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Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! Paperback – April 11, 2017
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- Publisher : Plata Publishing; Second edition (April 11, 2017)
- Language: : English
- Paperback : 336 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1612680178
- ISBN-13 : 978-1612680170
- Item Weight : 12 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 1 x 8.75 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #35 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The author has made some distasteful and disgusting comments publicly. I wish I never purchased the book after his racial comments he released on the Internet. Please do research on this man before you support his book. The things he states in the book can be found elsewhere.
- Money is one form of power, but what is more powerful is financial education
- The poor and the middle class work for money. The rich have money work for them.
- Learn to use your emotions to think, not think by your emotions.
- Assets put money in your pocket. Liabilities take money out of your pocket.
- Don't bury your failures. Recognize them and learn from them.
- Be charitable and give. You can give of your time, knowledge, and money. Give and you shall receive.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this book and know I will be referring many people in my life to read it.
I actually borrowed a copy from my local library and couldn't put this book down. It's from a personal perspective and I admire that. It's not fake and he basically lays out in the book how he accomplished it. It inspires me to learn more about growing financially and becoming more financially educated. After reading the book, I had to purchase it to add to my collection.
To be totally frank the book has a lot of core values for someone to start and I highly recommend it. However what I disliked is the fact the book was written back in 1997 and honestly alot has changed since then.
Also, I really dislike how the book never really mentions how to get into stocks or how to obtain the first real estate property. He stresses a lot on growing your asset column but fails to go in details on how he built his pprtfolio
Holistically, this book is much more theoretical than 'how to'. I still took a lot away from it, as it gave me a new construct (or formula, as Robert would call it) to think about money that I hope to use going into the new decade!
Would definitely recommend if you are curious about a new way to think about money, or even for older children as a good foundation in finance. I would not recommend if you are looking at a book that would provide a list of tactics on how to make passive income (that type of book would need to be read next, after this book)