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Rich Woman: A Book on Investing for Women, Take Charge Of Your Money, Take Charge Of Your Life Paperback – April 10, 2006
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About the Author
Kim's business career began in advertising, and her entrepreneurial spirit emerged shortly thereafter. She launched her first business venture in 1984. Since then she and her husband, Robert, have built several successful companies, the latest, along with partner Sharon Lechter, being The Rich Dad Company best known for the bestselling book RICH DAD, POOR DAD. Kim began her investing career in 1989. After her first investment she soon realized that investing would be her road to freedom, and she pursued it fervently. Today she controls millions of dollars of investment property as well as other investment assets. A businesswoman and investor, Kim is passionate about teaching women the importance of investing and taking control of their financial futures. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The first book for women in the Rich Dad, Poor Dad series does not depart from the informal and direct style familiar to readers of the other titles. The work is targeted at helping women demystify the world of investing, understand personal finance, and accept responsibility for their own lifelong stability. Kim Kiyosaki's choice to narrate the book herself makes the anecdotes about the dark moments in her own journey to financial independence more believable and accessible. Kiyosaki's overall message--that the investing market doesn't care about the gender of the investor--is aided by her frank and relaxed delivery. Without depending on a father or husband to take care of her--a woman who invests wisely prepares for even the most unexpected life events. M.R. © AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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It's all anecdotal stories about why you should invest without any practical advice as fas as HOW to invest.Read more