Easy to understand and very applicable to life. you really learn the basics to becoming wealthy. I'm excited to keep moving forward and use this information. very helpful! thank you Robert for sharing this with the rest of the world who don't have this type of education!
I have an economics degree and was expecting some legitimate financial content. There was very little. Essentially: "save money, avoid debt, flip and rent out real estate." Most of the book is telling you to think and feel a certain way to magically grow rich by developing "financial intelligence." Instead of developing financial intelligence, I just sat through someone telling me to develop financial intelligence... over and over again.
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.