MLM Review: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

By now, you have inevitably heard of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad series of best sellers. But have you read any? From an MLM review perspective, I highly recommend all of them. In the meantime, check out this MLM review-themed video where I spend a few moments describing the general message in Kiyosaki’s best-seller, Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

One other point I’d like to recognize from Rich Dad, Poor Dad is this:
The notion of “streams of income”, which I feel is particularly relevant to the network marketing industry. After all, most people that enter the industry, do so as a part-time operation, in essence, creating an additional stream of income for themselves. It’s, arguably, the foundation of the network marketing industry! And it’s smart! The network marketing industry is perfect for helping anyone easily create additional streams of income. And if you stick with me, that can become your primary means of income! 😉
But I digress from the MLM review – the point of this post. Robert Kiyosaki takes his real-life, practical experience and compares and contrasts how the rich approach assets and/or money versus how the poor and middle class do so. It’s fascinating to self-assess while reading such a book. Again, I highly recommend Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad to anyone that feels as though they might benefit from Kiyosaki’s perspective, from both “sides” of the fence.
I hope this was helpful. If you have any questions or comments in this regard, definitely post them in the comment section below.
Best to you!
– Drew

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  • alisonpena April 12, 2010 at 4:45 am

    I began this journey to multiple streams of income with this exact book Rich Dad Poor Dad and purchased two investment properties in Syracuse in 2007 just before the market came crashing down. Although that experience was much harder than I expected, the stance of innovation, self-reliance and fierce independence is common to real estate investors and mlm internet marketers alike and is an exhilarating environment to participate in. We seek time and money freedom, the ability to control our own lives and choices completely and that is pure joy.
    P.S. I also recommend Cashflow Quadrant

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  • Alen February 19, 2012 at 9:24 am

    I like Robert Kiyosaki’s first book the best. It’s called, “If You Want to be Rich and Happy, Don’t Go to School.”
    It never became as popular as the “Rich Dad” series, but in my opinion, this was his best writing. It really goes into depth about how the current educational system is broken and doesn’t prepare our children (or us) properly.