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  • It is interesting and explains in detail the methods to make money
  • In my opinion, the methods given by the author are helpful in making the rich richer
  • Thus I disagree with the opinion of the author that everybody can grow rich if they make use of the opportunities
  • But I am not entirely disappointed with the book

    • by Vinod
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      ‘Rich dad, Poor dad’ is a book written by Robert Kiyosaki. In this book, the author speaks about what the rich people teach their kids about money that the poor and middle class do not. The author says that he had two fathers, a rich one and a poor one. The poor man was his real father.

      The rich man was actually the father of his friend, but he was so friendly towards Kiyosaki that Kiyosaki regarded him as father. Both these fathers were different in opinion


      and ideology. Kiyosaki found that the rich fellow’s ideologies were better and decided to follow his instructions and to receive his guidance.

      The guidance given by the rich man to the author is divided into six lessons. The first lesson is that the rich do not work for money, the second is the reason to teach financial literacy, the third is to mind one’s own business, the fourth is history of taxes and the power of corporations, the fifth lesson says that the rich invent money and the sixth and last lesson is to work not for money, but to work to learn. Money will automatically arise as a result.

      The rest of the book speaks about overcoming the obstacles which stand in our way of making money. The book is good to read. It is interesting and explains in detail the methods to make money.

      It speaks about the positive mental attitude without which one cannot succeed in making money. But I could find a drawback. The author speaks as if it is ...


      • Rich dad, Poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki
      possible for everybody to be rich.

      Yet observation tells us that the number of poor people is so much that there are not enough opportunities for all of them. Few people succeed in becoming rich. In my opinion, the methods given by the author are helpful in making the rich richer.

      A few in the middle class may join the group of the rich by developing these methods, but surely these methods are not helpful for all. Yet the methods given might help one in the path

      to self-improvement. Thus I disagree with the opinion of the author that everybody can grow rich if they make use of the opportunities.

      But it is a sad fact that the number of opportunities is not equal to the number of human beings. But I am not entirely disappointed with the book. The book is very interesting to read and is like a story.

      The author has written the book in a grand and unique style and thus the work deserves to be appreciated. I rate the book 6 points.




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