Inspiring, refreshing and true.
Rich Dad, duh!
Warm, clear and constant.
Invest in assets.
Tim could have used a drink or two more, you could hear him drying out. Overall a great listen. I couldn't put it away!
Yes, I love the narration.
When the kid is trying to compare his dads perception.
Never read the print version
he by himself
A lot of laugh
Very interesting approach, a game changer for my ideas of finances
A referral that you have to listen and listen again. Good for everybody. Best buy for real estate businessman. Everything is about the difference between assets and liability. Good investment anyway.
Other examples than real estate.
The difference between asset and liability.
A must have.
Enjoy camping, listening to audio books, cooking and learning something new everyday.
Several times, it is very informative.
How much information a young person can learn.
The lession they learned working at the store, starting at 10 cents an hour, then for nothing.
You can actually enjoy making money.
The story telling aspect add a lot
Good read, a great way to break old thinking and enter a new mindset
The breakdown of Rich dad vs poor dad was the most broken down concept anyone has put together that made sense to an average working class american. This obviously wasn't something i learned at an early age. I wish i would have had this knowledge before I attended college.
the idea of 'minding your business'...
i learned the difference of rich dad vs poor dad..i learned that its nothing im doing wrong daily, its everything wrong with not having the understanding of financial intelligence. Since I have a different perspective, I too plan to implement this and instill this in my children's lives so that they wont live a big part of their life going through what I did financially.
simple to understand, great concepts... recommended especially if you are thinking real estate, great tips
The performance is poor but there are little gems in the content that are useful, it did change the way I thought about investments
Maybe if it was read by someone else!
er, no, I think that's obvious.
Times have changed and the economic environment is quite different to when this was written however
I think with all these kind of self help books you take what you need. There are gems in this, and those made it all worthwhile.
Kiyosaki listened to both dads, thought about the advice, and made his decision. I thought going into the book that it would be a presentation of the two different perspectives. Instead it was the bashing of one and exalting of the other. Not that I disagree with rich dad or agree with poor dad, but I would have appreciated the book more if it would have presented the ideas in a more non-biased format, and shown the results of the two types of advice.
Good points are made, I just wish they'd have been presented differently.