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  • This book is a helpful tool in understanding how money works

    • by Lorianna
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      Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki is a book on making money.

      Robert Kiyosaki, a self-made millionaire, begins with stories from his childhood and introduces two men he considers his fathers, one of them rich and another poor.

      Robert’s biological father was a highly educated man who worked hard for all of his life

      and died in debt.

      That’s the poor dad.

      Another man was the father of Robert’s friend, and Robert felt so close to that man and learned so much from him that he considers him his father as well.

      This other man did not have a great education but had this deep understanding of business; he worked ...

      • hard too, and died a millionaire.

        That’s the rich dad.

        Robert Kiyosaki then proceeds to share how the “rich dad” taught him some basic concepts of business, investment, and money-making when he was still a young boy.

        In a plain, easy to understand way, he talks about things like assets, liabilities, cashflow and explains why working

        for someone else will never make you rich.

        The key is to make your money work for you and create a stable cashflow that comes in *without* you having to go to work every day.

        Robert Kiyosaki may not be a great writer, but he certainly is a good businessman.

        This book is a helpful tool in understanding how money works.

    Collette says :

    How true that Robert Kiyosaki is now bankrupt? If this news is true, it just loses his credibility altogether. Still, his getting out of the rat race advice will be a classic.

    Aleks says :

    Seems to be true, according to the major news agencies.

    And how about this : ” story in the late SmartMoney magazine reported that Kiyosaki did not actually have a rich dad and a poor dad as he claims in the books, but that the fathers were “composites. ” ?

    Did Mr.Kiyosaki forget about the another classic - it’s not good to lie ?
    Was he trapped into the rat race called make-money-no-matter-what, trying to escape from the rat race ?

    mcguard says :

    This is not true. He has a lot going on. His seminars alone bring him tons of money. He has an estimated worth of about 80 million, which is not to be confused with broke.

    MEV says :

    Robert Kiyosaki is idol. I love to read his books.

    Galega says :

    The best thing about him is, he writes practical stuffs. It is not something that is impractical which you can’t replicate in life. Rich Dad Poor Dad is full of examples and anecdotes which can help people to really make a difference in their life. A must read book, indeed.

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