The authors Robert T. Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Lechter describe in their book "Rich Dad Poor Dad" how everybody can make as much money as he or she needs. Showing examples of their own lifes, they intend to awaken the reader's financial genius.
Actually, they teach the reader the principle rules of making money to which the rich people already obey. Among those chief rules are for instance "The rich don't work for money", "Mind your own business", "The rich invent money" and "Work to learn - don't work for money".
Moreover, the authors explain all these rules and give examples about how someone can put them into real action. For those people, who don't know how to start their financial education, they have written chapters about how to overcome obstacles and how to start.
The only problem which could arise for people from other countries outside the United States is that the laws about real estate and stock exchange might be different. Therefore, readers from these countries obviously have to think of news ways to get out of the rat race which means to become financially independent.
In conclusion, the book encourages the reader to make money in order to attain wealth. However, the authors state that the usual way of working hard, paying taxes and saving money in a secure way at the bank doesn't lead to a fortune. They show many ideas about how every single person can overtake his or her financial responsibility and let the money work for him or her.
This is definitively one of those books about making money that everybody should read in addition to recieving a good education.