This is the third book in the Rich Dad series and is a great expose on how the differing thinking of the rich, compared to the poor and the middle class, means the rich will always be ahead in the rat race – the rich build their asset bases while the poor and middle class are more concerned with high earning jobs.
It is also a useful primer on what investing means.
Kiyosaki also categorises investor levels – each distinct depending on how much information and money they have, which determines their access to various levels of deals.
He also outlines the critical foundations – cashflow, communications, systems, legal, product, leadership, mission and team, on which all successful businesses stand.
In his ever evolving lessons from his Rich Dad this answer more questions than “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” and “The Cashflow Quadrant”, so much so that you can jump certain sections of the book and go straight to the new stuff.
It is no wonder that all Kiyosaki’s books to this point were best sellers for his simplification of “difficult” accounting jargon and his demystification of the process of wealth creation.