Yes, because it has great ideas on how to become and stay wealthy. The format used to convey his ideas was also excellent.
This book is right up there with "The Greatest Salesman In the World" and "The Richest Man in Babylon".
This was not that type of book.
Starting tax agreeable businesses. Like real estate
Robert T. Kiyosaki's other books are also good but this one is his best.
It was funny, engaging, and very straight forward. Although the writing was repetitive, the humor and frankness of Kiyosaki coupled with concrete examples saved it from being just another dull and cryptic business how-to book.
Concepts that are assisted with life experience from a young child. Also take the time to search some of the good ideas that he has before listening further as to help your understanding.
Being proactive with my investments, I am taking the time to increase my financial education beyond that of my professional experience.
Interested in keeping it interesting, leadership, theology and business.
Very timely book for me. Speaks about the concept on how to build wealth by protecting it and get above the trappings of the middle class (the rat race).
The reader swallows a lot but at the end of the day he spoke clearly and I was ready to receive the content