Robert Kiyosaki has introduced several great tools, which allow people to go through a contextual overhaul about the way they look at making money and entrepreneurship. This is the second book I am bringing to you from the stable of Robert Kiyosaki, the best selling author of the book Rich Dad Poor Dad.” If you are don't know who Robert Kiyosaki is, then I will say you are probably new to the world of Personal Finance, Business and Investing.
So don't believe everything you hear about Robert Kiyosaki being a scam, do your research and if you want to become more financial intelligent and get out of the rat race i personally recommend that y ou follow his work and even do your research on a multi level marketing business cashflow quadrant you could start up, there are some many industry's you can get into like travel,weight loss,nutrition,health and well being the list goes on just find what you are passionate about and put your head down and bum up and you will be well on your way to exiting the rat race.
Also Kiyosaki defines assets as things that generate cash flow, such as rental properties or businesses and liabilities as things that use cash, such as houses, cars, and so on. Kiyosaki also believes that financial leverage is a huge factor in becoming rich.
I would recommend you to further read Rich Dad Poor Dad's Guide to Investing”, which shows us where the successful rich people invest in. If you have read these two you will be ready with full of ideas and enthusiasm to start something on the ‘B' and ‘I' quadrants.
If you can forgive minor annoyances including typographical errors and plugs for network marketing, this is a fascinating book, a valuable financial education that may inspire you to think more about which quadrant you wish to exist in. As Kiyosaki notes, it is fine to remain a wage earner as long as you are receiving money from investments as well, but to be only a wage earner is, in today's world, a risky path.
Various other points that make network marketing a perfect business model include the low cost investment to start the business, increase of tax breaks due to the fact that a person with a part-time business can take more tax deductions, meeting with like-minded people and being able to leverage on a system that is already in place.
A business owner has the potential reward of mutiplicative profits from employees, but they also run the risk of being obligated to pay those employees without enough revenue to do so and not only not being compensated adequately for their work, but for losing their investment entirely.
At the employee quadrant, after most people graduate from university, college, or secondary school, they will find a good job and stable job from 9 am to 5 pm. Especially, they prefer working in the big corporate firm and living in the comfort zone and at the end of the month, they are very happy because they earn and receive monthly income from the employer.
The diagram below better explains it. You can be in all quadrants, but most people are not. People on the "right side" of the quadrant are not concerned with security and are interested in creating income both as a business owner and investor. To make it short, Cashflow is a game where the object is that you have to get out of the rat race and onto the fast track of financial freedom.
Robert Kiyosaki invented the Cashflow Quadrant many years ago and introduced it to the world in his book Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Kiyosaki makes a simple clear picture of the difference in values between people living in each of the four quadrants. For this group of people, job security is more important than the financial freedom.
B quadrant classifies are big business owners, who use people from E and S quadrant to grow their wealth. What affects which quadrant we decide to generate our income from is due to internal differences in our core values, interests, outlook, life stage etc.
It produces cashflow we can use to enter the arena of the I quadrant where our money can continue to work for us. I am super surprised at how many entrepreneurs still do not understand this. Because you don't have to deal with the uncertainties of starting a self-employed career, and you can keep your day job while you work on a business in your spare time.