Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, which was released in 1997, soon gained prominence among those who were enthusiastic about business, income. The book is now the best-selling personal finance book of all time and has been published in various languages.
Rich Dad Poor Dad’s main message is how to use money as a tool for economic growth. The idea that wealthy people are born rich is disproved. It explains the true differentiation between an asset and a liability, among other things.
Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki grew up with two very important father figures. Kiyosaki’s biological father, Poor Dad, was a talented and highly educated man. Poor Dad believed that the path to finding a well-paying career involved hardwork, good grades, and study. However, despite these seemingly advantages associated, Poor Dad struggled financially.
Kiyosaki’s closest friend’s father was Rich Dad. Financial education, understanding how money works, and knowing how to make money work for you were all values that Rich Dad believed. Rich Dad eventually became a millionaire by using the power of money for himself despite having dropped out of eighth school.
From Kiyosaki’s perspective, the book describes how Rich Dad made money and the mistakes that Poor Dad experienced. About two-thirds of Rich Dad Poor Dad is based of the first six chapters, which cover the six lessons Kiyosaki learned from his Rich Dad.