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Rich Dad's Success Stories: Real Life Success Stories from Real Life People Who Followed the Rich Dad Lessons Paperback – October 1, 2003
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The Rich Dad series, begun in 1997, is based on Kiyosaki's childhood observations of the lessons passed down by his father, a well-educated wage slave, versus those of his closest friend's father, an eighth-grade dropout and multimillionaire. The difference, he determined, is that the poor and middle class work for money, but the rich let money work for them. The wisdom passed on by the rich dad is a type of financial literacy that is never taught in schools. Kiyosaki also developed a board game, Cashflow 101, which is used in his seminars to generate ideas on how to achieve financial independence. This book, the seventh in the series, contains real-life stories of people who applied the Rich Dad principles to their lives and are moving from the rat race of employment to the role of business owner and investor. In their own words, regular folks show how they went from financial struggle and crisis to taking control of their financial education and future. David Siegfried
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For the person who blasted the RD Success Stories, but then went on to say that after reading R.D.P.D he bought 110 properties; well, I guess Kiyosaki's book did help after all now didn't it....
Guys bottom line, Take the books or audio cds for what they are worth, for inspiration and motivation, but your going to have to really get out there and put the work into it which means becoming more "financially literate.." which will help ensure your financial R.E goals. R.D. is just the start. Follow up on other educational material that gives you more nuts and bolts of investing. And of course, I cannot stress this enough, if you not involved in a "GOOD" R.E. Investment Club, then get up and find one in your area and start going regularly. Thats your next starting point on your way to making good R.E. Investments...
Sorry for being longwinded but sometimes it takes detailed words to get the message across.
Good luck, God Bless