I would recommend this to anyone who is teachable and wanting to break free of fear, the mundane, and the day to day "rat race." This book has honestly been incredible for me, I don't know that I've ever listened to a book that has had such practical implications for my own life. But beware, if you start there's no going back.
The most important take away for me was cultivating my "financial intelligence." I always thought a house was an asset regardless of who owned it. I never realized I probably spend the first 6 months out of the year working for uncle Sam. And I definitely didn't understand just how important accounting, investing, knowing the marketing, and understanding tax law was until now. I also love the way he tells the story. It's such important information, but it's broken down into a story format that a child could tell.
Probably when he explains how to make money work for me and how corporations are a seriously undervalued vehicle to keeping more of your money.
Yes. When he explains how you don't have to be a millionaire to start investing today. When life gives you lemons, go find a way to make millions lol
I personally want to thank Robert Kiyosaki for taking the time to write this book. Even more so for sharing his knowledge with others. So much of my life I have never had people willing to share insight into something for me. Most of the time it has felt like I'm on the outside wanting to better understand something but left behind. The opportunity this book has allowed me has been incredible and I can't wait to take action and continue to learn!
Yes, because it highlights how to make money work for you.
The rich dad because of his different perspective on approach to money.
This book changed my approach to money.
A decent overview of the way the rich think. It can be a little too oversimplistic when discussing the history of taxes, but I wasn't expecting a nuanced discussion from a book with a late night TV infomercial title.
There's good stuff in this book that should get you thinking more like a winner, but I've gotten better advice from a writer like Steve Siebold—same topic, but he's more focused on world class thinking vs rich man thinking.
I am over 50 years old and what an eye opener. So much information in this book. I wish my parents would have talked to me about money and finances but it's never too late. I have much more to learn but this has been a solid base.
I have already changed some of my spending habits. I always thought of myself as a smart investor because I have more saved and invested than anyone else my age, but this book penned my eyes to where I am missing out.