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Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money-That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not! Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 2010
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RICH DAD, POOR DAD is a starting point for anyone looking to gain control of their financial future USA TODAY Robert Kiyosaki's work in education is powerful, profound, and life changing. I salute his efforts and recommend him highly Anthony Robbins --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Robert Kiyosaki has received all sorts of awards and honors over the years, based upon his global message of financial literacy. Among others, he was inducted into the Amazon Author's Hall of Fame.
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I have given this book to graduating high schoolers in my family because I wish someone had taught me these things earlier in life.
My hopes of reading this book were to get insight on how the psyche of rich people think and operate verses that of the poor.
What the book actually is:
In this book, I felt the author bragged more about his success than he did trying to explain the differences. I felt his view on the subject was very narrow (there's a big emphasis on real estate). He also was very redundant as he boasted about his success. After reading this book, I didn't feel confident that he was an expert in dealing with money, but more lucky. He seemed to be in the right place at the right time.
In addition, the book wasn't written well.
My advice is to rent this book at the library if you're curious. It's not worth it.
What the book does best is to persuade you to look for opportunities that you might not be aware of. Many of us are too busy taking care of our problems and can't seem to find a way out, but the reason is most of the time because we are approaching life in a quite conventional way. If we play it safe, chances are we will live a quite average life, because that's how the system works. If we all play it safe, then we all have the same things, average things. The author makes it a point to makes us realize that there ARE many opportunities for us to get out there and really make investments work for us, but we just need to look for the opportunities that not everyone is looking for.
It's quite a powerful message, particularly for those of us that talk to our financially conservative friends about ways to make money. We are trapped in the same philosophy, and ask people who have the same philosophy, and therefore the same modest income, for help to get out of this cycle. We need to look beyond, and this book is a good start, and maybe all some of you need, to really get out of the cycle and take a serious step towards become wealthier.
Although there are a few weak points in the formatting of the book, I think the content makes up for it. Also, a few diagrams in the book do not show well in the Kindle, but you are able to figure out what they are based on other diagrams and the discussion in the book.
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