have you read robert kiyosakis rich dad poor dad?

@neh357 (174)
Philippines
May 10, 2010 3:03am CST
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@picjim (3003)
• India
12 May 10
I've read the book and quite agree with your response to an earlier reply.I accept the view as far as investing your money properly to retire early and leverage ones earnings.But at the place where i stay plenty of MLM dealers use the book to make their point regarding leveraging.But i'm not very sure if that is what kiyosaki meant when he aid we ought to invest well for an early retirement.
@picjim (3003)
• India
12 May 10
Error:aid should be said.
@neh357 (174)
• Philippines
12 May 10
In my own understanding,. Robert was fond of his two fathers. Look up to different lessons his two father had imparted to him. Remember the part when his rich dad let him and his friends work and delayed their payments? It made him mad, at the same time, realized that his father did that on purpose, then again, he thinks, if someone like his father, (supposedly viewed as an employer) would always be delayed in payment of salaries, it will be a pity if that employee depends on that salaries, right? So as he learned the lessons his rich dad is sharing, he incorporate it in his poor dad's life. So many facets of life and reality about money have been tackled here. I am going to reread the book in order to remember all the lessons, Imagine, he retired early. If you have read this book, what about the succeeding ones? I am saving money to buy it.