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  • But, what I think the author could perhaps come up with would be real life strategies of how a real average Joe out there could strike it big

    • by missy
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      There are 2 book titles here, which I am going to review. One is on the NYT Best Seller List, and the other one is a book on political views. The first book is Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

      The title itself is enicicing, and one comes to wonder whether you are reading a fantasy book, a self-help book or what. It certainly falls into the category of self-help book, but one which advices you on your financial freedom, the title being a poor and


      a rich dad is just an idealogy or analogy of what it is like for your to acheive financial freedom, start taking charge of it, and how to go about doing it.

      But, what I think the author could perhaps come up with would be real life strategies of how a real average Joe out there could strike it big. True enough, there are certain pointers on how you go about pursuing to make it big, but there isn’t really real life examples of you ...


      • and me.

        My most best advice is you can’t get rich by reading this book, but you can certainly get a good read out of it. But the author uses concise, clear English that I think a whole lot of people could relate to, and perhaps that’s why it reaches the bestselling list.

        I feel sort of neutral about this book is my final answer. The second title is The Audacity of Hope, Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream.

        Now, there is a

        lot going on about the author giving his views on political figures and discusses issues relating to it. He gave his personal views on thoughts on how certain legislature should or could be done, and his ideals are almost unattainable.

        It would be a dream to reach to that kind of level where everything seems beyond reach. This book is an inspiration especially when reaching the period of elections.

        These 2 books are alright, and it caters to different tastes from different people.




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    Prakriti says :

    summary of the book The Rich Dad The Poor Dad

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    John says :

    The book is essentially about the author describing the way to be successful from the perspective of each of his fathers. In the book the poor dad is his father, and the rich dad is the father of his friend. In summary the book addresses the many reasons why the author believes the poor dad is poor, and why the rich dad is rich.

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