Rich Dad's Retire Young, Retire Rich by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Rich Dad's Retire Young, Retire Rich

Imagine being able to make so much money at an early age that you could decide when to retire, knowing full well that you have enough money stashed away to ensure a life not burdened by financial restraints. In this book, financial guru Robert Kiyosaki provides practical insight on how to put together a financial plan which promises not only to make you prosperous but to allow you to map out the freedom to choose your own retirement age. Built up...


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TitleRich Dad's Retire Young, Retire Rich
ISBN9780751534207
Author
Release DateJul 27th, 2018
PublisherTime Warner
LanguageEnglish
GenreBusiness, Economics, Finance, Self Help, Nonfiction, Personal Finance, Currency, Money, Personal Development, Entrepreneurship, Inspirational
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Reviews Rich Dad's Retire Young, Retire Rich

  • Chad Warner
    1970-01-01
    I thought Kiyosaki had some good ideas in Rich Dad Poor Dad, so when this book's title caught my eye, I thought it'd be worth a read. It definitely was! Kiyosaki admits that he's not the best writer, and I agree, but he has a compelling way of teaching important business and financial lessons through stories about his past. He shamelessly plugs his books, board games, and website, but it works; he sells tons of them, and I put several more of his...
  • elene monroe
    1970-01-01
    is the best book in the world, it's good
  • Tihomir
    1970-01-01
    The book contains a lot of useful information related to way of thinking that you need to follow if you want to retire young and rich. It also has some info for books, audio cds that you should read/listen on a way to becoming rich. I was very excited and I read the book just for few days.
  • Lichi
    1970-01-01
    I am embarrassed that I fell for this scam of a book.As an avid reader, I forgot my own rule of buying a book before falling for this POS:1. First check the NEGATIVE reviews on both Goodreads (preferred) and Amazon (only for reference)2. Then read the positive reviewsAfter this if I am still inclined to reading it, I buy the book. Because at least I had been warned and I made the choice MYSELF.Now onto the book. It is full of 368 pages of repeate...
  • Adrian Stratulat
    1970-01-01
    The books from the Rich Dad series are something that everyone should read. Some said that Kiyosaki is too metaphorical in his financial advice, and you don't actually learn anything. That is because those people were not prepared to understand the message which was sent:The most important asset in determining one's financial future it's one's mentality.Our subjective reality is what separates success from failure. Everything else, from what to i...
  • Tony Jr.
    1970-01-01
    Overly long (330 pages) and repetitious at times but definitely one of my favorite books in the RichDad series. This book gets down to the nitty gritty of what it really takes to retire early and retire financially free (or rich if you would like). Its 21 chapters are broken down into 4 major sections: 1. The Leverage of your MindThis section covers the unique shifts in mindset you need to retire early2. The Leverage of your PlanThis section cove...
  • Stephanie Tan
    1970-01-01
    First let me start off by saying what I like about the Rich Dad series of books:I like that this book has been as popular as it has been. I think it has inspired a lot of people to learn about personal finance and how to build wealth. This is a very good thing.I would caution people, because a lot of the advice given in these books can be dangerous. The problem is these books don't actually give any solid advice on anything covered in these books...
  • Jaclyn
    1970-01-01
    What an inspiring book! I listened to this book on audio, like I did the original Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and I am on my second listen through. There is so much good information in this book that if used carefully, could make a huge difference in people's lives. I sure intend to let it make a difference in mine! What I learned most from this book: it all starts with expanding your reality - opening your mind to the possibilities, taking steps to educ...
  • Tremayne Moore
    1970-01-01
    I had to read this book twice. A lot of people may not like this book because it's not a "how-to." Through this book, I was able to write two blogs (Complacency & Talents as well as Complacency & Hebrew Slaves). This book encourages you to tap into your God-given ability. The underlying message in this book is simply this: If we would focus on our God-given assignments and not compete, you will actually be rich (physical or spiritual).
  • Malin Friess
    1970-01-01
    I was skeptical from the start about reading a book entitled "Retire Young, Retire Rich" with a glossy picture of author Kiyosaki dressed in Steve Jobs black and then again pictured on the back of the book enjoying the rich life entitled..free at last (Kiyosaki and Wife pictured riding horses on Fiji in the sun wind tustling their hair with the coast line in the background.) Regardless, Kiyosaki has a few excellent overarching principles that I a...
  • StoryTellerShannon
    1970-01-01
    Of all the RICH DAD books this is my most favorite. Why? Simply because we've got someone who can walk the talk, telling us that most of the resistance we experience in making money is our own limitations. It didn't make sense when I was working a day job. Sounded like a bunch of huey, really, but, once I started down the entrepreneurial path, that all changed. I'm in total agreement. Most of the limitations Americans experience with wealth is al...
  • Olegas
    1970-01-01
    Viena is tu knygu, kur autorius dalinasi savo gyvenimo ismintimi: "Kaip as sunkiai dirbau, kad tapti turtingu, bet veliau sugalvojau, kad paprasciau parasyti apie tai knyga, ir parduoti 10mln. kopiju zmonems, kurie tokie naivus, kaip ir as kazkada buvau".Is tikruju, sitos knygos visai nerekomenduociau - jeigu ketini ja skaityti, kaip iprastai, dali po dalies. Kokia nauda galima gauti is jos - greitai prabegti per visa knyga, ir surinkti idomias m...
  • Manohar
    1970-01-01
    Very good book on pointing out the right direction in getting the financial education you need.This book is filled with lot's of useful tips and it's organized in a very good way.Don't confuse this for a check-list or an instruction guide to your desires. Here you'll find the right references and the right direction, but it's up to you to learn a lot more before becoming succesful.
  • Usiere Uko
    1970-01-01
    Very inspirational. Shows that one can get what one really wants. Excellent read
  • David Rosage
    1970-01-01
    One of the best books I have read in a log time. Has pushed me over the edge to start investing in passive cash flow opportunities like real estate and franchised businesses.
  • Jansen Wee
    1970-01-01
    Took my time to really understand what he was saying. Great stuff.
  • gina al ilmi
    1970-01-01
    like it alot
  • Devin
    1970-01-01
    Like many of the other Rich Dad books, this is more about expanding your mind and giving you another way to view wealth building. I like how he categorizes ideas and puts them into perspective. This book address retiring young and rich, drawing heavily on Kiyosaki's, and his wife, Kim, story (like before). Less redundancy than some of his other books, but he makes up for it with filler. Notes "Cash flow is the most important word in the world of ...
  • Juhi
    1970-01-01
    Retire young retire rich is a 5th book in the series of Rich Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. Robert in this book shares his journey of retiring very rich at an age of just 47! He speaks about his real life experiences and struggles and how he came through without losing his motivation.My main motive to pick up this book was to learn something new from this book. Not exactly retiring thing but getting rich thing. After reading this whole book I realized t...
  • Mme LionHead
    1970-01-01
    The first two-thirds of the book emphasizes the importance of creating your own reality by believing in your ability to retire rich and to retire young. It stressed the importance of leveraging one’s mind as the first step towards reaching your goal of financial freedom at a younger age. Because what you believe in shapes your reality. Kiyosaki offers simple exercises to help people examine their current lives and to help with setting their goa...
  • Yvette Bowlin
    1970-01-01
    Great book, a classic in some circles. Walking around with this book in my hand got me a lot of attention from people who read it. It reads like your grandpa is giving you the advice of a lifetime. Redundant and dragging at times, you still listen intently. "Ok gramps, get on with it." just enough to pique interest and get the brain thinking, but shy of enough tactical information. It's a great read to start to think like a millionaire, an entrep...
  • Sagar Chamoli
    1970-01-01
    Excellent book- i must say! Robert explains beautifully his thoughts and do the justice to do the title. The only reason giving one less star is that i feel somehow he is more inclined towards real estate investment. Don't blame him for his insights because that has helped him to retire young, retire rich. But i feel that can be done through other options as well. Keeping that aside, no matter what this book is a must read.
  • Sandra Lara
    1970-01-01
    El libro tiene buena información, pero en general es muy redundante, Kiyosaki podría decir lo mismo en la mitad de páginas, además el estilo narrativo es muy burdo. Se vuelve tedioso y por eso tardé tantos meses en terminarlo. Definitivamente "Padre rico Padre pobre" es mucho mejor. Ese sí me gustó y me aportó mucho.
  • Ramzi
    1970-01-01
    Kiyosaki beautifully explains that context is key to attain financial freedom, to retire young retire rich. Although i honestly feel that there were sections that were quite repetitive, but the overall presentation is highly effective. definitely a good insightful read.
  • Wiet Vande Velde
    1970-01-01
    This book with it's grasping title was on my shelf for a long time before I read it. According to Kiyosaki, the book is about leverage, and it is. If you read carefully and write down what lessons you take from it, it holds a lot of value.
  • Reiza
    1970-01-01
    “Mulailah dari yang kecil dan bermimpilah yang besar”Saran dari Ayah Kaya Om Robert diatas benar adanya. Setidaknya itulah yang saya pelajari dari buku Retire Young Retire Rich ini. Sesuai judulnya, buku ini memang menjelaskan tentang kiat-kiat bagaimana agar bisa pensiun muda dan pensiun kaya. Om Robert sendiri, bersama istrinya Kim, akhirnya bisa pensiun dan bebas secara finansial di umur 47, sementara istrinya pada umur 37. Dan, berbed...
  • Aaron Jackson
    1970-01-01
    Great workAwesome context expanding piece that has helped clarify different types of leverage and how to use them for my plan
  • Mwerevu
    1970-01-01
    I loved this book. I have already started putting a lot of what I learned from it into practice. This a nugget worth the read.
  • Miguel
    1970-01-01
    Loved it