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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money-That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not! (Taschenbuch)
While there are many books on the market for personal finance and establishing wealth, none have put the simplistic and yet powerful spin on how the wealthy view money and opportunity like Robert Kiyosaki has.
Robert Kiyosaki contrasts lessons he learned from his father (poor dad) and his best friend's father (rich dad) from the time he was 9 years old. Since these first instructions to building wealth and becoming rich were introduced in a way a child could understand, the principles are easily digested. What blows you away is the awesome strength of age-old wisdom that is belied by the child-like teachings. The wisdom is cast like seeds on a desert when it is viewed by those who are too prideful and "educated" to admit where they are wrong. If you have desire to learn what was not taught in school, then this book is for you.
I have read a review that comments on how Robert failed to mention that 4 out of 5 businesses fail in their first 3 years. But what the reviewer failed to mention is that 95% of those who do fail do so out of "financial illiteracy". In other words, if you go into business to, "make more money" and fail to understand the true difference between assets and liabilities, then you have failed from the get-go. As Robert explains in this book, there is more to money than the "job mentality" of work and receive, pay bills and survive.
In conclusion, while there are some great books out there that will take you through the nooks and crannies of financial intelligence, you must read this one first. You will then have the proper mindset to truly understand the power in the others.
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