Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosakl
Rich Dad,Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosakl

‘Rich Dad,Poor Dad’ Story Acclaimed Worldwide Bestseller Had Been Predicted To Flop…Author, Robert Kiyosaki Explains Why?

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The bestseller, ‘Rich Dad,Poor Dad’story should have been a formula for success yet shockingly it had been expected to fail.

And so, Robert reflected from his own personal intuition and surmised as follows;

 ”The “old advice”—go to school, get a job, save money, get out of debt, invest for the long term, and diversify…”

All in all, the above tried and tested template was rooted to a formula for success, Robert went against the grain of what the very fabric of modern society has been conditioned to believe.

Astonishing as it may sound, but conventional wisdom in all its glory can be proven to be wrong.

Fortunately and quite insightfully, drawing from my own personal experiences I had found this to be true.

‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ in Summary

Robert draws inspiration from the the title of his international bestseller as a basic comparison of his ‘two Dads as follows;

His poor biological father contrasted with his other rich Dad.

Poor Dad illustrates a very well educated yet financially struggling man whereas Rich Dad dignifies a high school dropout and maverick of sorts building his empire to become Hawaii’s Richest Man.

Who Determines Failure & Success?

Conclusively, I have seen other household names to have been turned down such as;

The Beatles were told that their music would never be taken seriously.

Universal Studios had advised Clint Eastwood that he wouldn’t make it as a leading actor.

Additionally, many multiple agencies repeatedly discouraged Arnold Schwarzenegger that his last name was too hard to pronounce.

Ultimately, nobody would understand his thick Austrian accent.

Arnold trusted his gut-instinct & intuition and the rest as they say is history.

Global Bestseller, ‘Rich Dad,Poor Dad’-To Be Or Not To Be?

Basically, Robert Kiyosaki had been another ‘casualty of never woulds’.

Robert’s ‘Rich Dad,Poor Dad’ story was his passion.

Of course, attaining number one publishing status was not going to be denied.

Robert convinced himself that self-publishing was the only logical sure-fire path to success and in time, it became reality.

Incidentally though, Robert’s Rich Dad,Poor Dad book series started its creative writing as only brochures.

Culminating in the all-inspiring best selling book series as we know it.

Going Against The Grain

As a matter of fact, so extraordinarily unique was his unconventional education from his two primary titular influences that it caused controversial ripples ingrained within conventional wisdom.

Following on from the unparalleled heights of success, Global Bestseller, ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’, Robert Kiyosaki’s book series pried open many doors to opening to other avenues…

Consequently, Robert’s book writing ventures were used as a key to unlock his wealth generating seminars.

Unsurprisingly, his unique insights developed into Robert Kiyosaki’s 10 Rules For Success And Wealth.

‘Gold Bug’ Invests In Commodities

Also known as a self-proclaimed ‘gold bug’, Robert invests in multiple businesses and ventures.

Commodities to include gold and silver are inclusive as according to his theory;

”A few dollars can buy you precious metal coins which will prepare you for the biggest crashes in the world.”

Robert purchased a silver mine in 2002 located in South America following making a gold mine public in China.

Within his book, ‘Conspiracy of The Rich’, he recalls his intentions to take a copper mine in order to make it public upon the increase and inflation of copper value.

Robert’s extensive property portfolio includes various types of real estate such as large apartment complexes, golf courses and hotels.

Facts And Figures

Robert Kiyosaki was born on the 8th April, 1947 and is Japanese American hailing from Hilo, Hawaii.

He graduated from Hilo High School before going onto the US Merchant Marine Academy.

Robert further graduated from the Academy as a deck officer in 1969.

Progressing to a gun ship pilot in the Vietnam War as he received The Air Medal for his efforts.

Rich Dad,Poor Dad books enjoyed tremendous sales throughout the world, well in excess of 32 million copies!

Tik Tok saw a resurgence in popularity as it reached widespread acclaim.

The New York Times featured it amongst it’s bestsellers for six years.

Superstar and icon, Will Smith claims to have taught his son financial independence from reading the book.

PBS had honoured Robert Kiyosaki with an ‘excellence in education’ award in 2005.

Donald Trump collaborated in 2006 called  Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men, One Message.

A second book followed called Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich — And Why Most Don’t in 2011.

The Domino Effect

I have always strongly believed that writing your own book would open new ventures which may not be otherwise possible.

Gradually, Robert’s foray into self publishing saw his book writing vision fruition in 1997…

Over time book sales were catapulted via The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Businessweek bestseller where it remained for years.

Oprah Winfrey’s own show called invited Robert consequently exploding the Rich Dad,Poor Dad books into a global sensation.

As it stands, Bestseller Rich Dad,Poor Dad went on to be the number book on personal finance of all time!

Finally, to read Robert Kiosaki’s Rich Dad’s Guide To Investing, please clink on the link below;

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