Rich Dad Poor Dad
by Robert T. Kiyosaki
Robert T. Kiyosaki , April 30, 1997, says about his book: I am greatly
concerned by the growing gap between the haves and have nots. In the
next few years there will be great economic and political upheavals.
Many of today's haves will join the have nots. There will also be many
more ultra-rich haves created. Great new fortunes are being made as we
enter an age of unprecedented abundance and prosperity. Today, a great
education is more important than ever before. But to continue to advise
a child to simply, "Study hard, get good grades, and find a secure
job," could be the most dangerous advice a parent could give a child.
If a child follows that advice, they will probably wind up working
harder, being paid less, paying more than their fair share in taxes,
and remain in a high risk position of financial uncertainty. As I said,
the rules have changed. This book will teach you the rules of money
that the rich play by. They are not the same. May you find some new
ideas from reading this book. Ideas by which you can insure greater
economic security for you and those you love for generations to come.