Cashflow Quadrant Book Review

The Nellis Group Book Club continues in 2016! In January, the entire Nellis Group team read Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant: Guide To Financial Freedom, by Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert T. Kiyosaki as part of our team Book Club. The Cashflow Quadrant book takes a look at what it takes to move from being an employee to taking control of your money by investing. Here are some of the key insights from each member of the Nellis Group’s Cashflow Quadrant book review:


  • You don’t need money to make money
  • Money and emotions go hand and hand
  • Switching sides of the quadrant can affect a marriage
  • “The path is the goal”
  • Investing is the key to financial freedom
  • Smart investors can do well in any market
  • Wealth is measured in time, not money
  • The informational age is a new era for investors
  • More money doesn’t help if you don’t control cashflow
  • Core values are important

This book was very informative in helping you look at different ways to make your money work for you. If you want to know more about investing in property and capitalizing on some of the concepts from this book, contact the Nellis Group at 703-348-6442 or sign up for our Investor Watch Program. Stay tuned next month as our book will be The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg.



Each month, the Nellis Group Book Club chooses and reads a book that helps us grow in the 4 key areas of our lives; Business, Health, Wealth and Personal Growth. These books help our team not only grow as individuals personally, but help our team to develop new habits, new ways of thinking, problem solving techniques and customer service skills that translate into the best Real Estate experience for all of our clients. We encourage you to read along with us and share your findings with us in the comments section. (Link to buy the book on Amazon or Kindle)


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