Argues that a good education and a secure job are not guarantees for financial success, and describes six guidelines for making money work for you.
Personal finance author and lecturer Robert T. Kiyosaki developed his unique economic perspective from two very different influences - his two fathers. This text lays out Kiyosaki's philosophy and his relationship with money.
|A book for everyone to read. Mar 28, 2007|
|I think this book should be manditory for everyone in the U.S. to read in school. It explains alot about how the different classes view money and how money actually works and should work for you. It is good to read Kiyosaki's "Cashflow Quadrant" after reading this book. Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom |
|So-so... Mar 26, 2007|
|I'd have to say this book, as said before, would be a lot better for those looking to START along the "path to becoming wealthy." Not real great for people already right smack in the middle of their lives. Its a good, quick read for anyone interested in finance / managing money but I'm sure there's better.|
|Kiyosaki is a genius Mar 26, 2007|
|This is not the type of book I would read. I had to read it for an assignement. Kiyosaki speaks to everyone, not matter what your age is. Reading it now, I feel like I could be a millionaire by the age of 27. Its definitely something I would teach my kids, from the school aspect of it to the taxes. Read it, it will give you great knowlege which you could use for the rest of your life!!!|
|Great, Insightful book! Mar 26, 2007|
|As a high school student, I thought I would not understand this book at all, that it might have difficult financial jargon and complex ideas only understandable to few. However, Robert T. Kiuosaki's explanation and comparison of the educationa and perspectives between the rich and poor provide insightful ideas for anyone to understand. He basically dispells the myth that you have to have a high salary to be rich, shows you that your house is actually a liability than an asset, and that you cannot rely on schools to teach students on how to be financially competent. |
This book is a must read for anyone and everyone.
|He can't write and says nothing Mar 25, 2007|
|What an overrated book. He and his co-author can't wirte. He talks but tells you nothing. Yes, he is rich, but I bet he didn't do it through real estate. He is rich because people buy his stupid books and pay to hear him and his wife talk. I've seen them talk and guess what? They say nothing. What a fraud! Furthermore I hope his poor dad hates his guts. Kiyosaki spits in the face of all hard working people. Screw him|
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