of whether to accept the opinion of the rich man or the opinion of the poor man. Instead of simply accepting or rejecting their opinion, I decided to think more; Compare and then choose one.

The problem was that the rich man had not yet acquired wealth and the poor man had not yet become poor. They had both just started their careers and were struggling with money and their families, but they had very different views on money matters. For example, one of them said, “Love of money is the root of all evil.” And another said: Lack of money is the root of all things.

The life of Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Kiyosaki was born and raised in Hawaii. He is the fourth generation of a Japanese-American hybrid family. His family was a mix of the country’s top educators. His father was the director of education in the state of Hawaii.

After finishing high school, Robert continued his education in New York, and after graduating from university, he joined the US Marine Corps and flew to Vietnam as an officer and pilot of heavy military helicopters.

His wife is Kim Kiyosaki, who helps Robert Kiyosaki write his books.
This book talks about the ways in which ordinary people get rich, how they get rich and reach high positions. “The most important reason for people’s financial problems is that they study for years but do not read anything about money,” says Robert Kiyosaki.

The result is that they only learn to work for money … but they never know what to do to make money. This book is one of the top 10 books that sold millions worldwide in 2001 and has been featured in world-renowned newspapers such as the New York Times.

The explanation on the back of the cover states:
“Rich Dad, Bipol Father is a book that destroys the myth of earning more money to get rich; Thinking of his home as an asset, he rises to the occasion; Shows parents why they can not rely on the school education system for financial education for their child;

Clarifies the concept of assets and liabilities to us once and for all; “Finally, it teaches you how to teach your child about finances and the role of money so that they can have a successful financial future.”

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