This book by Robert Kiyosaki was very informative and such an eye opener. It made me think about my financial education or lack there of. It was my son, a high school senior that told me to read it. He said "dad I don't want to physically work has hard as you". This read has given me the opportunity and the wisdom to break the cycle of financial doom. Utilizing the audible app was very convenient and kept me on track. Thank you, son and Mr. Kiyosaki.
Too general, just doesn't any actual information on financial things. Get books that actually will help you finicially that have specific tips for investors, buisness owners and alike. Stay away from this and Tony Robbins guru malarky, its false empty wisdom
A couple pieces of common sense wrapped in Republican Dogma. Kiyosaki clearly hated his father who was a college professor, union member, and democrat. Waste of time.
The idea that you can be smart with your money going in the opposite direction of the normal life options that the market gives to the finance not educated person.
The fact that two individuals with their on level of knowledge could be so different from each other. The Rich Dad is driven by his entrepreneur mind and abilities. The Poor Dad is driven by education as a gift of life.
I am already working on educating myself on smart ways to be proficient on personal finance.
I loved the book. It is indeed very inspiring and educational in some aspects. But it's important to remember that everyone is different and what drives you to success maybe is not what drives me to success. I believe that Kyosaki is correct in getting the best of both dads, which is educate yourself with the necessary things to achieve success on your financial goals.
I think most of the ideas are great, and the comparison of the rich/poor dad are noted well. Though this book explains the 'whats' and 'whys', it does not greatly explain the 'hows'. But it's a great start to putting the bug in your ear.
Loved all of the incite and stories to help open my mind to the possibilities not yet investigated. Thank you for sharing your wisdom. This was a very well narrated audio book.
I would recommend the first hour to my friends. It has some encouraging stories and information. However, everything after the first few hours tells you to blame your financial woes on the government. A rather petty way to think about life. It transitions from such an optimistic and self reliant tone, to blaming someone else for your problems. Kiyosaki approaches long term finance from the wrong perspective.