- Publisher : Perseus Books Group; 1st edition (1 September 2011)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 360 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1612680062
- ISBN-13 : 978-1612680064
- Reading age : 12 years and up
- Item Weight : 250 g
- Dimensions : 17.1 x 3 x 10.7 cm
- Condition : New
With a scarcity of jobs and today's plummeting employment rate, every individual whether rich, poor or middle class is trying to find new ways and possibilities of increasing their cash inflow. How is it that some people remain debt free while others are buried in debt? This book attempts to answer such questions.
Rich Dad S Cashflow Quadrant Int is a bestseller that is aimed at teaching people, employees and self-employed alike, the importance of the role they play in the world of finance and investing. Highlighting the approach of individuals, it provides the necessary tools for upcoming business owners and entrepreneurs to double and triple their cash inflow.
Robert Kiyosaki also illustrates the improvements that need to be implemented with the change from the industrial to the information age. According to him, the mindset and approach of the employee or the self-employed needs to be creatively altered to transform into the new and improved mindset of the entrepreneur.
Rich Dad S Cashflow Quadrant Int is a guide that brings out the differences between the four classes of people in the business world: employees, the self-employed, investors and business owners. Within these sectors there are those who are financially insecure and those that are innovative. The book encourages readers to ask themselves who they are and what they need to change about themselves.
This financial guide was published by Perseus Books Group in 2011 in paperback.
Rich Dad S Cashflow Quadrant Int is the second book of the Rich Dad series, after the international bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad.
About the Author
Robert Toru Kiyosaki is an American Businessman, investor and author who shot to fame for his Rich Dad Poor Dad series. Originally from Hawaii, he served as a Marine corps pilot in the Vietnam War and later started a company that first marketed Velcro surfer wallets. After going bankrupt with his first two companies, he started Cashflow Technologies, Inc. He is also a motivational and financial speaker and advisor.