"This book is a must-read for all women. Today, more than ever, women need to be financially savvy."
With a passion for educating women about money and investing, Kim Kiyosaki draws on a lifetime of experience in business, real estate, and investing in her mission to support financial education.
She is a self-made millionaire and a happily married (but fiercely independent) woman. Her first book, Rich Woman - A Book on Investing for Women - hit the Business Week bestseller list the month it was released and has held a spot there for the past 11 months. Rich Woman is a bestseller in Mexico, South Africa, India, Australia and across Europe.
Kim has used the international forum of the Rich Dad brand to showcase the startling statistics related to women and money, and through Rich Woman and www.richwoman.com, has created a community where women can learn and grow.
Kim Kiyosaki entered the business world in a position with a top Honolulu advertising agency and by age 25 she was operating a Honolulu magazine that served the city's business community. It didn't take long for Kim's entrepreneurial spirit to surface and two years later she ventured into her first business: A clothing company with national distribution.
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Not long after launching that company, Kim joined Robert Kiyosaki as a partner in a company that taught entrepreneurial business throughout the world. That business grew to support 11 offices in seven countries, presenting business seminars to tens of thousands of attendees.
In 1989 Kim began her real estate investing career with the purchase of a small 2-bedroom / 1 bath rental property in Portland, Oregon. Today Kim's real estate investment company buys, sells and manages millions of dollars in property.
Kim and Robert, who married in 1984, sold their education seminar business in 1994 and 'retired.' In 1997, Kim and Robert founded The Rich Dad Company that would take the Rich Dad message and mission of financial literacy - through books, games, and other educational tools - to international recognition and acclaim.
"I wrote Rich Woman because I believe the world would be a better place if there were more Rich Women." - Kim Kiyosaki