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Rich Dad Poor Dad is a 1997 book written by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter. It advocates the importance of financial independence and building wealth through ...
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Editorial Reviews. Review. "If you want all insider wisdom on how to personally get and STAY rich, read this book! Bribe your kids (financially, if you have to) to ...
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Rich Dad Poor Dad is an account of Robert Kiyosaki’s two dads. His real father and his rich dad, both who taught him lessons about money that would shape his life.
|Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki — Reviews ...|
Rating: 3.9 - 126,077 votesRich Dad, Poor Dad has 126077 ratings and 5458 reviews. Troy said: I bought this book on the recommendation of a client, and from page one I was feelin...
|What are some best /life changing books you have read?|
I have some free time these days. I wish to utilize it by reading some best self help/self improvement books. Here are the best I have come across. Dale Carnegie books, Rich dad poor dad, Getting things done Suggest me some good ones you know about.
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Listen to Rich Dad Poor Dad Audiobook by Robert T. Kiyosaki, narrated by Tim Wheeler.
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Rich Dad Poor Dad - Kindle edition by Robert T. Kiyosaki. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note ...
|Review: Rich Dad, Poor Dad | The Simple Dollar|
Well, it had to happen sometime. After stirring up a hornet’s nest in my previous post, Deconstructing Robert Kiyosaki, it somewhat became inevitable that I would ...
|I have taken nearly 50 products from concept to reality. Two were wildly successful and I'm currently quasi retired. AMA about ground up development or anything else relevant.|
Hi, these products were in various industries. The two successes were in automotive aftermarket and cell phone/tablet hardware. I've won multiple awards for design, had my products in major stores, have had both fantastic and horrible customers, managed the supply chain, sold a business, had a successful business blow up, and have walked down so many dark alleys it's not even funny. I've had good and bad partnerships and even spent four months in federal court defending myself against something ...
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|Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids …|
Written by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter in 1997, Rich Dad Poor Dad is based mostly on Kiyosaki's young days spent in Hawaii. Enriched by Kiyosaki’s personal ...
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Good review. I am glad you didn’t bodyslam the book. Although the Rich Dad advice clearly does not hold your hand through making your first chunk of passive income ...
|What is your opinion of the Rich Dad Poor Dad book series, Reddit?|
so yesterday i was out with my girl doing shishah in a local bar. our tab ran up to about $40 and my card got declined multiple times. i was out of cash and i went outside to try and hustle some money from a nearby club lineup. i felt really bad afterwards because she ended up paying. so it got me thinking about financial success because honestly, this is the first time that i've craved for money. every other time money has been a small factor for what i did or what i bought, but yesterday ...
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Editorial Reviews. Amazon.com Review. Personal-finance author and lecturer Robert Kiyosaki ... In Rich Dad Poor Dad, the #1 Personal Finance book of all time, Robert Kiyosaki shares the story of his two dad: his real father, whom he calls his ...
|Recommend books that are a bit more dry than Rich Dad Poor Dad/Wealthy Barber?|
I'm a bit annoyed with everyone laughing warmly before dispensing common sense advice that everyone already knows. Are there any personal finance books out there that are more raw and deal more with mathematics that don't waste my time trying to create a narrative?
|Has anyone read Rich Dad, Poor Dad? I've read some negative comments on here about it. Just wondering why? It changed my life.|
'Changing my life' seems a bit dramatic, but it's true. I'm a 27/f making $54k a year with a 10% bonus. Before I read it I was barely saving anything - I'd probably have $3k in my checking account at most, but could dip down as low as $900 some months. That's really all I had. I read the book a year ago, almost to the exactly to the day. Here is my Fidelity brokerage account (what I use mainly for savings): http://i.imgur.com/Bf3xZ2f.png I also now contribute to a 401k, Roth IRA, and keep at l...
|A quick selection of ideas for people who can't find work. ESPECIALLY those under 30.|
First I'll say quit thinking "I can't do that" "I wouldn't know where to begin" also, similarly, if someone tells you that you can't do something, even though you've done the research and learned all you can, tell them to fuck off. Those people are cowards and will never get anywhere, and will only hold you back (especially considering they've probably never even TRIED to break out of their bubble). 1. [you can scout or buy real estate, legally, with no credit or money](http://legalwiz.com/how-...
|By Request: I own 6 single family rental properties. AMA|
3 years ago I received the book Rich Dad Poor Dad. Over the past 3 years, my wife and I purchased, rehabbed, placed for rent and have 6 tenants on year long leases. We are currently searching for #7. We started with almost no capital and do none of the rehabbing ourselves. AMA. Not sure how much interest this will get. Edit: One thing I just thought of. I do mow the lawns at the places, but I mostly do that because I think it's fun. I have a riding mower and I ride the mower up and ...
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Aug 16, 2011 ... Rich Dad Poor Dad, the #1 Personal Finance book of all time, tells the story of Robert Kiyosaki and his two dads—his real father and the father ...
|Rich Dad Poor Dad|
So I actually just started listening to the audio book recently. Then of course there was a recent thread last week about his comments on gold and not investing for future etc. Reading the comments everyone was saying what crock he is and several people were telling people to go to biggerpockets to really learn about money. So I signed up at biggerpockets and then I was listening to the most recent podcast and the guest that was on who started flipping houses when he was 22 and is now flippin...
|Guys who have read 'Rich Dad Poor Dad', what similar books would you recommend?|
I'm about halfway through Rich Dad Poor Dad and I'm loving it so far, what similar books would you recommend?
|Rich Dad Poor Dad author: Why millennials shouldn't save|
Nov 23, 2015 ... The author of financial best-seller "Rich Dad Poor Dad" has some unusual advice for millennials in his new book: Saving is for losers.
|MUST READ books for beginning investors (Personal Picks)|
This is a list of MUST READ books before beginning to invest. It's a list of books I strongly recommend if you're beginning to get into stocks. Below is also a link to a video of why I think each book is important to shaping our knowledge of stocks, the market and finances in general. 1) Rich Dad Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki 2) The Intelligent Investor - Benjamin Graham 3) Stocks for the Long Run - Jeremy Siegel Video Link) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sf0GzPAdsY4
|Book recommendations from the FI?|
I am at 21 y.o on my way to becoming FI and I want to open up a thread to help people find literature that has helped on this topic. Personally, I've found a couple of books that have really helped shape the way I see money, personal finance and time-saving strategies. "The Four-Hour Work Week" by Tim Ferriss "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" series by Robert Kiyosaki Does anyone else here have some book recommendations?
|Just starting reading Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert K. Good advice or waste of time?|
I bought this book several years ago but never had a chance to read it all the way through until now. im about half way through. Should I keep reading and follow some of the advice detailed in the book or should I look elsewhere? He has many followers but its difficult not to listen to his critics. In terms of goals? Just like all of you I want to get out of the rat race. I want to stop worrying about money. I just got married last year, purchased a home, and feel like im living paycheck to payc...
|"Go to school. Get a degree. Get a good job." Welcome to modern slavery. [Book Introduction]|
An earlier post by Archiwinger motivated me to write a little bit more about the modern slavery and recommend a good read many of you may already know: **Rich Dad, Poor Dad** by Robert Kiyosaki This is the #1 best seller of personal finance books of all time and it's an absolute MUST READ. It changed my view on life and how I set my financial and career goals. I want to give you a little bit of insight to probably motivate you to read it. "Go to school. Get a degree. Get a good job." The clas...
|17, about to leave for the Air Force. How do I set up a solid financial foundation for myself?|
I've read Rich Dad, Poor Dad and one of Dave Ramsey's books, but I know you guys don't like those two very much. I want to know how I can start saving correctly for retirement and for the future in general. Any help would be appreciated.
|What is this “business opportunity” people keep trying to sign me up for? Is it Amway?|
In the last couple of weeks I’ve had three different people try to sell me on this fantastic “business opportunity”. They were very secretive and danced around answering my questions, but they had many similarities. Things like: - Being asked to read a book by Robert Kiyosaki (the Rich Dad Poor Dad guy) - Having to meet their group of mentors a couple of times to learn about the opportunity - Becoming “educated” (but on what, they wouldn’t say) - Having to pass some sort of test and be selected...
In the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad the author states that the rich acquire assets and the poor and middle class acquire liabilities that they think are assets. So my question here today is: what are some of the best assets that produces income and has value?
|Which books are good to create financial wealth?|
I recently read the book "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" by Robert T. Kiyosaki and he talks about "there are alot of books about this topic". Which ones could you recommend for a beginner?
|What is the BEST way to invest 5,000?|
22, male, going to college. Ive been doing a lot of thinking lately about what i want to do with my life. I am currently studying to be an environmental engineer at a state college (probably going to switch to Business Management next semester.) I run several small businesses that earn +/- 3,000 every year, and i have a full time job that takes care of everything else. I read the book 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' awhile back and it got me thinking about different ways to invest money. My long te...
|A good financial advice book for an absolute beginner|
What is a good financial advice book? I started reading rich dad poor dad but after some initial points which I genuinely liked like the definition of wealth according to Fuller and some other points but then I was a little disappointed with the later chapters and the reviews I refered to after were also not very good. So, what according to you would be a good book?
|Has anyone had success with self help books?|
I am a generally distrustful person so I am naturally skeptical of self help books. Problem is I'm also shy and insecure and I desperately want to fix that and become a well rounded person. I've heard that books such as 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, How to Win Friends and Influence People, and Rich Dad, Poor Dad are great books. I know that just reading a book, no matter how good, won't change your life - you need to apply what you learn. Has anyone done that and got the results they...
|Rich Dad/Poor Dad ~ Robert Kiyosaki Do I have anything to gain from reading this?|
I've just started reading this book and it seems gimmicky. I'd like to learn about investing and was suggested this book, but so far it seems like nonsense. I'm only 50 pages in though and I'm wondering if its worth finishing? Is there much valuable information to learn from this book?
|2015 Reading Challenge: Completed!|
This summer my sister mentioned she was doing the [Popsugar Reading Challenge](http://www.popsugar.com/love/Reading-Challenge-2015-36071458). It’s a 50-book list (technically it’s 52 since one of the items is a trilogy). About 28 of the 30 books I had read to that point managed to fit a category. So I figured why not. Plus, I got a chance to participate in one of my favorite pastimes: ticking boxes off of lists. I just finished the list this today! Here are the final results: **A book with mo...
|Starting young! Advice?|
I'm 19 years old and I've saved up a decent amount of money for my age ~$4000 and basically I'm looking for advice on any sort of business ideas or anywhere I can begin to start because that seems to be the hardest part of Entrepreneurship for me! I've tried my hand at internet marketing, flipping cars and personal training. I've managed to get this far through construction work with the family but I know I have more potential, my problem is just proving it. I'm currently reading the Rich Dad P...
|Question about rich dad poor dad, not sure if this the right place.|
Towards the end of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki talks about a book he wrote before writing Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Can anyone remember the name of the book he wrote. It was something along the lines of, "The best personal finance book of all time." I recently lent mine away.. was hoping someone could help me out. Thanks it advance.
|What's a book that you pick up every now and then to remind yourself that "it's possible"?|
I find Rich Dad, Poor Dad to be motivational in a sense. I know it gets a lot of hate for being inaccurate and dangerous in some ways, but you should be doing your own research anyway. Stories in it are pretty similar to how I was and it has always been a friendly nudge. Kind of like my own 'real dad' I guess. What about you?