Rich Dad , Poor Dad
February 2, 2007 2:02pm CST
I don't know how much of you read this book of Robrt T. Ciosky but if there are some may I have yours reaction to this book? He speakes in his book about the right and wrong things that people are douing or not douing with theire money, and most important thing in my point of view that children in achools are not learning about how to manege with money.what your opinion about that?
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7 Feb 07
For book Rich Dad Poor Dad...main theme is.. FINANCIAL LITERACY = FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE Its a true tale of two dads — Rich dad and Poor dad one a highly educated professor, the other, an eighth grade dropout. Educated dad left his family with nothing, except maybe some unpaid bills. The dropout later became one of Hawaii’s richest men and left his son an empire. One dad would say, “I can’t afford it” while the other, asked, “How can I afford it?” Rich dad teaches two boys priceless lessons on money, by making them learn through experience. The most important lesson of all is How to Use Your Mind and Time to create personal wealth. Free yourself from the proverbial “rat race”. Learn to spot opportunities, create solutions and “mind your own business”. Learn to make money work for you, and not be its slave. Rich Dad taught some imp. things to son... *You are what you Think. *A job is a short-term solution to a long-term problem. *A highly paid slave is still a slave. *Why climb the corporate ladder when you can own the ladder?
26 Feb 07
I have read this book I think about two years ago. The informations and ideas laid out but Robert is very informative. However if you really want to be financially strong as Robert ways, I think you should really start it from the early age...from the earliest age when you start earning. All of this because once you have made few mistakes, - i.e credit cards debt then you are really in trouble. It will take years for you to recover.