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Rich Dad, Poor Dad (German) Paperback – 2007
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I don't know if the book is factual or not. I've read that a lot of people think this book is fake.
True or not the principles are sound.
This book really outlines a number of mindset differences between people who are able to accumulate wealth, and people who aren't. There really is an enormous difference between what many of us typically call "intelligence" and the concept of "financial intelligence" that Kiyosaki lays out so clearly in here.
Made me rethink the way I manage my personal finances, and seek the knowledge I lack to make it work. Going to buy more copies for relatives and friends!
This is one of those million dollar books that will change lives, when the reader desires to take from this book what it there to give them.
Life is made of "choices" and those that choose to maintain status quo can read all the great books and nothing will happen.
Continuing to live relying on "Crowd Wisdom," will keep you where you are.
Remember only one out of twelve asked and was allowed to walk on water. Eleven seemed to be content to ride in the boat.
If you want to be a water walker, read this book.
If you want to keep riding in the boat, save your money, this book will not change you.
You have to choose to take value from this book and don't just read it once and think you got it.
Knowing myself, I would dismiss whoever wrote this review and not get the book. It's 10 bucks, buy it and spend 2 hours reading it. Your life could be the exact same, or you could actual understand money and it's movements much better. For 10 bucks and 2 hours, roll the dice.