The Cashflow Quadrant
In preparing for the Information Age, you must change the rules on how you manage your money. You can no longer blindly accept the idea that your job is secure, that your hard work will be rewarded, your house is an asset and your largest investment and buying mutual funds is safe. The Information Age will require you to have more information to do well and succeed. This follow-up to the smash bestseller Rich Dad, Poor Dad was written for those individuals who recognize the need for new education. They have recognized that the economic movement from the Industrial Age into the Information Age will provide them with a tremendous opportunity to succeed financially.
Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom will help you:
– Determine where you are financially today
– Decide where you want to be financially in five years
– Identify paths you may choose to pursue for your financial future.
– Identify what changes you may need to make along the way once you’ve chosen your path to financial freedom.
In 1985 Kiyosaki co-founded an education company that operated in seven countries, teaching business and investing. Kiyosaki was able to retire, financially free, at age 47, but he continues to invest in real estate and other business ventures. He creates financial educational tools such as Rich Dad Poor Dad, the financial program Cashflow “TM” 101, created around the board game Cashflow “TM” as well as Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom, to share his knowledge with others.