Robert Kiyosaki (born April 8, 1947) is a Japonese American investor, businessman, self-help author, motivational speaker, financial literacy activist, and financial commentator.
Everyone knows Kiyosaki for his Rich Dad Poor Dad, the #1 personal finance book of all time. It has challenged and changed the way tens of millions of people around the world think about money. Rich Dad titles hold four of the top ten spots on Nielsen Bookscan List’s Life-to-Date Sales from 2001-2008 alone. Also Robert has been featured regularly on shows such as Larry King Live, Oprah, and countless other publications.
He has written a series of motivational books and other material published under the Rich Dad brand. In total he has written over 15 books which have combined sales of over 26 million copies. He is best known as the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad
What are the most famous books of Robert Kiyosaki?
Three of his books, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant, and Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing, have been on number one on the top 10 best-seller lists simultaneously on The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and the New York Times. Robert Kiyosaki published in 2001 Rich Kid Smart Kid, with the intent to help parents teach their children financial concepts.
He has created three “Cashflow” board and software games for adults and children and has a series of “Rich Dad” CDs and disks.
Also Kiyosaki was a proponent of entrepreneurship, business education, investing, and a financial literacy advocate. Because of that, schools around the world should teach his comprehensive financial literacy concepts.
Kiyosaki also operates his own blog. He also maintains a monthly column on Yahoo Finance writing about his latest thoughts on global economics, investing, business, world financial markets, and personal finance.
With perspectives on money and investing, Robert has earned a reputation for straight talk, irreverence and courage.
Along his path to becoming a world-famous expert on all things financial, Robert learned more than he ever expected about the riches money can’t buy.