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Rich Dad, Poor Dad

What the Rich Teach Their Kids about Money--that the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not!

by Robert Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter
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    Apr 2000, 223 pages

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Elendu Obinna

knowing what is important
The middle class dream and ideal has long been society's standard for the successful individual. holding onto that point of view can have disastrous financial consequences in the years to come. Rich Dad, Poor Dad helps us distill what to strive hard for which is financial freedom, not a safe secure high paying job.
kien

this is a goodbook , i think so . Thanks .
Pauline Jackson

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This book is a bestseller business and inspirational that you should read. The author described many issues in his real life and give many examples to understand.
G.Pooja

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The book Rich Dad, Poor Dad is the book were we completely deal with money, and just by reading this book we can get to know how to stay strong and independent.
mahima jain

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Really nice!
Jayme

I have read this book many times in the course of starting, building and working my own business. It came to me as recommended reading as part of a company that helped me build my own business. It showed me a new way of thinking and how I too could be rich and not work for someone else to get that way. It's a success tool anyone who wants to gain financial freedom shouldn't be without.
Patrick McNally

Can be examined on three different levels, at least. There is the matter of internal consistency of statements within the book and they add up, there is the question of book-to-book consistency as one looks at the sequence of books which the author has by now written and checks for discrepancies and explanations, and finally there is the point of consistency with external documentation as it relates to issues touched on in the book. These matters are gone through more fully at www.johntreed.com/Kiyosaki.html, but suffice to say, the book fails on all three counts.
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