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Rich Dad's Guide to Becoming Rich...Without Cutting Up Your Credit Cards Paperback – December 1, 2003
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Kiyosaki recalls a truism once observed by Rich Dad, "The only people who think life should be easy are lazy people" (3). Kiyosaki rejects frugality as the best way toward becoming rich. Instead he recommends paying the price for higher financial intelligence, "...another way to become a millionaire is to improve your financial literacy, your financial intelligence, and be willing to be accountable to yourself, your results, your continuing education, and your personal development in becoming a better human being...that was a price I was willing to pay to become a millionaire" (81). Adopting such a mindset becomes tantamount to swimming against the current. Possessing faith and the fortitude to dedicate your life to accumulating wealth in this manner is crucial to overcome such naysayers as friends and family.
Rich Dad also observed, "One difference between a successful person and an average person is how much criticism they can take...Most people feel safer in the herd of the average" (150). Criticism tests one's resolve. You must be willing to make mistakes and to learn from them. Kiyosaki writes, "...the price of becoming rich is the willingness to make mistakes, to admit you made a mistake without blaming or justifying, and to learn" (18).Read more ›
That is the best way I can describe this book by Robert Kiyosaki. If you are tired of hearing how you have to cut up your credit cards to prevent debt then you must read this new book by RTK. It is his best ever!
Sadly, this book just serves as one big advertisement of all of his other products, such as his board game, which he dedicates almost a full chapter for advertising it. There are glimmers of good information, but most of it is very vague.
To summarize, I wasn't very happy buying and reading a paperback commercial. I would recommend his other books, but I'm not sure I even have respect for the author anymore.
If you really think that cutting up your credit cards is the answer to wealth, then I suppose you believe in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny too.
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i like this guy but this time it was too repetitive ! didnt learn much morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Thanks no issues. Don't expect it will show you miracles to get rich... or everyone who reads it would be.Published 19 months ago by JK
If you truly want to change your outlook on your financial situation I suggest that you take this seriously. So start the process of a new beginning of a life that you want.Published on October 21, 2013 by Adonivas
In his book, Robert Kiyosaki is supposedly going to tell you how to get rich. I know that because the book is titled "Guide to becoming rich" though it is a lot less a guide than... Read morePublished on January 13, 2013 by The Duke
I have read first five of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" series and liked them all. This one is short and concise summarizing key points of all his previous books, but he shared a few... Read morePublished on December 2, 2012 by AJ Reissig
This was a quick yet powerful read, particularly for those who, like me are trying to increase financial literacy when you come from a background where that it has not really been... Read morePublished on September 24, 2011 by Monica M. Jones
The first book was mildly interesting and intriguing. This one? Not so much. I'll tell you right now what it's about:
-It has more (fake) dialogue between the author and... Read more