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Initial post: Sep 10, 2009 7:29:22 AM PDT
Why is it that network marketing isn't even mentioned in RDPD but in cashflow quadrant it appears to be the the best B quadrant business anyone could start? It's hyped althrough out the book...could it be that Robert only discovered after RDPD was writted that NM is a great way to sell books and courses and so therefore panders to that audience now? I read the first 4 in the RDPD series of books and was a diehard follower and they only seemed to get better and better but he only seems to repeat himself now marketed in a new package...the same story disguised as a new shiny toy. He also seems to be full of contradictions, very sad when many look to him as the guru of entrepreneurial truth.

Posted on Sep 19, 2009 7:45:02 PM PDT
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Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki (Paperback - October 19, 2000)
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