Rich Dad’s Increase Your Financial IQ: Get Smarter with Your Money

 Robert T. Kiyosaki brings it again with “Increase Your Financial IQ” As always Robert has focused own teaching you how to fish instead of just giving you a fish and the more of these I read the deeper and richer understanding of how things work, my life gets better and better.

I love how Robert puts things in simple to understand ways that are relatable.  Reading this has caused me to focus on things that in fact increase my Financial IQ.

I recommend that you read this and gain a better and deeper understanding into the mind of the rich.
Rich Dad’s Increase Your Financial IQ: Get Smarter with Your Money

Retire Young Retire Rich: How to Get Rich Quickly and Stay Rich Forever!

 “Retire Young Retire Rich” by Robert T. Kiyosaki is one of my favorites

It is awesome in the way that it shows you the benefits of retiring early and doing it right. I have always loved how Robert puts this in fun and relatable ways that makes you feel like anyone can do what he has done and live a better life.

If you haven’t taken the time to read this book I strongly recommend you take the time to do so.

With this book in the series It gives you a deeper and richer understanding on your path to becoming rich.

 

Retire Young Retire Rich: How to Get Rich Quickly and Stay Rich Forever! (Rich Dad’s (Paperback))

Start Your Own Corporation: Why the Rich Own Their Own Companies and Everyone Else Works for Them (Rich Dad Advisors)

 Rich Dad Advisor Garrett Sutton, ESQ. goes over asset protection and the proper ways to do it in Start Your Own Corporation: Why the Rich Own Their Own Companies and Everyone Else Works for Them (Rich Dad Advisors)

It is a bit intense I have to admit though I am glad I listened to the audio book cause I did not know how much was really involved in asset protection with corporate entities. I thought it was just simple to start a corporation through the IRS and the state not knowing that to do it right and protecting the corporate vale there is alot to do and consider. Garrett Sutton, ESQ puts it in simple to understand terms and examples.

Don’t start your own business until you read this book!

Another book to check out after this is Run Your Own Corporation: How to Legally Operate and Properly Maintain Your Company Into the Future

Run Your Own Corporation: How to Legally Operate and Properly Maintain Your Company Into the Future

 Rich Dad Advisor Garret Sutton, ESQ keeps it simple and covers the things that you might not of thought of from a legal stand point when it comes to running a corporation. I am glad that I listened to this before I started any of my websites that will be geared towards business.

I didn’t realize the importants of Trademarks and all the things to properly run a company and help mitigate someone coming and stealing it from you.

Read this book before you start your own company!

I recommend that you read this and the companion book Start Your Own Corporation: Why the Rich Own Their Own Companies and Everyone Else Works for Them (Rich Dad Advisors)

Considering Changing My Theme

So I created my current theme which is ok and I used Twitter Bootstrap 3 to make it. The problem I have is I didn’t finish the functionality of it on the backend and I don’t know if I am going to between not feeling like it (Yes I will admit I am being a little lazy) and I rather spend time on more important things and projects I just don’t foresee myself doing it.

Not to mention most of the new ones that are free and available are great, maintained and I can focus more time on writing I think I might go with one of them for the update. 

The funny thing that you will find with most programmers is they have some many projects that they are doing, want to do or thinking about doing that their own personal website is usually crap and it just keeps getting put on the back burner and pushed further and further down the road. 

Funny if you really think about it. Can do it, but just don’t really feel like it. 

Until Next time.

Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest in, That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!

Robert T. Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing is a great continuation of the Rich Dad series giving you more of the mindset of investing then the how-tos to do so. After all as Robert often says you have to be before you can have and I will turly say that on my journey of reading these books it has really transformed my thinking into more of a true investor.

I recommend this series as a whole so much that I bought the original Rich Dad Poor Dad for a friend of mine so he too could read them and start to have a deeper and better understanding about money.

If you haven’t read this yet I recommend you get it and read it. However if you have already read it leave a comment and let me know what you think about it.

Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing: What the Rich Invest in, That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!

Until next time.

Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom

Rich Dad's CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial FreedomRobert T. Kiyosaki – Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom bigs in again with a deeper further understanding of the ways of the rich and the CASHFLOW Quadrant. Where the rich make most of there money and are able to pay less in taxes then the poor and middle class.

This book lets you know where you are and where you want to be with clear and simple to understand thought process on finances.

I strongly recommend this book to further your education in building your understanding of financial literacy and increasing your financial IQ. If you haven’t read it yet get it and let me know what’s you think and even if you have already read it feel free to share your thoughts.

Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide to Financial Freedom

Until Next Time.

Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

Rich Dad Poor DadRobert T. Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad is one of the best business and investing books of all time. Not only has it been a New York Times best seller for years, but it gives you insight into the mindset of the rich and how they think as compared to the poor and middle class. I have personally listened to the audiobook edition of this book as of current about 5-6 times.

If you have not read this book yet now is the time. I not only encourage you to do so, but I also challenge you to do so!

Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

After you have done so drop me a line and tell me what you think.

Until next time.

Type of Books I read most.

Ok so some of you might be wondering other then the books you have already seen here what type of books to I spend my time reading.

I often will read of course programming books since I do programming for a living, however I will often read books on Business, self-improvement, Accounting and general finance, Marketing, how to’s and autobiographies on the greats like Steve Jobs, Andrew Carnegie, J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller and the like. 

From reading these things I am able to learn the secrets and from others failures without have to make more of my own then I have too. 

I bet you guess what I want to be when I grow up… 🙂 Well older anyways. 

Until next time. 

How do I read a book or more a day?

I know with our busy schedules it is hard to find time to read and learn something new. Open Book

I too was having a problem with this, not to mention I used to absolutely hate to read.

So how did I get up to a book or more a day? Well to be honest there are some days I too get to busy to finish a book though on average I do try to complete a book a day not including podcast. I am able to do so through audiobooks. I fortunately sit at a desk all day besides meeting of course and I am able to listen to audiobooks while I work.

The tough part has been reading with my eyes and listening to another book with my ears which I admit at times is quite difficult.

If you haven’t ever did audiobooks you can do so for free through https://librivox.org/ it however does not have the newer books that I have been reading most lately, but it does have most if not all of the classics and they are free. They do also have an app for the iPhone which you can find the links here. LibriVox App.

I do list books on here with reviews of books I have read and paid for and yes I am affiliated to most of them cause hey got to pay for the server some how. Though this source I am not affiliated with and make absolutely nothing off of and I just though I would share this awesome resource to get you started reading more.

I have learned so much since I have taken the journey to read at least a book a day and I am learning more each day. I encourage to read more and learn.

In closing I will leave you with one of my favorite quotes.

True wisdom is knowing that you know nothing. – Socrates