Why do the rich get richer even in a financial crisis? In his new book, the best-selling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad confirms his message and challenges listeners to change their context and act in a new way. Robert Kiyosaki here takes a new and hard-hitting look at the factors that impact people from all walks of life as they struggle to cope with change and challenges that impact their financial world.
In An Unfair Advantage: The Power of Financial Education, Robert underscores his messages and challenges listeners to change their context and act in a new way. Listeners are advised to stop blindly accepting that they are "disadvantaged" people with limited options and challenge the preconception that they will struggle financially all of their lives.
Robert's fresh approach to his time-tested messages includes clear, actionable steps that any individual or family can take, starting with education. Education becomes applied knowledge, a powerful tactic with measurable results. In true "Rich Dad" style, listeners will be challenged to understand two points of view, and experience how financial knowledge is their unfair advantage.
©2012 Robert T. Kiyosaki (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Given it substance. I often felt like I accidentally hit the rewind button because he repeated himself so much! It just didn't have anything viable to say.
Don't waste your money. There are plenty of books that actually provide usable information.
I love AUDIBLE! I never get mad at traffic jams and can listen to many different books, despite of my short time.
Message 1- READ ALL OF MY BOOKS.
Message 2- I am rich
Message 3- The world is broke.
Message 4- Read all of my books.
Message 5- I am rich...
I am not happy at a with this book.
It is almost an exact repetition of "cash flow" book and the other book "increase your financial Iq"
I barely heard new knowledge in this book which does not exist in the other two books.
Also it seems Robert went too far in advertising indirectly for his educational seminar which too much repetition and insistence on his educational seminar affect the credibility of the message because it is his own seminar and his own company. I would rather prefer to produce one NEW & excellent book rather than repeating his own previous books and make every new book a platform for advertisement for his seminar and game. Robert is a great thinker and educator but I do not understand why he follows these cheap sales strategies.
There is so much common sense in this audio. I wish I had listened to it 20 years ago. Still never to late...
I recommend this audio - it is easy to listen to and very practical. Definitely worth the cost.
Most of the advice in this book is not geared towards the regular working employees with traditional savings/investment/retirement plans. It is not feasible for everyone to pull money out of traditional investments and start buying up hotels, gold mines, and oil drilling companies, like the author did. I was looking for some more practical advice areas where a majority of people have their investments: paper assets. The author did have a few good explanations around money flow and the sub-prime mortgage crisis. I would not recommend this book for the average investor who invests in mainly paper assets.
I really enjoy anything written by Robert. This book was a bit more repetitive than most of his. But ask yourself, is that a bad thing? The book does a great job drilling in important concepts, ideas, and lifestyle changes. If you haven't tried a 'rich dad book'. Just get it. You'll prob wind up getting a few more so get some extra credits handy
It has some useful information, but author keep telling the same thing from beginning to end. Not satisfied with the way the author sell his book. Instead of teach author was 100% concentrating on selling his book. The intention of writing the book is purely for money. Lack of integrity.
This book could be 20 page. Most of the stuff he was already covered on his other books.
Please go right to the point.
The most important tips in this book were about what it takes to find investment property and continuing one's financial education. The rest was a blatant republican party endorsement from an ultra arrogant assclown. What was particularly laughable was that I'm supposed to believe that Robert Kiyosaki and Donald Trump want me to be rich. The author keeps referencing the other book he wrote with "The Donald." Donald Trump needs to have a coherent thought, STFU with the ignorant comments, and continue milking his current scams until he goes bust and files for bankruptcy again. How many times has he filed for bankruptcy? I could be a billionare too if I didn't have to payback the money that I lost. If these guys really cared about balancing the national budget, they would be endorsing Libertarian candidates like Gary Johnson who embody what the Republican party used to be. The new Republican party represents the worst of corruption, and the lunatic fringe. I lost almost all respect for Robert K. after this book.
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