Biography of Robert T. Kiyosaki Robert T. Kiyosaki has gained international fame through his books, rich dad, father being the most important of them poor, what the rich teach their children about money, which classes average and poor do not. Kiyosaki was born in Hawaii. He comes from a family of educators. Upon the completion of his college career, he joined the Marine Corps body and went to Viet Nam as officer and pilot of helicopter gunships.
On his return he began his business career. In 1977 he founded his first company introduced the first nylon wallet in the market with velcro for surfers, product which achieved remarkable success at the global level. In 1985 he co-founded an international company of education, which operated in seven countries, about business and investments and provided advice to thousands of graduates. Retired at 47 years of age, young and millionaire, Robert T. Kiyosaki currently makes investments in the real estate world and offers lectures to bankers, investors, businessmen and general public.
Rich Dad, poor dad, written together with Sharon Lector has been a global phenomenon with more than 20 million copies sold, translated into 40 languages and available in more than 80 countries. There is talk of money, wealth and success, reward seeking, in this world full of contradictions, the vast majority still. The central theme of the book is being rich is a freedom and a decision. There is a method, but some indications that will be on the good path. For example, education. Bill Gates, to mention one example, not finished College. The key is to the culture of effort which elders teach their children. Is being rich synonymous with being successful? Not always, the success is achieved when one is in balance with everything that surrounds it. The money gives freedom, but does not guarantee success. And also happiness, although help find the way towards her. Kiyosaki teaches us how fear and unbridled ambition prevents wealth.