The book explains the essential to develop the hunger for more financial knowledge.
Great reader and excellent pauses and reading pace. Would take me longer time reading the book.
The importance of knowing the difference between assets and liabilities.
Overall excellent audiobook, recommended anytime.
This book is tops on my list of must reads or listens.
Motivated me to learn more.
This book does not contain so much of what I would call actionable information, but some very eye-opening concepts about how money "works", how it _doesn't_ work, and where the real action is in the world economy. I think I've been gradually finding my way to this kind of thinking on my own through trial-and-error, but it was a breath of fresh air to get at least one major piece of the puzzle handed to me in such a painless way.
Thanks, Robert, for being everyone's "rich dad".
Nice tonal quality; good use of vocal inflection and phrasing to enhance the meaning of the content. I concur with the observation others have made about the loud breaths he took through out the narration. I listened to "Unfair Advantage", which he also narrated, and he definitely did "get" the feedback about his breathing; that narration performance was much better.
It was an "Aha!" moment.
Absolutely amazing book. Changed my perspective about money . Robert's easy going and story telling approach is enjoyable yet insightful. Also enjoyed Tim Wheeler's narration. A must read for anyone and everyone who wants to get financial freedom and live the life they desire !
I love psychology, brain science, marketing, business start up books and some fiction.
Great advice mixed with some unpractical tips, good narration weakened by dull examples. Could have been much better
No frame of reference.
Yes. Good performance.
Not yet. It started too... Right from the beginning, I could see patterns in my own life that were causing my problems. But change requires more than listening to a book.
Nope. If I every go back to finish it, I may change my mind.
The underlying message is that one who doesn't want to follow the "greed" methods to get rich is somehow less worthy than those who do.
Not especially, the reading was rather wooden.
The very first story of the author making money at nine years old made me VERY angry. Although probably not illegal due to the "letter" of the agreement, it was certainly immoral in my opinion. That the author thought that this was OK without a second thought really gives an insight into the values of someone who values money above most decency. That really tainted the opinion on the rest of the data the author presented. He also unabashedly trumpets how the rich influence the tax laws and get wealthier because of such influence. That the author doesn't ponder for a minute whether or not this fair also says a lot about his moral turptitude..
Well the narrator was very good and well timed
The layout of the content
He has a great voice and not too much of an accent
all of it!
Simple. Logical. Different.
Richest Man in Babylon. Similar ideas but updated for the modern world.
Save 10%. Make your money work for you to make more money.
Yes, because It have great concepts to be remember and activate
The boy Robert because he explains his learnings through live