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Rich Dad Poor Dad

What the Rich Teach their Kids About Money

Robert T Kiyosaki

The #1 Personal Finance book of all time, Robert Kiyosaki shares the story of his two dad: his real father, whom he calls his poor dad, ' and the father of his best friend, the man who became his mentor and his rich dad.' One man was well educated and an employee all his life, the other's education was street smarts" over traditional classroom educ...
Publish Date
First Published in 1997
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I wanted my kids to read this book in order to be able to have a financial comprehension to not be slave to the work and money, the way my mind has been for a really long time.      source
Love that book . It altered a lot of my ideologies about property and ownership. Great book.      source
@toriioriori It’s an amazing intro book into wealth building!! Changes the way you think about your resources!      source
Robert and I are friends. Highly recommend Rich Dad Poor Dad book. We disagree on debt.      source
My biggest piece of advice to every single person who approaches me for insights is always to prioritize financial literacy and educating yourself on personal finance. This audiobook may break down finance into simple terms, but the results you can get from listening to it are life-changing      source
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3. Rich Dad Poor Dad Read it at 20 This book shattered all my preconceived notions about money. The biggest one being how buying things is not equal to building assets. Classic, in so many ways.      source
@journeyofage All great books      source
I bought Rich Dad's books and games for my children also. Robert Kiyosaki is one of my top authors. Life is about being deliberate      source
@cheesewizbandit @lilearthangelk Wait rich dad poor dad is actually a great book      source
First of all best wishes to your daughter. Simple books which will make her journey interesting & kudos for being a RESPONSIBLE parent: -Rich Dad Poor Dad:Robert Kyoski -Richest Man in The Bablyon:George Clason -One up on the wall street:Peter Lynch -Let's talk money:Monika Halan      source
@PATSFANIVLYFE What if I told you this $10 book can help get you financial freedom      source
@iefamharris @motaraaa One mistake I’ve always made is just assuming very popular books are just hype. Richest man in Babylon, art of war, rich dad poor dad are so simple, yet powerful. I hope you don’t reply with grammar corrections when you’re done reading this book 😂      source
A list of books that have influenced me - 1. Personal Finance: Rich Dad, Poor Dad 2. Trading: Trading in the Zone 3. Mindfulness: The Power of Now 4. Philosophy: The Shortness of Life, Letters from a Stoic, Incerto 5. Life: A Book of Simple Living What's your list?      source