Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money--That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!
Radical thinkers are in a class by themselves, and thankfully, we
can join them. This author invites all of us to learn and embrace
logical ways to earn, invest, and save money over and above anything we
learned through traditional education.
The knowledge unfolds in a way that's not overwhelming or pretentious,
shifting your mind by 360 degrees to realize your potential for
building wealth outside of working a traditional job. It's not a hard
sell, it simply makes sense. What I also appreciated are insights on
showing children, through word and deed, how to accomplish the same in
You may not be ready to accept everything stated in this book, and
that's okay. It often takes time to change years of the "go to school,
get a job" mentality.
It's easy to identify with statements the author shares regarding other
people's negative opinions about wealth and investing. There's a
healthy dose of examples sprinkled throughout the book as well as
counterpoints that persuade you to continue moving forward toward your
goal of financial freedom.
Once I began reading Rich Dad, Poor, Dad, it was difficult for me to
put this book down. Like me, I believe that if you read it once, you'll
read it again as a blueprint for your own financial success.
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