Rich Dad Poor Dad Book
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  • He shares his journey and experience which helps us learn some lessons on how to get rich with our intelligence

    • by rambo78
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      Rich Dad Poor Dad is a fantastic book which I guess every person on the planet should read because everyone wants to make money in today’s world. This book is written by Robert T. Kiyosaki along with Sharon L.

      Lecher. This book opens our eyes to the fact that the school education on which we stress so much fails to teach us anything about money.

      The major reason why people suffer financially these days is because they have
      learnt nothing about money during their school period. The result is that people learn to work for money but never learn to have money work from them.

      This book provides valuable information about while traditional schooling is just not enough these days. This book tells you why risk taking is so important in life.

      I liked the statement in particular in this book which states as follows” I have not seen a single rich person who has not ...


      • lost money, but I have seen thousands of poor people who have not lost any money” It tells you that intelligence produces money and without financial intelligence you may loose money all money earned throughout our lifetime. We always see real life example of many famous international players and businessman having lost all their wealth one fine day.

        The author goes on to talks about his two dads. One of his dads is rich and other one is not rich but highly educated.

        The rich dad teaches him how to make money by taking risks and learning the lessons of life practically. While the educated dads, who always has troubles meeting his expenses, always stressed on education and on getting a salaried job.

        The author finally decides to follow rich dad’s advice and gets rich himself. He shares his journey and experience which helps us learn some lessons on how to get rich with our intelligence.




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